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Three Great Loves

The United Church of Christ has a vision of a just world for all. In this world all are welcomed, everyone is loved and justice is inherent. The 3 Great Loves is the denomination’s opportunity to express how our Love of Neighbor, Love of Children, and Love of Creation work together to address the inequities […]

Healthy Boundaries in Retirement

This document details boundary guidelines for retirees in their actions in the church, in the community, and on social media. There is also information on clergy requirements after retirement, pastor emeritus/emerita roles, and the proposed “Omega Standing”. Healthy Boundaries in Retirement

Leadership Project

First United Church of Christ in Royersford, using a New Ministries Grant from the Pennsylvania Southeast Conference, developed a training program to strengthen volunteer leaders in churches. The objective was to create a way for the volunteer leaders from churches and non-profit organizations in the local communities to practice the basic disciplines of team building […]

Mentor Training PowerPoint

Mentors have a significant role in the formation of Authorized Ministers in the Pennsylvania Southeast Conference. PSEC regularly has training events for these mentors. If you are a mentor looking for information, you may find it in the Mentor Training Power Point.

Seminary Student Grant Assistance

For a number of years the Pennsylvania Southeast Conference has provided scholarships for members in discernment of the five Associations. These scholarships have been funded by the income from the Arcadia Make-a-Difference Endowment of the PSEC. Most recently we have been able to support full-time students at the rate of $500/semester; part-time students have received half […]