Beech Run Church of The Brethren

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Beech Run Church of The Brethren
Beech Run Church of The Brethren is listed in the Churches category in Mapleton Depot, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Beech Run Church of The Brethren which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Beech Run Church of The Brethren on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

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14918 Hares Valley Rd
Mapleton Depot, PA 17052
(814) 542-5440
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Church of the Brethren shared Children's Disaster Services's post.
Thanks to the Children's Disaster Services team members who have been in California helping those evacuated!
The Oroville, California team is headed home today. They were a team on the move, following the river flow downstream from the Oroville Dam area to Sacramento to San Jose. Shelters closed as families were able to return home. The team cared for 106 children and also for each other! Thank you to the volunteers who were able to go and to other volunteers who were willing to be in the next group to go if the need for services had continued!

Church of the Brethren shared Brethren Disaster Ministries's post.
Pat & John Krabacher were part of the second Nehemiah Project workcamp in Pegi, Nigeria, where Brethren volunteers from the U.S. worked alongside EYN volunteers to build a church for people displaced from Chibok. Following the workcamp, they visited Maiduguri. Please continue to pray for EYN and its members as they continue their journey home. As Pat explains below, EYN, in partnership with the U.S. Church of the Brethren, is doing amazing work. Much has been done, but there is still much more to do. Learn more about the Nigeria Crisis Response, and how you can support the Nigerian Brethren on their long journey home, at http://www.brethren.org/nigeriacrisis.
On Feb. 9, John and I visited the Wulari EYN Maiduguri church of Ekklesiyar Yan’uwa a Nigeria (EYN, the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria) in the large northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri. We met the EYN HIV/AIDS Project staff, and met the new pastor Joseph T. Kwaha. The church was rebuilt in 20...

The National Council of Churches (NCC) has denounced recent anti-Semitic incidents and the rhetoric that fuels them, in a statement released this week. “We stand firmly with our Jewish brothers and sisters during this difficult time,” the statement said, in part. The NCC notes the sharp rise in threats made against synagogues and Jewish community centers. “There have been at least 67 incidents at 56 Jewish Community Centers in 27 states and one Canadian province since the beginning of 2017. This week, bomb threats were called in to Jewish organizations across the nation, and a Jewish cemetery in University City, Missouri, was vandalized,” the NCC said, also lifting up “acts of love, moral courage, and solidarity among faith groups in response." Find the statement at http://nationalcouncilofchurches.us/statement-on-recent-anti-semitic-incidents/


@HunterNott Changed name from German Baptist Brethren aka Dunkards in early 1900s! Women are pastors & leaders, confusing, right?


RT @Pontifex: Do not underestimate the value of example, for it is more powerful than a thousand words, a thousand “likes”, retweets or You…


Important summer job! twitter.com/BrethrenWoods/…


RT @MCReligiousLife: Appreciated attending a listening session with @ChoftheBrethren General Secretary (& proud @Mac_College alum!) David S…

Church of the Brethren shared Church of the Brethren Office of Public Witness's post.
An article by a colleague at Mennonite Central Committee: https://sojo.net/magazine/march-2017/my-neighbor-boko-haram
We can't end violent extremism with more violence.

Registration is now open for Inspiration 2017, this year's National Older Adult Conference. The theme is "Generations" from Psalm 145:4. Go to www.brethren.org/noac
Inspiration 2017, also known as National Older Adult Conference or NOAC, is a Spirit-filled gathering of adults who love learning and discerning together, exploring God’s call for their lives and living out that call by sharing their energy, insight, and legacy with their families, communities, and…


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