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MennoMedia releases first catalogue


Mennonite Church Canada/MennoMedia joint release
February 3, 2012
-Cynthia Linscheid

WATERLOO, Ont. and HARRISONBURG, Va.— The first catalogue representing the newly branded MennoMedia arrived in homes and churches in January. Copies will also appear in upcoming mailings to church educators and pastors.

The annual catalogue of MennoMedia, a ministry of Mennonite Church Canada and Mennonite Church USA, lists products for three imprints:

  • Herald Press—Books, e-books, and CDs.
  • Faith & Life Resources—Curriculum, periodicals, hymnals, and church supplies
  • Third Way Media—Videos, CDs, web downloads, and other materials

“We’re pleased to now have a catalogue that includes all our resources,” says Russ Eanes, executive director of MennoMedia. “We know some people are familiar with us through our three imprints but may not know about other resources we offer, and we hope this new catalogue will help them find a broader variety of our materials.”

Each imprint offers a variety of new titles this year. For example, Faith & Life Resources has a new Bible study and devotional series for adults called With the Word, and a 2012 vacation Bible school curriculum, Take Me to the Water: God’s Love Flows. Third Way Media recently produced a documentary, Waging Peace: Muslim and Christian Alternatives. New Herald Press books include Go to Church, Change the World and Dive: Devotions for Deeper Living.  

“Printed catalos are a helpful reference for pastors, church staff, educators, and others within the Mennonite church who want to stay abreast of the most current Anabaptist/Mennonite resources available,” says Steve Shenk, director of marketing and sales for MennoMedia. “We also encourage people to use our website,, for updates as new information becomes available.”

In addition to Mennonite congregations and contacts, the MennoMedia catalogue was sent to retailers, other churches, publishers and distributors, and individuals. Copies can be requested at

MennoMedia is a ministry of Mennonite Church Canada and Mennonite Church USA.