The United Brethren Church was merged in 1968 with both the Methodist Church and the United Methodist Church.
During its activity, the church was Protestant in its classification and was founded, officially around 1800, by Philip Otterbein. Its confession of faith was first forged in 1815 and remained the official doctrine of the church until its merger in 1968.
The main ideology of this church that segmented it from other similar churches of its time period was its strong oppositional view towards slavery in the West.
Below we list 2 United Brethren Church schools and colleges. You can also view our full listing of Religious and Faith-Based Schools
in the United States.