Kauffman Museum is OPEN to the public.


The Magic of Things: 5 continents, 25 centuries, 125 years of collecting, the special exhibition celebrating the depth and breadth of what is now Kauffman Museum, has been extended through October 9, 2022.

Read the press release, see the exhibit in person at Kauffman Museum during Bethel College’s 2022 Fall Festival, and learn more below:

Upcoming Events

Faspa: Mennonite Charcuterie

Faspa: Mennonite Charcuterie

Our Spring Celebration! Celebrate the coming of spring with a take-away Faspa meal. Mennonite communities have been sharing faspa, a light evening meal of bread, meat, jam, and cheese, for centuries. Here's your chance to share in that tradition! Register for a meal...

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Visit Kauffman Museum virtually! Watch, Listen and Learn through videos, podcasts and exhibit interactives.

“Collecting for College and Community: Past, Present and Future” with David Kreider

May 22, 2022

“Drums or Organ: Contesting Musical Styles in African Christianity” by John Janzen

April 3, 2022

“Ritual Markers of Life and Death in Uganda and Taiwan” by Reinhild Janzen

March 6, 2022

“William Allen White: A Kansas Wonder” by Bev Buller

January 29, 2022


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