The AMN is a charitable trust, a recent merger of the Anabaptist Network and the Mennonite Trust. Our aim is ‘to offer resources and perspectives from the Anabaptist tradition for reflection on Christian discipleship in a post-Christendom culture.’ We also have several projects: Peaceful Borders, which works with refugees and asylum seekers, Soulspace in Northern Ireland, and a new church planting initiative.

I recently became Chair, when Stuart Murray Williams stepped down. He will be a hard act to follow, but fortunately there is a great team of trustees, plus a very capable Office Manager. I’m looking forward to being more closely involved in all the work of the trust and taking it forward into the next season.

You can find out more about the Network here

Peaceful Borders: which is also involved in Project Pause, which aims to give displaced people a voice