A Children Worship & Wonder Training Event will be held August 19 – 21, 2011 at First Christian Church, Burbank, California.
The latest Ecumenical and Interfaith News brought to you by the Joint Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee of the Pacific Southwest Region of the Christian Church (DOC) and the Southern California Nevada Conference of the United Church of Christ
At the Cornerstone Fund, we’re always evaluating ways to help our investors earn more from their investments. Now, all of our investments of 18 months or more offer the Step Up Your Rate option.
Laguna Beach’s Neighborhood Congregational Church welcomes Big Wide Grin on Friday, August 12, 7:30 pm in the church sanctuary. Big Wide Grin, a soulful acoustic 3 Peace Band, brings their folk music to Laguna for one night only.
Laid off? Downsized? Looking to change careers? Think “Tuesday with Transitioners!” Jennifer Oliver O’Connell discusses the the program’s success.
Three medals! San Diego pastor and his partner capture silver at the International Gay and Lesbian Aquatic meet in Oahu.
Worship, workshops, speakers, sacred dance, children playing in the sand – and cookies, lots and lots of cookies. Imagine the possibilities!
Is there a link between our diets and our faith? And can we mindfully, faithfully eat cookies at synod? Diane Ryder discusses The Mindful and Faithful Eating Resolution.
Southern California united in common cause and common prayer to remember 9.11.01.
Bruce Jones looks at Brian McLaren’s “A Generous Orthodoxy.”
“Home Alone” on the streets of New York at 10, David Alicea became a UCC success story.
Teen faith, it is said, is not durable enough to survive long after high school. Dave Palmer researches possibilities for ending the exodus.
How did an “irenic Evangelical who is essentially Reformed in theology and purpose driven in philosophy, a pastor-teacher who equips the saints for the ministry” find his way to the UCC? Here’s Phil Corr’s story.
CLUE-LA has sent a letter to Ralph’s, Von’s, and Albertsons with the signatures of over 20 high-level judicatory leaders (bishops, Jewish and Christian leaders), including SCNC UCC Conference Minister Felix Villanueva, demanding the managers stop stalling talks, come to the bargaining table and make resonable offers to workers.
The God Is Still Speaking Players’ next production will be Sister Amnesia’s Country Western Nunsense Jamboree – the country western installment of the Nunsense compendium of 9 plays. Performances will be September 2-5 and 9-11.