The Church of the Brethren’s Service Sunday is recognized annually the first Sunday in February. Congregations and leaders are asked to use this Sunday to recognize those who serve, or have served, in their local communities and throughout the world.

Healing Racism Mini-grants

NEW Healing Racism Congregations and Communities Mini-grant Program

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A virtual Leadership Summit on Wellbeing for clergy and other church leaders is being planned for April 19-22, 2021.

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Read a letter of encouragement

Lea un mensaje de aliento de la Oficina del Ministerio

Seeking peace: a statement from David Steele, general secretary of the Church of the Brethren.

Welcome to the Church of the Brethren

We are a body of Christians committed to continuing the work of Jesus peacefully and simply, and to living out our faith in community. See a list of some of our ministries. We have some 111,000 members in nearly 1,000 congregations across the United States and Puerto Rico, with sister churches in Brazil, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Haiti, India, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Sudan, Spain, and Venezuela.

Based in the Anabaptist and Pietist faith traditions, the Church of the Brethren is a Historic Peace Church. We celebrated our 300th anniversary in 2008.

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