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         Church Of The Brethren:     more books (100)
  1. A History of the Mennonite Brethren Church: Pilgrims and Pioneers by John A. Toews, 1975-06
  2. The History of the Evangelical United Brethren Church by J. Bruce Behney, Paul H. Eller, 1979-12
  3. Brethren Society: The Cultural Transformation of a Peculiar People (Center Books in Anabaptist Studies) by Carl Desportes Bowman, 1995-03-01
  4. European Origins of the Brethren: A Source Book on the Beginnings of the Church of the Brethren in the Early Eighteenth Century by Donald F. Durnbaugh, 1958-06-01
  5. The Old German Baptist Brethren: Faith, Farming, and Change in the Virginia Blue Ridge by Charles D. Thompson Jr., 2006-06-19
  6. Restoring the Household - The Quest of the Grace Brethren Church by Todd Scoles, 2008-07-21
  7. A History of the Church of the Brethren, Northeastern Ohio: T. S. Moherman, S. R. Garver, a. W. Harrold [ 1914 ] by T. S. Moherman, 2009-08-10
  8. Two Centuries of the Church of Brethren in Western Pennsylvania 1751-1950
  9. History of the Church of the Brethren of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  10. Studies in Brethren history by Floyd E Mallott, 1980
  11. Two Centuries of the Church of the Brethren, Or, the Beginning of the Brotherhood: Bicentennial Addresses at the Annual Conference, Held at Des Moines, Iowa, June 3-11, 1908 by Anonymous, 2010-02-23
  12. The Call of China and the Islands; Report of the Foreign Deputation, 1911-1912, for Every Member of the United Brethren Church by Church of the United Brethren Society, 2010-01-04
  13. Call the witnesses: perspectives on evangelism in the Church of the Brethren by Paul M Robinson, 1974
  14. Portrait of a People: The Church of the Brethren at 300 by Carl Desportes Bowman, 2008-05-21

1. -- The Official Homepage Of The Church Of The Brethren
Official homepage of the church of the brethren. Christian denominationfounded at Schwarzenau, Germany, in 1708 and now has more
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2. Brethren History & Genealogy
on family history, exhaustive compilation of anabaptism and German pietism whichhas resulted in the growth of the church of the brethren, Brethren in Christ
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Brethren Encyclopedia
is a three-volume, 2,126 page encyclopedia of Brethren life, belief, practice, and history with index, compiled in 1983-1984. This comprehensive work of reference with more than 230 articles on family history, exhaustive compilation of anabaptism and German pietism which has resulted in the growth of the Church of the Brethren, Brethren in Christ, and Mennonites. There are extensive listings, indexes, biographies, illustrations, and even brief histories of local churches. It contains the most up-to-date information ever assembled on all of the Brethren bodies and many illustrations never before published. An additional fourth volume will soon be available. Price ($130-140).
Purchase through one of the following: Brethren Encyclopedia, Inc.
313 Fairview Avenue
Ambler, PA 19002
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(non-genealogical questions!) Masthof Bookstore
Route 1, Box 20
Morgantown, PA 19543

Brethren Groups
is a document that will acquaint you with a historical, non-theological outline of the several denominations using the word Brethren in their label, and hopefully give you an overview of how we all fit together. One common denominator which usually holds true for most Brethren groups is that each progenitive body originated in central Europe under the influence of Anabaptism or Pietism, during the Fifteenth to Eighteenth centuries. There are so many Christian denominations and sub-groups using the term Brethren, that questions frequently arise over their relationship with each other.

3. Church Of The Brethren Network
We are a membership driven, unofficial web site of the church of the brethren, aProtestant denomination with churches in most states and a few other countries
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4. Basic Beliefs Within The Church Of The Brethren
Basic Beliefs Within the church of the brethren. FOREWORD. A HANDBOOK OFBASIC BELIEFS. WITHIN THE church of the brethren. 1. THE SCRIPTURES.
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Basic Beliefs Within the Church of the Brethren
FOREWORD More than two centuries ago in Germany, a new fellowship of Christian believers was formed. The established churches had become rich, powerful, and corrupt. They no longer proclaimed the simple message of the New Testament. Alexander Mack and other Pietists set out to form a church as nearly like the First Century Church as possible, and they took the New Testament as their rule of faith and practice. The Church of the Brethren is the present name given to that new fellowship. Most of the Brethren migrated to America in the 1720s. In basic orientation and background, the Brethren are Anabaptist (reject infant baptism) and Pietist (emphasize holy living). Brethren have historically accepted the basic Christian doctrines along with practices sometimes neglected by major groups of Christians. These include a commitment to peace and reconciliation, an emphasis on simple living, an opposition to taking oaths, the maintenance of a strong and wholesome family life, service to neighbors, and the practice of outward symbols taught in the New Testament (such as feetwashing and the sisters' veiling). The Brethren have sometimes become careless in applying biblical mandates, and because of this, a loosely knit network of people have formed the Brethren Revival Fellowship, which is a renewal movement in the Church of the Brethren. Brethren Revival Fellowship distributes this

