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Shenandoah District
Church of the Brethren

P.O. Box 67
1453 Westview School Road

Weyers Cave, VA   24486
Phone:  540.234.8555
Toll Free:  888.308.8555
Fax:  540.234.8333

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Brethren Woods
Camp & Retreat Center

4896 Armentrout Path
Keezletown, VA   22832
Phone & Fax: 540.269.2741
Website: www.brethrenwoods.org

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Click on the link below for directions and a map to our office. Read More

Pulpit Supply

(revised Jan. 3, 2019)

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'Compelling Vision' Meetings 2019
 
Districts across the brotherhood are holding gatherings to hear from Brethren what they envision for the Church of the Brethren of the future. The Shenandoah District is hosting sessions to participate in and help shape the Compelling Vision being formulated for the Church of the Brethren. The Rev. Kevin Daggett, pastor of the Dayton Church of the Brethren and a member of the Compelling Vision Process Team, is leading these sessions. 

All of the sessions are on Sunday afternoons, 3-5 p.m.

Feb. 17 - Bridgewater Retirement Community's multi-purpose room on the third floor of the Huffman Healthcare Center (302 N. Second Street, Bridgewater, Va.)
Feb. 24 - New Hope (12768 Frost Road, Dunmore, W.Va.)
Mar. 3 - Wakemans Grove (668 Wakemans Grove Road, Edinburg, Va.)
 
Note: Attendance is not restricted to those in each section. Instead, you are encouraged to choose a session (or more than one) that is conveniently located and aligns with your schedule.For more information about the Compelling Vision process, visit: http://www.brethren.org/ac/compelling-vision.html.

District Forms

Blue Ribbon Committee

(Renamed District Discernment Team)

A Blue Ribbon Committee, whose formation was announced at the 2017 Shenandoah District Conference, has been organized and has begun its work. As planned, the 10-member committee will meet through 2018, focusing on ways our congregations can covenant anew to work together through divisions that threaten our unity as followers of Christ.

The committee is chaired by Jon Prater, pastor of the Mt. Zion/Linville Church of the Brethren and immediate past chair of the District Leadership Team. Joining him on the committee are Jonathan Brush (Lebanon), Heather Driver (Bridgewater), Hobert Harvey (Bethel/Mayland), Terry Jewell (Knights Chapel), LaDawn Knicely (Beaver Creek), David R. Miller (Montezuma), Carter Myers (Mill Creek), Nate Rittenhouse (New Hope) and Karen Shiflet (Mt. Bethel). The committee also will be served by three ex-officio members and three consultants.

Click here for the full description of the purpose, tasks and structure of the committee.

Click here for District Executive Minister John Jantzi's August pastor letter referenced in the previous document.

Click here for the minutes from the Committee's first meeting on Feb. 25, 2018.

Click here for minutes from the March 18, 2018, meeting.

Click here for minutes from the April 15, 2018, meeting.

Click here for minutes from the May 20, 2018, meeting.

Click here for the Discernment Team's report: "Congregational Withdrawal Process"

Is Hospitality YOUR Gift?

The Shenandoah District is developing a list of potential hosts when guests are in the District and need (or prefer) home-based lodging. If you have an extra bedroom and could offer a light breakfast to overnight guests, please fill out the host form below. It can be emailed to elayman@shencob.org or mailed to Shenandoah District CoB, PO Box 67, Weyers Cave, Va., 24486.

Hospitality Host Form

You will always have the final say on whether to extend hospitality when the need arises. Thank you!

 

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