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Brethren Voices

The Latest from Brethren Voices: Brethren Voices celebrates 13 years of monthly community television programs, sharing what Brethren do as a matter of faith. Programs have originated from 18 different states from Arctic Village Alaska, 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle to New Orleans. “Brethren Voices” has also been filmed in 7 countries featuring the works of Brethren from Nigeria to Japan.   With this program we feature: a  New Community Project Learning Tour to Arctic Village, Alaska; our first on location filmings with Brent Carlson reporting from Lucedale, Mississippi, following Hurricane Katrina; segments with David Radcliff, Jay Wittmeyer, Carol Mason, Rachael Waas Shull, Nancy Ferguson, Chuck Boyer, Carol Lindquist and the music of Steve Kinzie and the Mutual Kumquat.

Check out the episode featuring the Dunker Punks Podcast, a project hosted here at ACOB, and including interviews with our own Laura, Melody and Suzanne!

And don’t miss the episode about our other ministries here at ACOB!


Brethren Voices is a monthly public access TV show featuring what people of the Church of the Brethren do as a matter of our faith. It offers a widely appealing message of peace, justice and acceptance of all people.

Produced out of Peace Church of the Brethren in Portland, Oregon, Brethren Voices was started in 2005 and now broadcasts in over 40 community access stations across the country including Arlington County, VA! Arlington Church of the Brethren partners with Brethren Voices to share the show locally as an invitation of welcome to everyone in our community.

In Arlington, Brethren Voices airs on Arlington Independent Media: Comcast channel 69, Verizon-FIOS channel 38 and streaming online. Tune in Wednesdays at 11 am, Thursdays at 2 am or Sundays at 6:30 pm.

Check out all of Brethren Voices archives on YouTube and contact the church office with any questions: acob[at]arlingtoncob[dot]org or 571-243-5344.