United Brethren Church may refer to:
the religious denomination:
- Church of the United Brethren in Christ
or it may refer to specific buildings/congregations:
- United Brethren in Christ (Cincinnati, Ohio), listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Cincinnati, Ohio
- United Brethren Church (Aurora, Nebraska), listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Hamilton County, Nebraska
- United Brethren Church (West Akron, South Dakota), listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Union County, South Dakota
Other articles related to "united, church, united brethren church, united brethren, brethren":
... Dorguth Memorial United Methodist Church, formerly known as Otterbein Chapel Station, Scott Street United Brethren Church, Dorguth Memorial United Brethren Church, and ... It was built in 1857 and is a simple, two-story gable-front brick church of the late Roman Revival style ... The church was named for Mrs ...
... The Church of the United Brethren in Christ, USA is the United Brethren national conference for the United States ... On October 14, 2003 the Executive Leadership Team of the United Brethren Church, USA voted to pursue joining with the Missionary Church ... This action, had it received a favorable vote, would have combined the United Brethren churches in the United States into the Missionary Church USA, so that all of those congregations would have become Missionary ...
... is the current (as of 2012) Bishop of The United Brethren Church in Canada, which is a part of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, International ... Pastor of the Parkwood Gardens Community Church, a United Brethren Church in Guelph, Ontario ... Committee and sits on the Global Ministries Leadership Team of the United Brethren Church ...
... Though the church was not organized until 1800, its roots reach back to 1767 ... left his seat, embraced Boehm and said to him, "Wir sind Brüder (we are brethren)." The followers of Boehm and Otterbein formed a loose movement for many years ... At that conference in 1800, they adopted a name, the United Brethren in Christ, and elected Boehm and Otterbein as bishops of the conference ...
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