Newsline for June 24, 2022

1) Disaster staff monitor Afghanistan earthquake, alarming food insecurity in Africa

2) Bethany Seminary president Jeffrey Carter expresses sense of hope in ‘center that seeks unity above all else’

3) World Council of Churches Central Committee issues statements on the war in Ukraine, climate emergency

4) At the foundation of Part-Time Pastor; Full-Time Church is relationship-building

5) Gene Hagenberger retires as executive minister for Mid-Atlantic District

6) Brethren bits: Prayer request for Ecuador, latest shipment by Material Resources, personnel changes in the Brethren Historical Library and Archives (BHLA), webinar offered on the topic “Refugia and Resilience: Sanctuaries for Our Spirit, Climate, and Creation”

Unfolding grace digitally

In the Zoom grid of names and faces during this year’s NYAC worship services, one of those squares held a very special place and purpose. For each service, one young adult was assigned to create a worship center in their home and spotlight it on their Zoom screen.

Leadership Team issues update in response to activities of the Covenant Brethren Church

Following is an update from the Leadership Team of the Church of the Brethren: With the formation of the Covenant Brethren Church, discord and division are arising within our church body. This reality has accelerated in recent weeks, as the Covenant Brethren Church launched an official recruitment effort. Congregations and individuals are being invited and

Newsline for August 30,2020

“So let us not grow weary in doing what is right, for we will reap at harvest time, if we do not give up” (Galatians 6:9).  NEWS1) Brethren Disaster Ministries monitors disaster situations, Children’s Disaster Services sends out Individual Kits of Comfort2) Making webinars count: announcing new policy for clergy continuing education credit3) Brethren Faith

Atlantic Southeast District to present a Virtual Peace Camp 2020

The Action for Peace Team of the Church of the Brethren’s Atlantic Southeast District is presenting a Virtual Peace Camp 2020, the 13th peace camp to be held by the district. Usually the event is held over Labor Day Weekend at Camp Ithiel in Gotha, Fla., but because of the pandemic the event this year will be online via Zoom and offered free to participants.

Words "Virtual Peace Camp" with leaves

Webinar on responding to the opioid crisis to be led by James Benedict

A webinar titled “Continuing the Work of Jesus: Responding to the Opioid Crisis” will be offered on Sept. 21 at 2 p.m. (Eastern time) and Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. (Eastern) with sponsorship from the Church of the Brethren Discipleship Ministries. Content will be the same on both dates. Presenter James Benedict, with more than 30 years of experience as a pastor in the Church of the Brethren, is a scholar in residence at the Center for Global Health Ethics at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pa.

James Benedict in front of a bookshelf

Brethren bits for Aug. 30, 2020

Remembering Cindy Badell-Slaughter, opening for executive director of Global Mission, moderator signs “A Christian Statement on Science for Pandemic Times,” prayer requests from the mission office, 2020 Harvest of Justice, Bridgewater named one of best colleges in Southeast, campaign supporting women in Colombia, Nathan Hosler’s new book “Hauerwas the Peacemaker?”

Blue-grey book cover with a dove image
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