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 email@example.com.
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.
Updates from congregations
- White Pine Church pastor celebrates water grantDon Judy, pastor of White Pine Church of the Brethren, has been working for several years to bring public water to Purgitsville, WV.
- Highland Avenue hosts vaccination clinicHighland Avenue Church of the Brethren hosted a COVID-19 vaccination clinic designed for the homeless community
- Stone church gifts booksStone Church of the Brethren presented children’s books to the Huntingdon County Library
- Church in Drive receives grantThe Church in Drive received a grant to fund the expansion of the congregation’s virtual ministries
- Elizabethtown sermon chosen“There are dozens and dozens of scriptures in our Bible that talk about the love of the stranger and how we are to treat people”
- Monitor members recognizedEllis and Rita Yoder of Monitor Church of the Brethren are among the six Kansas Master Farmer and Farm Homemaker couples recognized this year
- Pleasant Hill celebrates 50 yearsPleasant Hill Church of the Brethren celebrates 50 years on Aug. 29, 2021
- Cedar Grove reopens“I really hope we can be a beacon of light for this community.”