In the past we’ve had a few quizzes based on Mennonites from various geographic regions from Latin America to the Pembina Valley. This time, we’re quizzing you on what you know about the Mennonite church in Africa. Think you know it all? Well, we’ll see.
As of 2015, which country in Africa has the most Mennonites?
During World War II, the Mennonite Central Committee furnished refugee camps in which African country?
In 2015, 'The Mennonite' published a recipe for what traditional West African dish?
There are more Mennonites in Ethiopia than in which of the following countries?
The 2003 World Mennonite Conference was held in what city?
What is the name of the Mennonite college in Debre Zeyi, Ethiopia?
This flag belongs to which country, which boasts the fourth largest Mennonite population in the world?
In 1973, ____________ became the leader of the World Mennonite Conference.
The documentary 'Seven Points on Earth' explores the lives of Mennonite farmers around the world including Siberia, Boliva, the Netherlands and _________________.
There are over 2 million Mennonites worldwide. How many of them live in Africa?
The Anabaptist presence in Africa began with missionary work in what decade?
This Nigeria-based satire website invited Mennonite satirist Andrew Unger to speak (virtually) at World Satire Day in November 2020.
Which country has the largest population of French-speaking Mennonites in the world?
After decades in hiding, members of Ethiopia's Meserete Kristos Church, the largest Anabaptist denomination in the world, gathered publicly for the first time in what year?
What is the name of the small Hutterite colony located in Nigeria?
(photo credit ምቅ37382/CC/Wikipedia – Picture of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)