Welcome to the Bruderhof Web Index
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If you are interested in the Bruderhof, here is a list of websites providing more information:
Our website with information about the Bruderhof, its history, how to visit, and contact details.
The Bruderhof Instagram page has pictures of Bruderhof daily life.
A blog of inspirational writings from various authors.
Eberhard Arnold founded the Bruderhof in 1920 along with his wife Emmy and her sister Else von Hollander. Visit this website to read his writings and learn more about him.
The official Bruderhof Facebook page provides information and news updates.
Listen to Bruderhof music and singing!
This study examines the spirituality of the Bruderhof community. It gives particular attention to Eberhard Arnold (1883-1935) and a small number of people around him, including his wife Emmy and her sister Else von Hollander, who founded the first Bruderhof community in Sannerz, Germany, in 1920. You can download it for free, or buy a hard copy from Amazon.
Flickr page depicting life at the Bruderhof.
A website dedicated to the writings of Jane Tyson Clement (1917-2000). Jane was a prolific author whose poems, plays, and short stories reflect a life lived in search for truth and wholeness. In 1954 Jane, and her husband Bob, joined the Bruderhof.
Johann Heinrich Arnold is best known for his books, which have helped thousands to follow Christ in their daily lives, and for his pastoral care as elder of the Bruderhof community movement.
Plough is the publishing house of the Bruderhof and has been running since our communities started.
From the Mennonite Third Way website.
An article explaining where the word "Bruderhof" comes from.
An account of a visit to a Bruderhof in New York.
Follow the Bruderhof on Google Plus.
Follow the Bruderhof on Pinterest.
An interesting paper by Bryan Wilson on the Bruderhof. Bryan Wilson studied cults and minority religions for 40 years and here explains why the Bruderhof is not a cult.
Despite its importance, forgiveness is not spoken about much. Here is information to help those who know they need to forgive.
Some interesting papers on the Bruderhof.