For information on groups descended from or related to the Schwarzenau Brethren organized and led by Alexander Mack in Germany in 1708.
Sites related to the Brethren Church, formed in 1883, with its headquarters in Ashland, Ohio.
Please submit only sites related to the denomination called the Brethren Church. Sites related to Brethren denominations in general are listed one level higher than this.
The Brethren in Christ are also known as the River Brethren, because they originated near the Susquehanna River in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in the late eighteenth century.
This category is for sites about Brethren camps and retreat centers.
This category is for sites about individual Brethren churches or congregations.
Please submit to the most specific subcategory possible. Churches should be listed within the most specific denominational category possible.
Sites related to the Church of the Brethren, the largest of the Brethren denominations.
Colleges and universities affiliated with a Brethren denomination or theology.
Sites devoted to the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, which began in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in 1767, and which today has 400 churches in a dozen countries.