The last stop on the Brethren Heritage Tour Thursday evening was the Menno-Hof Amish-Mennonite Vistor’s Center in Shipshewana, Ind. There, tour participants had a chance to look at the history of the Anabaptist movement and learn about the price paid by our religious forefathers for practing believer’s baptism.
The tour, sponsored by BMH, was guided by Grace Brethren historian Dr. David Plaster and also featured a stop at Arnold’s Grove near New Paris, Ind. where the separation of 1882 took place and a buffet dinner at Camp Mack near Milford, Ind. where Dr. Plaster explained the historical murals in the camp’s auditorium.