Church of the Brethren

The Church of the Brethren, begun three centuries ago in Germany, still draws people who want to continue Jesus' work of faithfulness and loving service.

Jesus brought a message of life, love, and hope. But he offered much more than inspiring words: He understood that people's spiritual needs also include day-to-day human ones — food, health, rest, comfort, friendship, and unconditional acceptance. "I am the way," he told his followers. He showed them how to trust, how to care, and how to help.

Steadily, lovingly, even radically, Jesus went about saving the world — by serving its people. Because we believe his message, we seek to do the same.Whether the conflict involves warring nations, racial discord, theological disputes, personal disagreement, or mere misunderstanding, Brethren listen conscientiously, seek guidance in the scriptures, and work toward reconciliation. We practice peaceful living. We seek to live intentionally, responsibly, and simply, as we find a deep sense of purpose and we find joy. Most importantly, we live out our faith in community.

You can find out more about the Church of the Brethren here.

Meet the Pastors

We are blessed to have these pastors who are essential to the service and work of this Church.

"Blessed are the peacemakers,
    for they will be called children of God."

Matthew 5:9

Belita Mitchell

Pastor

Josiah Ludwick

Associate Pastor

Melanee Hamilton

Interim Associate Pastor