At the beginning of April, the Pennsylvania Southeast Conference pulled money from its “rainy day” fund from the proceeds of the sales of Camp Mensch Mill and the Collegeville Church House to send each of our 156 churches a check for $1,000 to help during the pandemic. Churches were instructed to used the money in […]
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As churches of the Pennsylvania Southeast Conference began to plan to resume in-person services the Conference staff was receiving requests for leads on hand sanitizer. Conference Minister Bill Worley and Conference Disaster Coordinator Karl Jones consulted to determine if the Conference could assist with this request. Karl accepted the task. The first option explored was […]
One of the things that clergy look forward to each year at Clergy Convocation is browsing, discussing, and buying books from Byron Borger from Hearts and Minds Books. Clergy Convocation planning chair Rev. Nick Pence virtually met with Byron to discuss book recommendations to share. You can view that conversation here. If you don’t have […]
The Pennsylvania Southeast Conference Consistory is pleased to introduce Rev. Dr. Susan Minasian as the Interim Associate Conference Minister for Search and Call. Susan’s selection concludes a search that began Dec. 1 after the announcement of Rev. Sharon Morris’s resignation. The Consistory created a brief interim profile, solicited potential candidates, conducted interviews and selected Susan […]
The following dates have been tentatively set for events sponsored by the Pennsylvania Southeast Conference for 2020. Please save the dates and subscribe to the weekly eNews email or watch the website for further information and registration. January: 11 – Diversity Training at Boehm’s 14 – Church Secretary Training 14-16 Women’s Clergy Retreat 24-25 Cultivating […]
More than 225 delegates and visitors attended last Sunday’s Fall Conference Meeting at Ursinus College, which is celebrating its 150th Anniversary this year. We honored our historic ties with the college by opening the meeting with a welcome and invocation by College Chaplain Rev. Terri Ofori. Delegates passed the 2020 spending plan, committed to further […]
This article was written comes from Billi Charron, Outreach Coordinator at Old First Reformed Church. If your church would like to share information on one of its ministries here, please contact Brea Rarick: email@example.com. Old First UCC has been offering a ministry to the homeless by way of homeless shelter for 35+ years. […]
Carversville United Church of Christ recently began trying a new monthly jazz vespers service. The first service in their three-month trial run was held in October. Additional events are scheduled for Nov. 10 and Dec. 8 at 5:30p at the church: 3736 AquetongRd., Carversville. Read more about the services below. If you’re a jazz enthusiast […]
In 2015, the General Synod (General Synod 30) voted in response to climate change, to call for the complete elimination of fossil fuels for energy by 2040. The final wording of the resolution was this, “be it finally resolved that it is our belief that the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy is among […]
Helping Hands is a humanitarian program that reunites unaccompanied youth from Central America with family that already resides in the USA. Bethany Children’s Home provides them with a safe place to live and grow until they are reunited with their families. They are currently in need of the items listed below, as many of the […]