This category is for websites that explore and/or examine the Hutterian faith. The Hutterian faith is where a group of people give up their individual lives and live together in a society of their peers both spiritually as well as work together to earn their living. Most Hutterite colonies are in North America but there are some all over the world, including one in Japan.
A visitor to a Hutterian Brethren settlement in the United Kingdom describes the community and gives some history of the sect.
A BBC film crew was allowed to observe a Hutterite community in Maple Grove, at close quarters for four months. The BBC’s website comments.
Source of Anabaptist Hutterite Literature, including a large selection of German language teaching and reading materials.
Online Directory of Hutterite Colony and business contacts.
History and practices of the Hutterite people.
Showing what life is like in a typical hutterian community school.
A comprehensive site with resources on hutterian culture, way of life, and religion.
Located near Elm Creek in Manitoba, Canada. FAQ, code of conduct, newsletter (PDF), and school calendar.
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