5. Modesto Church Of The Brethren
Modesto church of the brethren. 2301 Woodland Avenue, Modesto, California 95358 Come join us for worship and fellowship! Our Church. Our Worship
Modesto Church of the Brethren
2301 Woodland Avenue, Modesto, California 95358 fax (209) 523-1469 Come join us for worship and fellowship! Our Church Our Worship Our Links Sunday School ... Calendar Email the church
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6. York First Church Of The Brethren
Click here to enter. Welcome to the First church of the brethren 2710Kingston Road, York PA 17402 Click here to enter. Our Vision
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First Church of the Brethren

2710 Kingston Road, York PA 17402

Our Vision Statement
"To Love God, Share Christ, and Serve the World"

7. Lancaster Church Of The Brethren Welcomes You
Lancaster church of the brethren. 1601 All materials on this site arethe property of the Lancaster church of the brethren. Please
Lancaster Church of the Brethren 1601 Sunset Avenue, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601 - (717) 397-4751 a working, worshipping, learning Christian community, open and accepting without discrimination,
free from force and violation of personality.
News Items:
  • Soul Cafe Young Adult Coffeehouse - Saturday, May 29th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. Email for more details. Broadway style entertainment takes center stage as the L.C.O.B. Theatre Troupe presents "Let Him Sleep 'Till it's Time for His Funeral." The hilarious midlife crisis comedy will be performed at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 11 - 13 at 6 p.m. in the Family Life Center. The Sermons are coordinated with your personal bible study through the use of the Lectionary. Click here for the May texts.
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Lancaster Church
of the Brethren The church offers a variety of worship and education experiences. Each Sunday morning there are three services available in addition to an education program for children and adults:
  • 8:00 Informal Service held in the Chapel.

8. Home
About Our Church. Church Pictures. Pastor's Page brings together the traditions of two denominations, church of the brethren / Christian Church (Disciples of Christ
Speak Peace Pray for Peace About Our Church
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we are here to welcome you
and to continue the work of Jesus,
Peacefully, Simply and Together Lacey Community Church
brings together the traditions of two denominations,
Church of the Brethren Christian Church ( Disciples of Christ
4501 19th Ave. SE, Lacey, WA
Pastor Howard E. Ullery, Jr., Click here to learn more about us If you have comments, concerns, or questions, we would love to hear from you.
Telephone Postal address
4501 19th Ave SE Lacey, WA 98503
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Onekama church of the brethren 8266 Mill Street, PO Box 35 Onekama, MI. 49675,

10. Elkhart City Church Of The Brethren Web Site
Home page of the Elkhart (Indiana) City church of the brethren. Come visit us onthe Web. If you re in the area please visit us on Sunday morning at 900 am.
Rev David M. Bibbee,
About Pastor David

We worship at:
23818 County Road 10
Elkhart, IN 46514
Church Offices:
1716 Benham Avenue
Elkhart, IN 46516
Phone: 574-293-0886 Fax: 574-522-1461 E-Mail: Sunday Worship 9:00 a.m. Fellowship Time 10:15 a.m. Church School 10:45 a.m. Visitors welcome! All times are Eastern Standard Time year 'round Search Exact phrase All words (AND) Any word (OR) Search Sermon Archive TODAY - - ON OUR WEB SITE Elkhart City COB member, Helen Crussemeyer, died Sunday, May 30. Pastor David's sermon this week is "The Intercessor" Hear Pastor David's Sermon, "The Intercessor" using RealPlayer™. Approx. 22 minutes. The Children's Choir is providing a FREE CAR WASH to the congregation on June 27 after Sunday School. Join Elkhart City Church's new On-Line Community Bulletin Board to share information and to build Christian community.

