Allegheny Mennonite Conference is the regional conference that PMC belongs to, made up of churches from West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. Delegates meet for sessions several times a year to discuss the conferences shared work. PMC financially supports Allegheny Mennonite Conference.
CPT works in areas of war and occupation to transform communities through nonviolent action. PMCer Jennifer Yoder is the Communications and Engagement Director at CPT. PMC financially supports CPT.
Laurelville is not only the site site of our annual church retreat, but is also a local/regional center for spiritual growth and hospitality. PMC financially supports Laurelville.
Mennonite Central Committee provides emergency relief and works to build peace and justice around the world. Several PMCers have experience working in international assignments through MCC. PMCers have donated supplies for relief kits (such as school kits and hygiene kits). PMC also financially supports MCC.
PMC is a member of the national Mennonite denomination, Mennonite Church USA.
PULSE is a program for university graduates to partner with nonprofits in Pittsburgh and live in community with other participants. PULSE was founded by PMCer John Stahl-Wert. PMC continues to have a close relationship with PULSE staff and participants, even though no formal relationship exists between the organizations. Many PMCers are PULSE alumni and many PULSE participants are active at PMC. PMC financially supports PULSE.
Several Pittsburgh physicians — including a few PMCers — formed a relationship with a local health committee in San Jose, Honduras in 2001; this relationship has continued to develop and the program works with a Community oriented primary care lens to work equitably with medical practitioners and the community. PMCers are active in leading medical delegations with medical students to Honduras. PMC financially supports Shoulder to Shoulder.
TMC is a hub of peace activities in the Pittsburgh area, and many of their activities are publicized through PMC’s channels and attended by PMCers. Several PMCers are active volunteers at the Thomas Merton Center. PMC financially supports TMC.