Take a load off in the Welcome Center — complimentary coffee and WiFi, books and gift items for sale.
Books on Mennonite and local history and genealogy, and gift items such as pottery and textiles, are available for purchase. All proceeds directly support the education programs of the Mennonite Heritage Center. Admission to the Welcome Center is free. If you are an MHC Member you receive a 10% discount on purchases.
Mennonite Heritage Center Publications
Purchase and download a PDF copy of the book Paper, Quill and Ink: The Diaries of George Lukens, Towamencin Township Quaker, Farmer, Schoolmaster, Abolitionist; with A History of Towamencin Township by local historian Brian Hagey (second edition, 2019). George Lukens' diary is a personal account of the early years in ...Read More
A Mennonite Church in Norristown by Beverly Benner Miller (2015) "This is an engaging history of the first outreach initiative of the Franconia Conference of the Mennonite Church. Particularly memorable is the dedication of 'workers' moving from their rural homes to serve this urban church, and their deep affection for ...Read More
Branch: A Memoir in Pictures by John L. Ruth (2013) In small coffee-table style, each of the 210 two-page spreads opens to a mini-essay paired with a full-page picture. "Raises the bar for the writing of memoirs.... A literary delight, sparkling with metaphors, poetry, and history." --John E. Sharp, Professor ...Read More