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April Jottings from June

TRANSFIGURATION Many of the members of the Southeast Conference have heard me speak about my call to serve this Conference as pastor and teacher and to lead the Conference in a process of visioning, planning, and preparing a road map for the future. My title is Designated Conference Minister because I was called to a […]

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Reflections on Selma

The Southeast Conference has an active legacy from the Civil Rights movement. As the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday was observed in Selma, several of our UCC churches were present there to witness to our commitment to justice and solidarity. The following reflections are from members of three UCC churches that attended. We are grateful […]

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Celebrating New Grants from Transforming Churches Transforming Lives

The following churches have received grants from the Transforming Churches Transforming Lives Capital Campaign. Take a look at the powerful ministries that are happening through efforts of our congregations! First Montgomery Congregational Christian, Montgomery, AL. The Centinnial Hill Community Back to School project will invite hundreds of children, youth and their parents to receive needed school supplies.  Partnering with […]

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Caring Community

We are continuing the process of praying for authorized ministers, congregations, and ministry groups throughout 2015. Each month, we will publish a weekly list for the month and post them weekly on our Facebook page. We encourage you to include these prayers requests in your local church newsletter, share them with your prayer circle, and include them in […]

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Justice LED Training

Going Up River: Working for Systemic Chang Saturday. April 25, 2015 Registration: 8:30am Workshop: 9:00am – 4:30am, lunch included At Kirkwood, UCC in Atlanta Join us for for Justice LED Training in Atlanta! Click here to register on Eventbrite There is a parable that describes individuals coming down a river, struggling to stay afloat. Villagers […]

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PATHWAYS Level 1 Graduation

PATHWAYS is proud to announce seven graduates who have successfully completed all of the Level 1 courses in a little over two years as the pilot cohort. Representing both lay and authorized local church leaders of two UCC conferences—the Southeast and the Iowa conference— they journeyed through thick and thin, pushing the limits of their […]

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PATHWAYS Leadership Retreat: A Time to Reflect, Envision, and Connect

On March 6~7, 2015, PATHWAYS Faculty and Advisory Committee members gathered at the cozy surroundings of the Lake Lanier Conference Center in Buford, Georgia, for facilitator training and program visioning sessions. The leadership retreat offered a time of community building and worship, and the opportunity to share experiences and expectations related to the Conference’s leadership […]

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A Sabbatical Journey: Exploration in the East-West Dialogue

PATHWAYS Dean, Rev. Dr. Sarah Kim, will be taking a sabbatical leave from April 15th through July 15th and will be traveling abroad in the Far East—South Korea & Japan. She hopes to spend this time for physical and spiritual renewal as well as to engage in a research project on the topic of Northeast […]

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