The Swiss Mennonite Cultural & Historical Association

Up Coming Events & Announcements

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Annual SMCHA Banquet – Speaker Patricia Goering Smith from Seattle, WA, talking about her recent book, “Revolution Revisited” and her research about the falling of the Berlin Wall.

6:00 pm at the Wellness Center on Pine Village campus, Moundridge KS. Watch for the specifics.

Explore our new website posts. Download historical books. Read history pages. Enjoy the search.


About Us

Centennial Memorial

The Swiss Mennonite Cultural and Historical Association (SMCHA) is a nonprofit organization comprising descendants of immigrant Mennonites who came to the USA in the 1870s from what is now the Ukraine. Their ancestors originated in Switzerland passing through many countries in Europe including France, Germany, Austria and Poland on their way to the Ukraine.

Major purposes of the SMCHA are to educate descendants of the Swiss Mennonites on the origin and culture of this group through various cultural events, research activities, maintenance of historic places, etc. There are several thousand of such descendants, many of them located in central Kansas, South Dakota, and other mid-western states.

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To support the goals of the Swiss Mennonite Cultural and Historical Association (SMCHA), become a member by sending a check for $20/one year or $100/six years to SMCHA, P.O. Box 93, Moundridge Kansas 67107. Communications of events and activities will be sent to you. You are invited to send in your ideas and participate as you are able. These Schweitzers have plans attending to our past and our future.