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UCC Musicians National Network Conference

The United Church of Christ Musicians National Network (UCCMNN) will be holding their 2012 biennial conference “Renew, Refresh, Re-imagine” from June 22-25, 2012

Andover Newton Spirit of the Hill Award Honors The Rev. Bill Cunitz

The seventh annual Spirit of the Hill award will be presented this year to Rev. Bill Cunitz, M.Div. 1974, on May 17 in Newton Centre, MA.

Share 2012 Revolution; Living Into New Versions of Church

Share 2012 will be five days of fellowship, networking, service, learning, and worship, looking for spirit-filled and progressive change in the face of all the forces standing in the way of faithfulness to God and authentic Christian community.

Clergy Engagement in Suicide Intervention and Aftercare

One of the most challenging clergy care situations is suicide. Please consider participating in a study on Clergy Engagement with Suicide Intervention and Aftercare, and, in appreciation, get a gift card. You don’t need to have engaged the issue of suicide to participate.

Safe families ….Safer Communities

Dr. Romo and Svava Brooks will share key concepts and practices to help parents prevent and detect child sexual abuse in any setting.

Ecumenical and Interfaith News – April

The latest Ecumentical and Interfaith news brought to you by the joint Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee of the Pacific Southwest Region, Disciples of Christ, and the Southern California Nevada Conference, United Church of Christ.

Morrow McCombs Lecture

First Congregational Church, San Bernardino hosts the 25th Annual Morrow-McCombs Memorial Lecture, an annual lectureship established at California State University to promote Jewish-Islamic relations.

Music for a Sunday Afternoon in May – Schubert!

First Congregational Church, San Bernardino Invites you to Music For A Sunday Afternoon – A Schubert Conference.

2012 Summer Session at Pacific School of Religion

Between July 2 and August 10, PSR is offering more than twenty courses in religion, spirituality, theology, and leadership, among other subjects, as well as special writing courses, and free weekly lectures.

What in the World are You Doing?

The Global Ministries Committee requests your response to their survey. Please take a moment to complete.

Militarization, Human Rights and Threats to Justice in Guatemala

On Tuesday May 1st at 7:30 p.m., the Justice team of Neighborhood Congregational Church will host Guatemalan journalist Iduvina Hernández Batres and a member of The Guatemala Human Rights Commission to speak on Guatemalan human rights issues.

Fundamentals of Transitional Ministry

There is still time to register for this three-day course that addresses the dynamics of clergy leading churches through transitions.

Who Made Your TV? Reflections on Tijuana

Following a trip to Tijuana with Centro Romero Director Carlos Correa, Adam McLane reflects on his recent purchase of a flat screen TV and asks, “where is the America of Ellis Island?”

On My Own at Pilgrim Pines

Ghost stories, pranks, camp fires and wolf howls: Jim Woods experiences Summer Camp.

Put Yourself in the Picture: Synod 2013: Story IV: God at Work

Synod 2013: Why should you attend? What’s in it for you? “Satisfied customers” share the excitement of their Synod adventures. (Story IV: Rachel Chapman)

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