'Rooted in the Anabaptist tradition, cultivating, Christian discipleship as a way of life.'

The Mennonite Trust supports a range of projects and organisations who share our values. Information on these may be found below.


Centre for Anabaptist Studies Library

books-rndMennonites in Britain have over the years collected many insightful and thought-provoking books and publications. These help to share the history and contemporary stories of the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition which shed light on the theologies and values which shape their distinctive approach to life and faith.

For more information about the resources on offer from our library, click here.


The Mennonite Trust has set up a small bursary fund to assist those wishing to study on the new MA course run by the Centre for Anabaptist Studies in Bristol.

Grants are available to offset some of the costs of individual modules or the full MA course. These modules can be studied in block weeks in Bristol or online.

Anyone interested in applying for bursary support should contact

Mission Housing

Kreider House in Birmingham was purchased by the Trust in 2013. The house serves as a home for outreach workers and a base for many of the Mennonite Trust’s and Anabaptist Network’s outreach activities.

In partnership with Urban Expression, The Mennonite Trust have also been able to provide some teams with subsidized housing in areas where rent would otherwise be unaffordable. At present, houses are situated in Harold Hill and Hackney, both in East London.

Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary

The Mennonite Trust has awarded funding towards the purchase of books written by Mennonites or from an Anabaptist perspective for inclusion in the seminary library located in Kiev. Along with the donation of books coming from the Mennonite Church Canada, this will provide students with valuable resources in their studies.