Brethren bits

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.”

Brethren bits

In this issue: job openings, Living Stream makes pysanky for Easter, Manchester announces peace studies and environmental studies trip, latest Dunker Punks Podcast features Galen Fitzkee on the call to be peacebuilders, latest Brethren Voices features two best friend BVSers from Germany.

Brethren bits

In this issue: An update from pastor Alexander Zazhytko of the Chernigov Brethren, applicants are sought for Archival Internship program, second of the Global Check-in & Prayer series from Intercultural Ministries, Margi South translation of the New Testament has been printed, Brethren are participating in “The Historic Peace Churches: Integrating Theology and Practice for Peacebuilding” panel at the Carter School at GMU, and more

Brethren bits

In this issue: Remembering Stanley Smith and Gene Swords, prayer requests for moderator David Sollenberger’s trip to Rwanda and Uganda and for a fire at the Orlando (Fla.) Haitian congregation, FaithX registration is open until April 1, video of annual conference of the church in Venezuela, latest issue of Brethren Disaster Ministries Bridges newsletter, a series of Lenten meditative videos is based on the art of Paul Grout, and more.

Brethren bits for March 11, 2022

In this issue: Correction, remembering Jorge Rivera, memorial service for Elaine Sollenberger, Faith Forward event with Brian McLaren, free online presentations on the Russia-Ukraine war, World Council of Churches leader appeals for end to attacks on civilians.

Brethren bits for March 5, 2022

In this issue: Updates on recent kidnappings and violence in Nigeria, Ash Wednesday, job openings, One Great Hour of Sharing, March Messenger features composer Perry Huffaker, BVS love stories, church events for peace in Ukraine, and much more.

Brethren bits for Feb. 25, 2022

In this issue: Prayer requests from Nigeria, job openings, Cross Keys Village-The Brethren Home Community makes it into Newsweek “best” rankings for 2022, Lenten devotionals from Global Women’s Project and Creation Justice Ministries, Afghan Adjustment Act, WCC urges Russia to stop the war and restore peace.

Brethren bits for Feb. 18, 2022

In this issue: Remembering Elaine Sollenberger, reporting from Rwanda, Ecumenical Advocacy Days 2022, Black Immigrant Advocacy, celebrating 500 registrations for NYC “and room for more!”

Brethren bits for Feb. 11, 2022

In this issue: Remembering Janet Crago, job opening, new center for autistic children in China, church anniversaries, webinar series on Gaza, a prayer for 900,000 deaths to COVID in the US, and more

Brethren bits for Feb. 4, 2022

In this issue: Correction, BHLA’s next Facebook Live event “Vintage Recipes” happens on Valentine’s Day, personnel notes, and job openings.