|Statement||arranged from Bishop Holmes"s history of that Church.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||92|
History Of The Church Of The United Brethren In Christ [FACSIMILE] [Berger, Daniel, ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History Of The Church Of The United Brethren In Christ [FACSIMILE]. History of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, Virginia Conference by A. P. Funkhouser NOTICE OF ATTRIBUTION Work originally published in Scanned, proofed and minor spelling corrections by the United Brethren Historical Center. Electronic edition © United Brethren Historical Center Suggested Citation: [Identification of Item]. Otterbein, Philip William, , Church of the United Brethren in Christ (New constitution) Publisher Dayton, United Brethren Pub. House Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor The Library of Congress Contributor The Pages: Boehm and Otterbein served as bishops until their deaths. Boehm died in , Otterbein in , both at age Bishop Francis Asbury of the Methodist Church spoke at the memorial services of both of these men, the original bishops–the pioneers–of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ.
History Note. The Church of the United Brethren in Christ began with the preaching of Philip William Otterbein and Martin Boehm in the 's. At a conference at the parsonage of Philip William Otterbein, in Baltimore, Maryland, Otterbein and his lay ministers gave simple organization to the fellowship which had been holding sporadic conferences since A Church of the Brethren history of local congregations and biographies of some key figures in Indiana ( edition). Notes Assembled from Hathi Trust scans by : the church founded by Jesus Christ and the entire scope of the first century of the Christian era. Amazing though it may seem, the world which calls itself “Christian” is divided into over four hundred DIFFERENT denominations, organizations, splits, schisms, and sects—each claiming to be the original church founded by Jesus Christ. The Brethren Historical Library and Archives is the official repository for Church of the Brethren publications and records. Its purpose is to keep alive the Brethren faith heritage, by: collecting and preserving materials relating to the cultural, socio-economic, theological, genealogical, and institutional history of the Brethren;.
History of the United Brethren Church in Dauphin County by I.H. Albright, [Editor's note: This paper was prepared for the Septem , monthly meeting of the Harrisburg United Brethren Ministerium held at the Harrisburg YMCA. According to the . Shenandoah University Library Director Christopher Bean [email protected] Gruver-Souders UB/EUB Archives. Shenandoah University is the repository for all historical records of ministers and churches of the Virginia Conference of the United Brethren and Evangelical United Brethren churches prior to , the date of the merger with the Methodist Church. Brumbaugh, Martin G., History of the German Baptist Brethren (), xxii, p., illus. Covers European and colonial history and includes many original sources; reprinted , , Church of the Brethren, Two Centuries of the Church of the Brethren (), p., illus. Bicentennial addresses by twenty-four Size: 45KB. A new book in Studies in Brethren History ‘ I heartily commend this excellent account by Dr Tim Grass of my former senior missionaries and colleagues Ernest and Gertrude Trenchard. Their love for the Spanish people and culture and their dedication to the spread of the gospel made a significant and lasting impact on several generations of evangelicals, which has spread to other Spanish.