Some useful addresses to websites for various strands of the movement are listed below. They are listed alphabetically by website address. Please note that BAHN does not endorse the content of external websites and these links are provided in the interests of historical research.
A site which has many documents of historical interest
Wikipedia site with historical details of various Brethren branches and leading individuals. Has the usual Wikipedia advantages and drawbacks.
The website of the Brethren movement in Germany has a number of historical documents in English, which are both primary and secondary sources
The official website of the Churches of God, including a listing of all their congregations worldwide. The Churches of God originated with the Open Brethren.
A site that lists Open Brethren assemblies in the United Kingdom, giving address details and, where available, emails and website details.
A high-quality introduction to internet resources on the Brethren movement by Dr Graham Johnson, the archivist at the Christian Brethren Archive.
A website which describes itself as the premier resource for the history and progress of the Exclusive Brethren, edited from a moderate Exclusive standpoint.
A website established by former Exclusive Brethren members to 'help break the chains and break down the barriers that prevent us from seeing our families, friends and loved ones'.
The official website of the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church (the Exclusive Brethren or the Plymouth Brethren No. 4).
For further information on internet resources, see the high-quality introduction to internet resources on the Brethren movement by Dr Graham Johnson, the archivist at the Christian Brethren Archive.