It is easy to talk about faith and never get around to doing anything. So the continuing call is to “walk the talk.” Alexander Mack, the leader of the earliest Brethren, insisted that they could be recognized “by the manner of their living.” What we do in the world is just as important as what we do in the church. Christ’s style of self-giving love is the example we are called to follow in all our relationships.

That belief shows itself in the giving nature of Brethren. The Palmyra Church of the Brethren sends money and adult & youth volunteers to disaster relief sites and workcamps across the country. The Palmyra food bank (Caring Cupboard) got its humble beginning in one of our children’s Sunday school classes! Click here for more  information about our community support.