11. Middlebury Church Of The Brethren
Welcome. We re happy to have you visit us here! Middlebury Churchof the Brethren. 507 W. Bristol Avenue Middlebury, IN 46540. Phone
About Us

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We're happy to have you visit us here!
Middlebury Church of the Brethren 507 W. Bristol Avenue Middlebury, IN 46540 Phone: (574) 825 - 2955 Fax: (574) 825-4835 E-mail: Pastor Dan's Web Page: Wednesday Night Fellowship or CHOW as it is commonly known (CHurch On Wednesday) Meals begin at 6:00 P.M. Service at 7:00 P.M. Bible studies, informative meetings, and other interesting items will complete the evenings. Please join us. You'll be glad you did. Contact the Webmaster Come and worship with us next Sunday. We now have two morning worship services at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. We also have Sunday School for all ages at 10:00 a.m. Fellowship time follows the 8:30 service

12. Church Of The Brethren : General Board
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13. Church Of The Brethren Districts And Congregations
Learn about the COB through visiting our many church homepages. District and Alpha and Omega church of the brethren. Advertise your Brethren ministry or event here church of the brethren Network is a membership driven web site maintained
Photo Inset: is a ministry to the Hispanic Community in the
Greater Lancaster County Area of south-central Pennsylvania, sponsored jointly by
the Atlantic Northeast District and Alpha and Omega Church of the Brethren.
Advertise your Brethren ministry or event here free.
Atlantic Northeast

Atlantic Southeast


West Marva

Council Of District Executives
Look here for District staff information, committees, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, fax numbers, district events, and surface mailing addresses. Since the early 1970s, District Staff have combined their efforts through CODE. Though never officially recognized by Annual Conference, this association of District Staff has provided a vehicle for professional excellence and growth, dealing with issues and concerns affecting the entire church, as a voice for the District Staff and as a channel through which other bodies and agencies of the church have been able to work. Officers, Committees, Events, Ministries, and Development Contact Information: District Staff, E-mail Addresses, Phone Numbers, Mailing Addresses Congregational Life Teams Map of each Area AREA 1 Atlantic Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Pennsylvania (Middle, Southern, Western)

14. Honors To Alexander Mack
Interpretation of the life and thought of Alexander Mack, founder of the Brethren Church, church of the brethren, Grace Brethren, and other Brethren groups.
This document may be reproduced, only if remaining intact, with prior acknowledgement to the author.
In America today we honor many distinguished persons: former presidents, military heroes, actors and actresses, athletes, and pop singers. We honor them by naming buildings, streets, airports, and cities for them. We inscribe their names on sidewalks in Hollywood or immortalize them in various Halls of Fame.
Religious leaders have also earned places of honor. Stained glass windows in beautiful cathedrals honor many saints of the early church. A monumental wall in Geneva Switzerland honors Protestant Reformers, such as Martin Luther and John Calvin.
In his letter to the Christians in Rome, St. Paul counseled them to give honor to whom honor is due. (Romans 13:7) As the organizer and first minister of the small religious group in Germany who called themselves “New Baptists,” Alexander Mack (1679-1735) is one deserving high honors. Today the Brethren Church, the Church of the Brethren, the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches, and the Old German Baptist Brethren, as well as a number of groups in Asia, Africa and South America all trace their denominational origins back to Alexander Mack and a baptismal service of eight persons in the Eder River at Schwarzenau, Germany, in August of 1708.
Mack was born in the obscure agricultural village of Schriesheim, a few miles from Heidelberg, Germany in 1679, more than 300 years ago. His ancestors had been political and religious leaders of the village since their arrival there in 1560. His father was twice mayor of Schriesheim and a successful mill owner. Although Alexander had hoped to attend the University at Heidelberg, the death of an older brother made him a logical heir to the large mill, cutting short his educational aspirations. Schriesheim suffered from successive occupations by invading German and French armies. Three times the Mack family had to flee to nearby hills for safety. Growing up Mack became disillusioned by war and war-making states, and confused by the participation of Christians on both sides of a conflict.

