Rosedale Mennonite Missions (RMM) is the missions arm of Conservative Mennonite Conference. After CMC created a formal missions agency, the first workers went to Kentucky in 1946 and the first overseas missionaries to Germany in 1951. In the 60’s and 70’s, the focus shifted to Latin America where several church conferences were founded.

The current vision of RMM is to plant reproducing churches in parts of the world where few if any people have heard or responded to the gospel. Long-term workers currently serve in the Middle East, Spain, North Africa, and Thailand. The agency also develops “business as mission” projects through the Rosedale Business Group.

Short-term opportunities include REACH, a discipleship training and short-term missions program for young adults. After an intensive three-month discipleship training program, REACH teams go on a 6-9 month outreach to various locations, including Thailand, North Africa, the USA, Kenya, the Middle East, Spain, and more.

City Challenge is a short-term opportunity for youth groups featuring five days at the Rosedale International Center in Columbus, Ohio. The groups get spiritual input and solid teaching combined with urban outreach experience.

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