This site was developed by Steve Seitz, a member of the University Park Church of the Brethren, in Hyattsville, MD, as a personal ministry for the congregation. Steve has a Masters of Divinity degree from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, PA, and is retired from a Federal health care research organization near Washington, D.C.
Contact ChristianSimpleLiving.org at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For website technical issues: email@example.com
Steve, and his Wife Dotti, have also created the
Transformation Puppet and
www.transformationpuppets.org, which produces puppet and
storytelling shows for churches, schools, and community centers in the
Mid-Atlantic region. Their shows focus on environmental, simple living,
behavioral, and faith-building topics.
Contact Transformation Puppet and Story Works at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Church of the Brethren is
one of the historic peace churches, along with other Anabaptist
churches including the Mennonites and Amish, as well as the Quakers, and
is rooted in a strong tradition of simplicity, social justice, and
peace-making as understood through the teachings of Jesus Christ.
Contact the Church of the Brethren main web site at: http://www.brethren.org/.
Contact the University Park Church of the Brethren at:
4431 Tuckerman Street
University Park, MD 20782
We have collaborated closely with The New Community
Project in building this site. NCP attempts to help all of us think twice about the impact of our
lifestyles on the planet and the vast disparities between the world's
people. It is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Elgin, IL and
supported primarily by donations from individuals and groups.
Contact information for the NewCommunity project:
718 Wilder Street
Elgin, IL 60123