Mennonite Mandli

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Bihar Mennonite Mandli is one of nine Mennonite denominations in India.The Mission Network works in partnership with Bihar Mennonite Mandli by facilitating pastoral training and church building projects.Bihar Mennonite Mandli dates to an attempt by Mennonite missionaries in the 1950s to establish a church that would not be dominated by large institutional mission structures. The conference was officially established in 1948 and became self-sustaining with the departure of missionaries in the 1980s. In 1999, the state of Bihar was divided into two states, with the Mennonite center being in the new state of Jharkhand. The conference, which still retains the name Bihar Mennonite Mandli is very evangelistic-minded, and regularly plants new churches in the surrounding villages of the region.

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