Mission to Amish People is a site dedicated to sharing information about ministries, services, testimonies, and opportunities to Amish and non-Amish (English) communities alike. There is a threefold purpose of Mission to Amish People. read more...

Mission to Amish People

Who Are We

Who Is Mission to Amish People?

Mission to Amish People is a Christian ministry to the Amish people as well as those have left the culture. We disciple, evangelize, and assist those people in a variety of ways through our three-fold purpose:

1. Evangelize and Disciple Amish and Former Amish People:

This is being accomplished through personal witness, home Bible studies, home prayer meetings, the Bible Club, The Amish Voice, and the Audio Ministry. MAP also offers counseling and protection to those who are victims of sexual, mental, and physical abuse.

2. Assist older teenagers and young adults who have already left the Amish culture by providing basic Life Skills such as:

        • Communicating with English as a second language
        • Driving lessons for obtaining a vehicle operator's license
        • Learning new cultural norms, expectations and social practices
        • Applying for a Social Security card, completing employment applications
        • Studying for high school GED testing, considering higher educational levels
        • Preparing for job interviews, finding a residence, acquiring home furnishings
        • Opening bank accounts and understanding practical financial management practices

3. Expand MAP all over North America

Since the establishment of MAP in February of 2000, the founders have traveled throughout the United States, presenting the ministry to local churches. The goal of MAP is to pass the burden on to others so that they, too, can help reach Amish people throughout the US and Canada.

For a more complete summary of the various ministries of MAP, please click HERE

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Testimonies

Straight From Their Own Experiences

 Every person is filled to the brim with stories and experiences that make them who they are. When people in the Amish leave their families, culture, and faith, they may have left with hearts broken, or an unsure future, newfound faith, a feeling of loss, or in some cases... nowhere to go. Here, we have gathered many different people's stories of how they may have grown up, how they left and what happened afterward:

Missionaries to Amish

  • Joe and Esther Keim
  • Samuel and Polly Girod
  • Velda Miller
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Recent Amish In The News

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  • Earliest known Amish hymnal coming to Holmes County BERLIN, OH - One of the great treasures of Amish heritage will be on display next week at the Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center. read more
  • BARN BLAZE: Amish barn destroyed in fire On Saturday at around 5:24 p.m., fire crews were dispatched to 7211 Walker Road in Dewittville for an Amish barn fire. It is believed that no livestock was killed in the fire. Responding agencies included: Brocton Fire Department, Cassadaga Fire Department, Dewittville Fire Department, Ellery Center Fire Department, Hartfield Fire Department, Stockton Fire Department, Emergency Services and NYS DEC Albany. read more

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