We are urban. We are Southern. We are diverse.
Open Door was intentionally founded as a diverse, multi-cultural church at a time when race mixing was still under debate within the body of Christ. We welcome all as we are one in Christ.
As a Christian community following the way of Jesus and called to the work of peace and justice, we invite you to join us around God’s table. We affirm that people of any race, ethnic identity, gender, sexual orientation, ability, age, economic status, or life situation are welcome, valued, and invited to full participation in the life of the congregation.
Things like hospitality, faith, family, and community are deeply embedded in our DNA. We look forward to meeting you!
What should I wear?
We dress pretty casually at Open Door, but if dressing up is your thing, feel free!
When do you start?
We start our weekly worship service at 11:00 and are usually done by noon. The sermon is live-streamed every Sunday to our Facebook page.
What is a Mennonite? Are you guys Amish?
We aren’t Amish, but we are both parts of the same stream of Christianity called “Anabaptists”, a group that emerged during the Protestant Reformation in the 15th Century. We are similar to a lot of Protestant churches, with a few things that stand out, like believer’s baptism, the priesthood of all believers, and a commitment to nonviolence and peacemaking.
We are members of the Gulf-States Conference and the larger Mennonite Church USA
How do I get there?
Open Door Mennonite Church is located at:
1800 TV Rd
Jackson, MS 39204
You can get a map from Google here.