Brethren bits for March 2, 2024

In this issue: Service information for Belita Mitchell, remembering Bitrus K. Tizhe and Dale F. Correll, Easter discount for The Peace Table, international prayer concerns, Brethren Volunteer Service workers gather, and much, much more.

Brethren bits for Feb. 16, 2024

In this issue: National Older Adult Conference (NOAC) Planning Team, job opening, Nate Polzin to present at Brethren Evangelism Training Event in Shenandoah, McPherson College president Michael Schneider receives award, Roundtable regional youth conference, grant opportunity for congregations, the Peace Pilgrimage begins, WCC head visits Israel and Palestine, Brethren in the news, and a Black History Month note from the NCC.

Brethren bits

In this issue: Remembering Harold S. Martin, On Earth Peace celebrates 50 years, BVS orientations announced, prayer requests from Global Mission, “Vintage Recipes: Take 2,” Bethany welcomes international scholar in residence, volunteer with the Brethren Heritage Center, and more.

Brethren bits

In this issue: Remembering Emma Jean Woodard, service information for Ken Holderread, new CWS kit video features Material Resources, prayer concern from BVS for Ecuador, related FaithX announcement, Rick Gardner authors Passion of Jesus, Camp La Verne celebrates 100 years, and more.

Brethren bits

In this issue: Germantown Church of the Brethren’s 300th anniversary gets great media coverage; remembering Phoebe Hayes; happy 75th to SERRV; job opening at Camp Bethel; “Palestine Power Hour” hosted by On Earth Peace; ceasefire prayer vigil hosted by CMEP; Church of the Brethren pastor arrested calling for ceasefire; Bethany Seminary professor to lead Academy of Homiletics

Brethren bits

In this issue: Lafayette group witnesses for peace and a ceasefire; Shine curriculum seeks a project editor, and announces a grant for a new youth curriculum; Juniata College sends a delegation to COP28, and repeats a famous “Book Move”; Bethany Seminary celebrates its new Steinway Grand; Powerhouse update; Global Women’s Project Steering Committee update; latest episodes of Dunker Punks Podcast and Brethren Voices; a special mural at East Dayton Fellowship; and good news from the Brethren Housing Association.

Brethren bits

In this issue: Remembering Ken Holderread, job openings, Lansing Brethren get media coverage for their witness against gun violence, resources on role of media reporting on migration, advocacy effort against solitary confinement, “Songs for Kids by Michael Stern and Friends,” and Juniata women’s volleyball wins again!

Brethren bits

In this issue: A variety of Advent devotionals and calendars from church-related organizations, remembering Joan Pelletier, job opening, conversations with Howard Royer, “Send some Christmas cheer!” invites Brethren Volunteer Service, BVS anniversary celebrations, upcoming regional youth conferences, “Weaponizing Women in War” webinar, and a new academic volume on “Reparations and the Theological Disciplines: Prophetic Voices for Remembrance, Reckoning, and Repair” edited by Drew G. I. Hart and Gimbiya Kettering, among others.

Brethren bits

In this issue: A Thanksgiving playlist from Messenger, a prayer request from Virlina District, job openings, Material Resources shipment to Turkey, Ephrata church hosts men’s conference featuring former mafia boss, new Dunker Punks podcasts, latest episode of Brethren Voices features BVS

Brethren bits for Nov. 3, 2023

In this issue: Office of Peacebuilding and Policy staff participate at a pray-in for peace in Israel and Palestine, the Material Resources program has shipped a 20-foot container to Honduras, job openings include director of the Brethren Historical Library and Archives and director of Finance for Atlantic Northeast District, and the Council of District Executives meets.

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