Missionaries to Amish

  • Joe and Esther Keim
  • Jonas and Mary Yoder Family
  • Samuel and Polly Girod

Mission to Amish People

Amish Awareness Conference

 

For more details, click HERE

 

 

New Beginnings Campaign

The Plan | The Good News | The Invitation

 

Help Us Reach the Goal

      

 

 

Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center and
Mission to Amish People have partnered to offer:

 

Anyone who did not earn a high school diploma
or GED® can take advantage of this
state program which offers you the
opportunity to earn your GED® at no cost.

Aspire (GED Program):  Click Here for more details

 

Do you need your high school diploma??
If you are 22 years or older,
we have a way for you to get
your high school diploma for free!

Adult Diploma Program:  Click Here for more details

 

Contact Adrea for more information: 419-289-3313 extension 2292 and tennanta@acwhcc.org

 

Beyond Measure Market

Projected opening date: February 21, 2018

Beyond Measure Market

 

About Beyond Measure Market:

Beyond Measure Market is a 6,000 sq. ft. bulk food store, an extended ministry of Mission to Amish People, and will be used to provide jobs and an income for single girls who have already left the Amish culture and need help getting on their feet.  Beyond Measure Market will also be used as a place for hands on training and to help pay for New Beginnings Homestead - also being built at this time. 

We look forward to seeing you at the Market when we open in February!  The location is 575 US-250, Greenwich, OH. 

To see recent pictures, click on Beyond Measure in progress.  You can also like our Facebook page.

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Recent Amish In The News

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  • Court: Electric Sewer Pump Does Not Infringe on Amish Couple's Religious Freedom SUGAR GROVE, PA - The Commonwealth Court has ruled that connecting an Amish couple’s property to a municipal sewer system using an electric pump does not violate the couple’s religious freedom.A split three-judge Commonwealth Court panel consisting of Judge Robert Simpson and Senior Judge Dan Pellegrini affirmed a Warren County trial court’s denial of the injunction requested by Joseph and Barbara Yoder. The Yoders asked the court to rule that they need not be required to connect to the sewer authority system through electric means. Judge Patricia A. McCullough filed a dissent. read more
  • Amish faith lost when beliefs and government clashed PENNSYLVANIA - The case Yoder v. Sugar Grove Area Sewer Authority was heard in a Pennsylvania state appellate court, concluding a five-year legal battle when a 2-1 court decision ruled the Old Order Amish couple has to connect to a sewer system using electric equipment.The family can appeal to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court but that does not guarantee its appeal will move forward."Americans should be free to follow their religious beliefs and this should be no less true for those like the Amish with unusual beliefs," responds Chief Counsel Randall Wenger of the Pennsylvania-based Independence Law Center. read more

Upcoming Events

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  • Jan 16 Prayer Meeting
    Every Tuesday night we gather at our house to pray, which is something we have done every week for 15 years. We fight for lost and back-slid souls. We fight for the Amish and former Amish. We fight for the ministry, donors, staff and volunteers.
  • Jan 23 Prayer Meeting
    Every Tuesday night we gather at our house to pray, which is something we have done every week for 15 years. We fight for lost and back-slid souls. We fight for the Amish and former Amish. We fight for the ministry, donors, staff and volunteers.
  • Jan 30 Prayer Meeting
    Every Tuesday night we gather at our house to pray, which is something we have done every week for 15 years. We fight for lost and back-slid souls. We fight for the Amish and former Amish. We fight for the ministry, donors, staff and volunteers.