Camp Alexander Mack provides a sanctuary where people connect with God, experience creation, and build Christian Community.
In the New Testament, the word "brethren" describes a community of men and women who chose another way of living: the way of Jesus. The Church of the Brethren, begun three centuries ago in Germany, still draws people who want to continue Jesus' work of faithfulness and loving service.
The South/Central Indiana District is composed of 43 Church of the Brethren congregations located across Indiana.
TIMBERCREST, a not-for-profit charitable organization, is a ministry of the Church, providing independent and congregate residential living and comprehensive personal care and health care services to older adults.