Newsline for Jan. 15, 2021

NEWS
1) Intercultural Ministries sends out letter and invitation to new Racial Healing Grant Program
2) Discipleship Ministries offers opportunity to share prayers
3) ‘Hold fast to Jesus’: Office of Ministry shares letter of encouragement with ministers
4) Nursing scholarships are announced

PERSONNEL
5) Kostlevy to retire from the Brethren Historical Library and Archives

6) Brethren bits: Memorial service for John Gingrich, “Faith, Science, and COVID-19 Part Three,” Camp Blue Diamond seeks executive director, prayer requests, matching grant for Haiti Medical Project, Southern Ohio and Kentucky District urges churches to refrain from in-person meetings, Bridgewater College welcomes author Blair L. M. Kelley, and more

Brethren bits for Jan. 15, 2021

In this issue: Invitation to memorial service for John Gingrich, Moderator’s Town Hall on Faith, Science, and COVID-19 Part Three, Camp Blue Diamond seeks executive director, prayer requests, matching grant for Haiti Medical Project, Southern Ohio and Kentucky District urges churches to refrain from in-person meetings, Bridgewater College welcomes author Blair L. M. Kelley for “BC Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,” and much more.

Nursing scholarships are announced

Five nursing students are recipients of Church of the Brethren Nursing Scholarships for 2020. This scholarship, made possible by the Health Education and Research Endowment, is available to members of the Church of the Brethren enrolled in LPN, RN, or nursing graduate programs.

Brethren active in health care

This listing is provided by the Church of the Brethren Newsline in order to help us recognize, thank, and pray for Church of the Brethren members who are caring for people’s health right now.

Newsline for Jan. 9, 2021

NEWS
1) Church of the Brethren General Secretary issues a statement on the events of Jan. 6
2) Studying scripture together is key to a compelling vision for the Church of the Brethren
3) Grants support hurricane relief, international groups affected by pandemic, community gardens
4) Couple’s gift will add endowed music professorship at Manchester University

PERSONNEL
5) Sonja Griffith resigns from leadership of Western Plains District
6) Replogle, Liu are promoted from interim to staff positions with the Church of the Brethren

7) Brethren bits: Remembering Curtis W. Dubble and Fay Reese, Washington City Church and Office of Peacebuilding and Policy are safe and unharmed, prayer requested for Modesto Church of the Brethren, new address for S. Pennsylvania District, and a round-up of excerpts from prayers, reflections, and statements on the violent attack on Congress

Brethren bits for Jan. 9, 2021

In this Brethren bits: Remembering Curtis W. Dubble and Fay Reese, Washington City Church of the Brethren and Office of Peacebuilding and Policy are safe and unharmed, prayer requested for Modesto Church of the Brethren, new address for S. Pennsylvania District, and a round-up of excerpts from prayers, reflections, and statements on the violent attack on Congress from Brethren and others.