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Brethren Prayer App
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We are a praying people. If you need prayer, or you want to join us in prayer, then download the Echo Prayer app on your device's app store. It's simple and straightforward to use, and will provide you with tools to enhance your prayer time as well. It'll keep you up to date with notifications about prayer needs and celebrations within The Brethren Church. Download it now using the links below!

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Pastor & Leaders

Here, you'll find calls to prayer for Brethren leaders, both past and present, as well as issues and areas of prayer that affect Brethren churches and leadership. Open to leaders in local Brethren churches, both currently serving and retired, this list is moderated due to the sometimes sensitive nature of prayer requests contained within

Church Planters

To continue to lift up those bringing the Gospel and family of God to the forefront, join us praying for Brethren Church planters. Planters and their families may request prayer here as well. 

Global Partners

Prayer and celebrations of the ministry in Brethren churches and communities of faith outside of the USA and Canada. 

Articles & Stories

Posted on: July 9, 2021
High school students from the Berlin Brethren Church ventured on a mission trip to serve in Guatemala for a week. The team of 17 went with the goals of distributing food to impoverished areas of town, facilitate children’s ministry, and assist in…
Posted on: July 9, 2021
Recently, Steven Cole, Miles Larson, and Dan Acker visited our Brethren Churches in Nebraska and Kansas.
Posted on: July 9, 2021
The post-Covid future appears most daunting for those most damaged by the pandemic. The question, then, is how Christians in the comfortable middle class should respond to growing inequality. As in all aspects of life, Jesus offers guidance.