In 2012, Mid-Atlantic Fellowship (MAF)—a conservative Mennonite group rooted in southeastern Pennsylvania—felt a need to document the history of the constituency before many of the charter members of the church passed on. The result is a handsome, full-color, hardcover volume of 145 pages of church, ministerial, and ministry program profiles, with full-color photos of church buildings, active and former ministry, and some snapshots of mission ministry activities. The book is broken into four sections: the history of the Mid-Atlantic Fellowship, profiles of each church (the congregation and its current and former ministers), MAF choruses, and MAF ministries. [First paragraph]
Anderson, Jennifer. 2016. "Review of Stauffer, Romaine. 2014. The History of Mid-Atlantic Mennonite Fellowship. Mid-Atlantic Mennonite Fellowship. Pp. 145." Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies 4(1):116-18.