In this issue: Update from the Brethren in Ukraine, job openings, order Shine curriculum for Fall 2022, Global Food Initiative newsletter, On Earth Peace webinar on Kingian nonviolence, and more news from congregations, districts, camps, ecumenical partners, and more.
In this issue: 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”
In this issue: New leadership at the World Council of Churches, speakers announced for On Earth Peace Day of Celebration, University of La Verne receives $2.3 million gift to launch nursing program, Church World Service is honoring refugees on World Refugee Day June 20, Bible study commemorates shootings at Mother Emanuel AME Church, prayer and support requested following other recent shootings, among news by, for, and about Brethren.
In this issue: Remembering Donna Forbes Steiner, personnel note, ULV announces new mural showing “Our Citrus Roots,” Brethren Voices remembers Chuck Boyer, and more.
In this issue: Remembering Gladys Naylor, congregations hold events lamenting gun violence, On Earth Peace day of celebration via Zoom, and more news by, for, and about Brethren.
In this issue: The annual Pentecost Offering, job opening, National Young Adult Conference is this long weekend, FaithX trips begin next week with a trip to Rwanda, the June Messenger playlist, and more news by, for, and about Brethren.
In this issue: Remembering Philip Norris, prayer is requested for the Churches of the Brethren in Uganda and Haiti, webinar with Peter Chin, McPherson Auto Restoration Program receives surprise gift, fellowship opportunities,, and much more.
In this issue: Job openings, National Youth Sunday is May 1, National Young Adult Conference is coming up, Yearbook survey, Messenger playlist for May, ecumenical notes, and more news by, for, and about Brethren
In this issue: Job openings, Material Resources shipments, no quilting at this year’s Annual Conference, celebrating volunteers, Bethany Seminary commencement date, Kingdom Advancing Grants opportunity through MAA, and more news by, for, and about Brethren.
In this issue: Council of District Executives and the Leadership Team meet, FaithX registration deadline extended to April 22, Spring issue of the Bridge newsletter for young adults, McPherson College endowed scholarship for the automotive restoration program, NCC commends confirmation of new Supreme Court justice, Linda Williams collection of “Songs of Hope, Faith, and Peacemaking.”