Welcome to BAHN The Brethren Archivists and Historians Network.

Promoting scholarly analysis and understanding of the Brethren movement. 

The aims of BAHN are: 

    • To encourage research into Brethren history world-wide, to assist those writing such history, and promote greater understanding of the development of the movement.
    • To publish, and support publication of, historical works on the Brethren, and to increase awareness of them.
    • To support the development of archives of Christian Brethren material, the deposit of material in such archives, and to make their resources better known.

Dr. Tim Grass: Brethren in the 1851 Census of Religious Worship

What light does the 1851 Census of Religion in England and Wales shed on the Brethren at that point?Dr. Tim Grass

Zoom Webinar Friday 8 March 2024, 7.00 pm (GMT)


BAHN Conference

BAHN Bicentennial Conference 2025

25-27 June 2025

Chief Men and Women of the Brethren revisited

Latest publication

George Müller’s Life and Work

Muller is famous for his faith in God’s provision for orphans, but there was so much more to Müller than this. He pastored Bethesda Chapel in Bristol, sponsored home and foreign mission through…

BAHN publishes an annual journal, Brethren Historical Review, which carries history articles, book reviews, and the occasional obituary.