Question: Do Mennonites have many wives?

Mennonites are not polygamous (or polyamorous), though different Mennonite denominations have different views on divorce and remarriage. But when a Mennonite man or woman is married, theyre only married to that one person.

Are Mennonites celibate?

The Mennonite church has no formal celibate religious order, but recognizes the legitimacy of both the single state and the sanctity of marriage of its members. Single persons are expected to be chaste, and marriage is held to be a lifelong, monogamous, faithful covenant between a man and a woman.

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