Here you will find resources to connect with Evangelical Friends Church-Mid America Yearly Meeting, which is the network of more than 60 local Evangelical Friends Churches located in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Nebraska and Colorado. The Ministry Center is located in Wichita, Kansas, and is a hub of resourcing for our churches in doing ministry better together…within our region and around the world!



Latest News From The Blog

Burundi Sister Church Opportunity Update #2

November 21, 2014, 4:22 pm
Hey, Pastors & Missions Leaders. The next set of official requests have come in from Burundi to the EFC-MAYM Missions Mobilizers for the new Burundi Church Program. See 2014 September Burundi Sister Church as finalized this summer. Please prayerfully consider whether your church or individuals might be willing to partner with this and/or other Burundi church building projects […]

Run for Missions 2014 100-Mile Fundraiser Run Report

November 21, 2014, 12:55 pm
The 7th annual Run for Missions 100-Mile Fundraiser Run had a successful finish and a crazy adventure along the way. The final finish time for the 100 mile run was 23 hours and 44 minutes. I left Haviland at 6am on Monday and arrived to the office in Wichita 16 minutes before 6am on Tuesday. […]

2014 Run for Missions Race Celebration Video

November 21, 2014, 12:28 pm
Run for Missions from Seth Binford on Vimeo.

Barclay College Approved as Candidate for Accreditation with HLC

November 21, 2014, 11:53 am
Greetings, friends!  Earlier this week I received a message from Royce Frazier, Barclay College President, notifying us that the college has been officially approved as a candidate for regional accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.  Please see Barclay College Press Release for a full report. During […]

The Journey: A Disciple Making Pathway, January 24

November 21, 2014, 11:44 am
At the National Church Multiplication Conference this August, Bob Adhikary challenged each U.S. Friends church to plant a new church for every 100 people. Dr. Williams and the Home Missions Board took that challenge seriously for our Yearly Meeting. The thing is, Jesus never started a local church or commanded anyone to start churches. What […]