Newsline for May 26, 2022

NEWS
1) Children’s Disaster Services team deploys to Uvalde

2) Annual Conference moderator calls for Pentecost Sunday, June 5, to be a time of concerted prayer

3) NCC anguished by the white supremacist attack in Buffalo

4) Church of the Brethren Benefit Trust is now Eder Financial

5) Messenger magazine receives five awards from the Associated Church Press

6) $25 million surprise gift announced during McPherson College commencement

UPCOMING EVENTS
7) ‘Grace Filled Turnings’ retreat offered for clergywomen

8) Brethren bits: 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

Brethren bits

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.

Brethren bits for May 10, 2022

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.

Newsline for April 30, 2022

NEWS
1) Consider contributing to the National Youth Conference offering of school kits

2) Bethany Seminary celebrates the Class of 2022

3) On Earth Peace holds 2022 Spring board meeting

RESOURCES
4) ‘Blessed Be’: Michael Stern shares new music for the 2022 Annual Conference

5) Brethren bits: 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

Brethren bits

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

Newsline for April 22, 2022

NEWS
1) Brethren Disaster Ministries directs latest EDF grants to Ukraine relief, NYC service project

2) WCC urges Patriarch Kirill: ‘Intervene and ask publicly for a ceasefire during the Resurrection service’

3) Brethren Historical Library and Archives reopens to researchers, with COVID protocols

4) Nigerian Brethren mourn deaths of denominational trustee, seminary lecturer, staff driver

5) Brethren in Dominican Republic make small but important steps toward reconciliation

6) Sending cards: A report from the Death Row Support Project

PERSONNEL
7) Bethany Theological Seminary announces new faculty member in Peace Studies

8) Sam Locke named executive director for Institutional Advancement at Bethany Seminary

9) Linetta Ballew to lead Brethren Woods

UPCOMING EVENTS
10) National Youth Conference Office hosts two book conversations in May

11) Part-Time Pastor; Full-Time Church to host virtual speaking events in May

12) Manchester University sets dedication of building in honor of first Black students

13) Memorial Day concert to feature Manchester University student choir, alumni

14) Brethren bits: 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

Brethren bits for April 22, 2022

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.

Newsline for April 9, 2022

NEWS
1) Global Mission releases list of grants made to international partners in 2021

2) Global Mission office focuses resources on known and trusted partners around the world

3) Office of Peacebuilding and Policy issues action alert standing with vulnerable Ukrainians

4) Office of Peacebuilding and Policy signs on to letter to President Biden encouraging creative peacebuilding for Ukraine

5) NCC condemns Russia’s massacre of Ukrainians

6) EYN releases 12 resolutions at its 75th General Church Council

7) University of La Verne to offer differentiated bachelor’s degree program for registered nurses

UPCOMING EVENTS
8) Winners of the Youth Speech Contest for NYC are announced

JESUS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: STORIES FROM CONGREGATIONS
9) Restoration Los Angeles celebrates 100 years of ministry

10) Brethren bits: District executives and Leadership Team meet, FaithX deadline extended, Spring issue of Bridge newsletter for young adults, endowed scholarship for McPherson’s automotive restoration program, NCC commends Supreme Court confirmation, “Songs of Hope, Faith, and Peacemaking”

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.