January 29, 2013

A Mennonite Missionary to Methodists

Tim Huber, Mennonite World Review

Mennonite pastor Bruce Bradshaw goes to church on Sunday morning, puts on his priestly robes, climbs into the pulpit to preach and serves communion to those who kneel at the altar rail.

Later, in the evening, he drives 40 miles southeast to lead worship at Mennonite Congregation of Boston. It’s a half-time position, just like his other ministry at Arlington Street United Methodist Church in Nashua, N.H.

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