15. Homosexuality And The Church Of The Brethren
HOMOSEXUALITY AND THE. church of the brethren. Editorial March/April, 1992 Volume27, Number 2 Harold S. Martin. Homosexuality and. the church of the brethren.
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March/April, 1992
Volume 27, Number 2
The issue of homosexuality has not been laid aside in the Church of the Brethren. Some look at homosexuality as a sin; others see it as a gift from God. The pages of Messenger frequently have letters from readers that express points of view pro and con. There continues to be a great deal of polarization concerning the issue. The 1983 Annual Conference decision on human sexuality is being interpreted in many ways. The printed message featured on the pages just ahead was delivered more than 1 1/2 years ago, but the facts continue to be relevant. More recently, in the Winter, 1991 issue of Brethren Life and Thought , more than forty pages were devoted to a discussion of homosexuality in the Church of the Brethren. The purpose of the fourteen articles in the special Brethren Life and Thought issue, was to determine whether or not the church is "extending Christlike comfort and grace to homosexual and bisexual persons" (as recommended in the 1983 Human Sexuality Report).

16. :: West Alexandria Church Of The Brethren Website ::   - Welcome -
church of the brethren. West Alexandria, Ohio 45381 22 East Oak Street Copyright © 2002 church of the brethren in West Alexandria, OH
Church of the Brethren West Alexandria, Ohio 45381 - 22 East Oak Street How to contact us Here you will find the information who we are, where we are located with maps, directions, important phone numbers, etc. This weeks newsletter to all members Updated weekly and mailed to our mailing list. Would you like to be included in our church mailing list? Contact: Manfred Schreyer Read our Monthly Newsletter WACOCA News Our Ministries: Learn more about: Brethren Love Feast Celebration (Maundy Thursday) Choir Prayer Chain Women's Fellowship Sudan Project, by Nan and Dave Erbaugh District Youth Meetings National Youth Conference Woodland's Altar Church Camps Vacation Bible School Monthly Fun Events Fellowship with UCC Church of West Alexandria, OH Annual October Fest Celebration Annual Camping Retreat Annual Turkey Supper Heifer Project Check out these interesting Pages: Congregational Events Picture Page of Acquire the Fire, Love Feast, Talent Show, etc. Photo Album of Worship Events Picture of the month Site created: February 2002
Calendar of Events From Deacons to Flock List Youth Calendar of Events ... Check out our movie program
Do you have a Prayer Request or would like to know who needs your prayers?

17. Panora Church Of The Brethren
Panora church of the brethren estabilshed in 1940. A church for todays comunity
8:00-9:00 AM Early Worship
9:15-10:15 AM Adult Education
9:15-10:15 Children's Sunday School
10:30-11:40 AM Worship Celebration You are visitor

Last update: 05/12/04 2946 200th Road,
Panora, Iowa 50216 Phone: (641) 755 -3800
Fax: (641) 755- 3610

18. Lampeter Church Of The Brethren
Features, history, worship schedules, ministries, photos and contact details.

19. Welcome To The Amwell Church Of The Brethren
Welcome to the Amwell church of the brethren. Mission Statement Welcometo the homepage for the Amwell church of the brethren. Amwell is
Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place in all generations. Psalm 90:1 Welcome to the Amwell Church of the Brethren Mission Statement: Reaching out with love and compassion so others may know Christ. Welcome to the homepage for the Amwell Church of the Brethren. Amwell is the friendly, praying, singing church, preaching and teaching Christ crucified, risen and coming again. Robert DiSalvio, Pastor, Phone number: (609) 397-4842. Click here to e-mail the Pastor. Everyone is welcome to attend our Sunday morning service at 10:45 a.m. at 40 Sandbrook-Headquarters Road in Sergeantsville, New Jersey. We also have Sunday School classes that start at 9:45 a.m. We're located about 7 miles outside of historic Flemington. If you would like to study the Word of God, you can click here for the

20. Enders Church Of The Brethren
Enders church of the brethren. Enders, Nebraska. SUNDAY SERVICES. TIME. Gathering. 900 am. Worship Service. 915 am. Sunday School. 1030 am. Youth Fellowship. 530 pm. Worship Service. 700 pm. POSITION. NAME. Children's Director. Dana Spady. Minister
Enders Church of the Brethren Enders, Nebraska SUNDAY SERVICES TIME Gathering 9:00 am Worship Service 9:15 am Sunday School 10:30 am Youth Fellowship 5:30 pm Worship Service 7:00 pm POSITION NAME Children's Director Dana Spady Minister Francis Baker Moderator Duane Grosbach Go Back

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