Learn more about the Carland-Zion Brethren in Christ Church in Michigan, poetically described as “the little white church at the crossroads.”
One historic Brethren in Christ meetinghouse offers a living reminder of a tense period of conflict and controversy in the church.
Today’s Photo Friday post showcases two building projects undertaken to house present-day Messiah Village — one in Harrisburg, and the other in Mechanicsburg.
On the eve of the 2014 General Conference of the Brethren in Christ (U.S.) gathering in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, today’s Photo Friday showcases an image of the last General Conference held in Lancaster County.
A few Brethren in Christ-related links that caught my attention over the past weeks.
What might an abandoned waterpark and an old Brethren in Christ church building have in common? Read on and find out!
A charming story about two Brethren in Christ sisters and their childhood on Messiah Bible School’s bucolic campus.
More on the history and contemporary significance of Messiah College’s iconic covered bridge.
Ever wondered what happened to the church building formerly occupied by the Dallas Center congregation?
Today’s Photo Friday installment explores the past and present of the former Brethren in Christ congregation in Clarence Center, N.Y.
That’s the question church historians and Pennsylvania historical experts are trying to answer before next year, when the state will erect a historical marker recognizing the home of a River Brethren founder.
Learn more about Messiah College’s iconic covered bridge, in today’s Photo Friday installment.
Today’s Photo Friday installment celebrates what I like to call a “remarkably unremarkable” General Conference: the 1911 gathering at the Highland church in southern Ohio.
An update on last week’s post about efforts to restore the Rosebank Brethren in Christ Church. Now with photos!
Learn more about the former Rosebank Brethren in Christ Church in Ramona, Kansas, and about father-and-son team’s efforts to restore the old church building.