Learn about the Haiti Earthquake Response.
Pulaski, VA project leader thanks volunteers, community
February 28, 2012
Upon completing seven months as long-term project leader in Pulaski, Va. for Brethren Disaster Ministries, Jim White has high praise for those "who made his job easy."
Webinar: Long-term recovery success stories
February 23, 2012
Learn what long-term disaster recovery is all about during this free webinar on March 6, 2012.
New project site in Alabama, changes in Tennessee
November 30, 2011
Brethren Disaster Ministries has set up a repair and rebuilding project in Arab, Ala., extended one project in Tenn. and closed another.
BDM announces Haiti workcamp
November 11, 2011
Join Brethren Disaster Ministries on the next 'work, worship & learn' adventure in Haiti Jan. 29 to Feb. 5, 2012.
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Brethren Disaster Ministries names advisory group, seeks input to survey
(March 21, 2013)
More than 700 people already have responded to a new online survey about the work of Brethren Disaster Ministries. “We want your feedback!” said an announcement of the survey from Brethren Disaster Ministries and Children’s Disaster Services. Take the survey at www.brethren.org/BDMsurvey .
Major US ecumenical organizations restructure
(March 7, 2013)
Two long-standing ecumenical bodies in the United States--the National Council of Churches (NCC) and Church World Service (CWS)--have undergone restructuring and re-envisioning in recent months. The NCC began a plan for re-envisioning and restructuring last fall including elimination of administrative positions on the staff and a move away from historic headquarters in New York. CWS, which formerly shared the same general assembly as the NCC, has instituted a new governing structure that is independent of denominational representation. CWS is the primary means through which Brethren Disaster Ministries extends its work internationally.
Prattsville rebuilding project expands to Schoharie, N.Y.
(March 5, 2013)
A Brethren Disaster Ministries home rebuilding and repair project in Prattsville, N.Y., is expanding into a nearby location, the town of Schoharie. The New York State project was established in response to the flooding of homes by Hurricane Irene, and is supported through donations to the Emergency Disaster Fund.