Our congregations

The Church of the Brethren Yearbook offers extensive information about the denomination and congregations.

Map of congregations -“Find a church”

To see a list of all congregations in alphabetical order, click on the box with an arrow at the top left of the map, next to “Church of the Brethren Congregations”. Then click the small arrow under the red check box. You can then search by name using the search (“Find”) function of your browser. This is often found by clicking the three dots or lines at the very top right of the browser.

If you need assistance finding a congregation, please contact us at cobweb@brethren.org.

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Jesus in the neighborhood: updates from congregations

  • Oakton connects with Tibetan families
    When Oakton Church of the Brethren began a free tutoring program called Oakton Partners in Learning, some of the first families to connect were of Tibetan heritage. The connection strengthened when the program adapted to virtual tutoring during seasons of online learning.
  • Principe de Paz hosts Bethany study
    A Bible study workshop, held in Spanish and English at Principe de Paz Iglesia de las Hermanos, considered how to describe the context in which the letter of James was written using a method in which people from different contexts share insights with one another.
  • Beavercreek holds Thanksgiving meal, auction
    For the first Thanksgiving meal together since 2019, a carry-in dinner was followed by an auction for Brethren Disaster Ministries.
  • Lititz welcomes school
    When a local Christian school found itself without a home, the church opened its doors
  • North Fort Myers church reaches out
    “In the last few months there have been many showers of blessings raining down on us and times when the bleakness of the situation brought us to our knees. Through it all, this church became a beacon of light”
  • Mount Morris thanks Pinecrest staff
    Members of Mount Morris Church of the Brethren found a way to support Pinecrest Community staff
  • Beacon Heights welcomes neighbors
    Beacon Heights Church of the Brethren cares about neighbors; their need for food, books, and play; their need to share what they have to offer; their need to meet each other and be known.
  • McPherson creates “Jesus in the Neighborhood” initiative
    The McPherson Church of the Brethren has created the “Jesus in the Neighborhood” initiative to serve as disciples through relationship-based neighborhood engagement.
  • Elizabethtown addresses “Christian Nationalism”
    Elizabethtown Church of the Brethren ran a full-page advertisement in the Sunday edition of the Lancaster, Pa., newspaper titled “The Perils of Christian Nationalism.”
  • Jesus Lounge Ministry supports youth
    Jesus Lounge Ministry has partnered with the Student Life Alliance and the Delray Beach Library “Let’s Talk Period” program to support at-risk teens and tweens with hygiene and feminine hygiene kits.
  • Curryville pastor adds Dunker donkeys
    Curryville Church of the Brethren pastor Chris Heinlein and his wife, Kathy, recently took in two white donkeys after their previous owners were no longer able to care for them.

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Stories from the Cities series

Jennifer Hosler researched and wrote articles for the “Stories from the Cities” project of Discipleship Ministries (then Congregational Life Ministries). The goal of the project was to help urban congregations share their unique stories with the denomination, in order to increase awareness of Church of the Brethren urban churches, foster increased interest in urban ministries, and help others learn from the unique contexts that city churches face.
Go to the stories (Messenger site).