Our Mission

Enhancing the Quality of Life of residents, staff and community at large within a framework of Mennonite values.

Founded in 1973, Mennonite Friendship Communities celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2013.  A brand refresh and name change in time for the celebratory events ties our future with our past.

We affirm the Mennonite values that birthed our organization.

We recommit ourselves to the friendship that characterizes the care and compassion we share among staff, residents, guests and families.

We eagerly commend to you the community of services that has developed on our campus as we have grown, and we value the community that we experience with our sponsoring churches, vendors and the Hutchinson/Reno County area.

Lying peacefully on a 120-acre tract in the Kansas plains on the edge of South Hutchinson, mfc was founded by a group of men from area Mennonite churches who believed there was need for a home that would care for aging members of the community. The support broadened and today mfc is governed by representatives from eight sponsoring churches that share a common Anabaptist history.

Over the 40 years the campus has grown to offer residents a full range of services:

Friendship Village & Friendship Place – retirement living with campus amenities and services

Friendship Court – spacious apartment living with assistance

Friendship Manor – warm, professional long term care and memory care

Friendship Rehabilitation & Recovery – a supportive family environment to fill the gap between hospital and home

Friendship House & Home – home health and attendant care services

Our Friendship is contagious in whatever way you meet us …

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