There's a lot happening at Goshen City Church of the Brethren! We hope you can join us these upcoming events and gatherings, and be sure to visit us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for additional information and conversations.
April 19–22, 2021 | Virtual
LEADERSHIP SUMMIT ON WELLBEING
Church leaders are invited to the Church of the Brethren's Virtual Leadership Summit on Wellbeing, featuring clinical psychologist and professor Dr. Jessica Young Brown of Virginia Union University's Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology.
The Church of the Brethren's Office of Ministry invites you to an online conversation about the ongoing racism faced by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Insights will be offered by Wendy McFadden, Madalyn Metzger, and Lin Reish.
Following worship, join our congregation's Intergenerational Conversations Series, designed to help us move through our time of pastoral transition. This week's discussion will focus on Endings/Beginnings.
Following worship, join our congregation's Intergenerational Conversations Series, designed to help us move through our time of pastoral transition. This week's discussion will focus on how we are heading Toward Our Goals.
The Church of the Brethren's National Young Adult Conference offers people ages 18-35 a chance to enjoy fellowship, worship, recreation, Bible study, service projects and more… with other fantastic young adults!
Part business meeting and part family reunion, the Church of the Brethren's Annual Conference is a time for folks to come together for worship, fellowship, and discerning the business that comes before the wider church.
Join us for a silent prayer walk and meditation at Pathways Retreat. Sit still in nature and walk on 17 acres of trails, including protected forest, wildflower meadows, tallgrass prairie, and a beautiful Walnut Grove Labyrinth.
NOAC is a Spirit-filled gathering of adults aged 50+ who love discerning together, exploring God’s call for their lives and living out that call by sharing their energy, insight, and legacy with their families, communities, and the world.