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Lustre MB Church is a family friendly church. We have Sunday School ministry for all ages. We have a nursery ministry for mom and dad so that they too can attend Bible study classes. We have youth sponsors that work with our teen-agers and we participate in a community wide Awana program Cubbies, Sparks, T&T and TREK. We are also heavily involved in summer camp ministry at Beacon Bible Camp located 20 miles south of our location.
Lustre MB Church members seek new and fresh ways to serve the pressing needs of today's people of faith. Though we are located in rural Montana we have people traveling all over the world each year to share the love of Jesus by both word and action! Some of the countries we have been to are: Israel, Austrailia, Haiti, Kenya, Philippines, Panama, India, Afghanistan, Bolivia, Peru, Romania, England, South Africa, Croatia, Japan, and many others!

Church History

Lustre Mennonite Brethren Church was established to meet the needs of Mennonite homesteaders who came to America in th early 1900's fleeing persecution in Russia and Ukraine. Though we are rural at heart, our church has found itself on the front lines of cross-cultural ministry as we witness the Gospel to people from all over the world. On any given Sunday you might run into someone who speaks Korean, Chinese, South Afrikaan, Ethiopian, Spanish or Russian. Since Jesus died for all men, it is our privaledge to share the Gospel to all people, by all means, in all places. Lustre MB is a member of Mennonite Brethren USA and also an active member in the MB Central District Conference. As a member of the Mennonite Brethren denomination, our church seeks to be a place of warm welcome and fellowship for all people interested in learning more about God, the Bible, and the Truth claims of the Christian Faith.

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Denominational Affiliation:

Lustre MB Church is a member of the United States Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches (USMB). We are also an active member of the Central Disctrict Conference of MB Churches which comprises fellowships from Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota and Montana.

For those interested in statistics: Mennonite Brethren congregations are in more than 20 countries representing well over 300,000 believers. The largest conferences are the Conference of the Mennonite Brethren Church of India, with 103,488 members in 840 congregations, and the Communauté des Eglises de Frères Mennonites au Congo, with 85,648 members in 629 congregations. There are 225 congregations with 34,864 members in Canada, 188 congregations with 26,219 members in the United States, and 28 congregations with 1872 members in Japan. Some of the churches of the Bund Taufgesinnter Gemeinden in Germany are Mennonite Brethren (about 12 congregations). There are also 45 independent Mennonite Brethren congregations in Germany with 13,250 members.

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