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Ministers’ Moments: A Space for Authentic Conversation About Ministry
Are you an actively serving authorized minister or lay pastor? On the first Tuesday of the month at 12:00pm CT you can join a Zoom call to connect with your Ministerial Staff and fellow clergy through a book study! These are public, non-confidential conversations for our active church leaders to check in and hold each other in a peaceful space, ask questions, and pray together in the midst of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. In June we will be starting Atlas of the Heart by Brené Brown.
Clergy Coffee Hour
A program partnered with Ministers’ Moments, Clergy Coffee Hour is a time for clergy in our Conferences to connect and visit via Zoom on the first Thursday of the month at 12:00pm CT. Sessions will be hosted by ACM Rev. Kendy Miller. All Clergy in our Conferences are welcome to join the Zoom call.
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Article shared by Sandy Gahn, member of Urbandale UCC: Recently, the refugee ministry group at Urbandale United Church of Christ in Urbandale, Iowa, led our church worship service. Our refugee ministry started in the fall of 2021 when we learned that many refugees...
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What can I do next? Send a message to lawmakers through the UCC’s “Take Action to End Gun Violence” campaign Use the "Worship Resources for Juneteenth 2022" from the Rocky Mountain Conference Connect with a Brave Space collaborating partner to help guide your...
Hello, my name is Kendy Miller, and I am the ACM for Care and Connection for Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota. And I am happy to be bringing you a vlog message today. Thank you for taking the time to listen. The world feels unsettled. There's a general feeling of a...
5 resources and action items you can explore to further your Creation Justice work: Attend The Faith of Prophets—Lessons for the Climate Crisis Check out American Climate Leadership Summit resources Read “Cathedral on Fire” Become a Creation Justice Church Sign the...
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