Boxes (2 Gray, 1 Large)
These records of the activities of
the Greencroft Chapter of Seniors for Peace were deposited into the
Florence B. Amstutz (Mrs. Clair Amstutz) and Evelyn Kreider in 1996. The files from the Seniors for Peace office
were deposited by J. B. Shenk in 1996.
Additional files from the Seniors for
Peace office were deposited by J.
B. Shenk in 2007 (Accession # 7309, 1 Box Large, January 7, 2008 /des).
Started in 1987, this Seniors for
Peace program is run by a Coordinating Committee out of the College Mennonite
Goshen, Indiana. Persons included (in 1987) were Atlee Beechy,
Carl and Evelyn Kreider, John
Pauline Fisher, and Roy and Ethel Umble.
It is sponsored by the Mennonite
Central Committee U.S. Peace
Section. Its office is located in the College
1900 South Main Street,
Its purpose is to encourage a ministry
reconciliation based on 2 Corinthians 5:18-20, "All this is from God,
through Christ reconciled us to Himself and gave us the ministry of
Workshops at Greencroft Senior Center,
Goshen, Indiana, 1989-90
at Greencroft Senior
Goshen, Indiana, 1991-94
Office, Files from Atlee Beechy
Washington Seminar, 1987-89
by J. B. Shenk, April 17, 2007
"Seniors for Peace,"
produced by Coordinating Committee, Atlee Beechy, Carl and Evelyn
Kreider, John and Pauline
Fisher, and Roy and Ethel Umble [no
date, ca. 1987].
3/2 "Seniors for
Peace," by Ethel
Umble, 1 page. [no date]
3/3 "Seniors for
Packet," July, 1987, distributed by Mennonite Central Committee U.S.
Section, Akron, Pennsylvania; MCC Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba; and
Inter-Mennonite Council of Aging, Elkhart, Indiana.
includes Video and cassette tapes
of files not listed]
and Subject Tracings
March 27, 2008 / Posted on web / des
7, 2008 update / September 26, 1996 / Dennis
"X-58 Seniors for Peace.doc"
Archives-Goshen, 1700 S. Main St.,
Inter-Mennonite Collections Listing