Church of the Brethren congregations offer online worship services

A note about “Zoombombing” In recent days, some public Zoom meetings have been hacked by people intending mischief and disruptions. This is called “Zoombombing” and in light of it, direct links to Zoom worship services will no longer be listed on this page. You are invited to contact the church directly for information about how to connect […]

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Brethren bits for May 30, 2020

In this issue: Ecumenical statements on the killing of George Floyd and a statement from Central Church of the Brethren in Roanoke, Va.; Annual Conference Moderator’s Town Hall on “Faith, Science, and COVID-19″; first-ever virtual graduation at McPherson College; and more. […]

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Newsline for May 30, 2020

“My soul melts away for sorrow” (Psalm 119:28a). NEWS 1) National Day of Mourning and Lament on Monday, June 1, is a joint effort of faith leaders and mayors2) Workcamp Ministry will offer seven weeks of virtual workcamps3) Global Food Initiative grants support community gardens, agriculture in Haiti and Ecuador4) Financial support is encouraged for […]

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Workcamp Ministry will offer seven weeks of virtual workcamps

By Hannah Shultz The Workcamp office is excited to announce that we will be holding seven weeks of virtual workcamps this summer! Virtual workcamps will be held from 4-5 p.m. (Eastern time) every Monday from June 22 to Aug. 3. Each week will focus on one of the daily themes from our workcamp devotional book. […]

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Newsline for May 22, 2020

“Jesus said to them, ‘I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty’” (John 6:35). NEWS 1) Continued engagement around the compelling vision is planned2) Brethren Academy celebrates students who have completed their ministry training3) Brethren Disaster Ministries shares updates on […]

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Brethren bits for May 22, 2020

— Brethren Disaster Ministries has shared an update on the Michigan flooding. Dan Rossman, director of Pastoral and Congregational Support for the Michigan District executive team, informed staff yesterday that none of the Brethren church buildings (Midland Church of the Brethren, the Church in Drive, and Zion Church of the Brethren) were affected by the flooding in […]

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Intercultural Ministries conversation with Mungi Ngomane is a success

By LaDonna Sanders Nkosi Recently, Intercultural Ministries hosted #ConversationsTogether with Mungi Ngomane, author of “Everyday Ubuntu: Living Better Together the African Way.” The online event was a success, wtih 46 participants from churches and districts across the US sharing in conversation. Ngomane is the grand-daughter of Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. She […]

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