The Mennonite Church is not a liturgical church. However, we practice adult baptism, rather than infant baptism, and we celebrate the Lord’s Supper. Another ritual many Mennonites participate in is “footwashing.” This takes place about once or twice a year but not all Mennonite groups observe it. We observe footwashing because we believe that Jesus calls us to serve one another in love as he did. Footwashing becomes a symbolic act of service to one another.

See the entry on footwashing.