Mennonite Health Assembly

“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened,”
Matthew 7:7-8

Registration Now Open

NAB CEUs Now Available!

Mennonite Health Assembly has been gathering the leadership of Anabaptist health and human service ministries since 1952. We look forward to you being a part of this tradition of meeting to build stronger ministries together.

The theme this year is Opening Doors. The rapidly changing business environment is dictating that MHS organizations seek opportunities to open doors to new innovations, partnerships, and ideas. Our faith invites us to consider how we are opening the door to God within the work of our organizations and within ourselves.

At Mennonite Health Assembly you can expect to experience a dynamic conference setting where you’ll have opportunities to learn, be inspired, and connect with fellow MHS leaders.

Learn. Be Inspired. Connect.

Learn: Educational workshops will provide faith-grounded leadership, workforce development, and governance strategies to move your mission forward.

Be Inspired: Keynote presentations will unite your faith and work and energize you for the work of your vocation.

Connect: Networking opportunities will offer space to meet, learn from, and collaborate with your MHS peers and business partners.

What People Say About Mennonite Health Assembly:

“I learned so much that I can start to use right away.”

“I enjoyed the entirety of the conference. Plenty of networking time and time to feel like a community. There was something for everyone.”

“It was an amazing experience to me; no one was trying to impress anyone else. There was genuine caring and compassion with each other.”

Who Should Attend?

  • Organization Leadership
  • Board Members
  • Emerging Leaders

Scholarships Available

In order to make Mennonite Health Assembly as safe as possible, we will require all who attend to be up-to-date with Covid-19 vaccinations or have an approved exemption as well as to follow local safety measures.