It’s an opportunity to share your personal experiences during a time that hasn’t been seen for about one hundred years.

Conrad Stoesz from, Mennonite Heritage Archives, was our guest Morning morning as we learned about the crowd-sourced Anabaptist History Today project. The project is led by Mennonite Church USA Archives and Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society.

This is the first large-scale, collaborative digital project of its kind in the Anabaptist community. In total there are sixteen North American Anabaptist archives and history organizations participating.



Conrad also spoke about Mennonite Heritage Archives role in the project.



And you can share your experiences and story with the Anabaptist History Today project by clicking here.