Embrace Your Truth Workshop: Feb 6 in Atlanta

Each of us have unlived aspects of ourselves waiting to be brought forth, for our own fulfillment and for the healing of our world. In this powerful workshop you’ll experience tools for discovering your divine potential and be inspired to live your truth courageously by hearing how a transgender woman used these tools to embrace […]

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Caring Community: February 2016

We are continuing the process of praying for authorized ministers, congregations, and ministry groups throughout 2016. 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 prayer requests in your local church newsletter, share them with your prayer circle, and […]

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Jottings from June: February 1, 2016

As we complete the work of closing the financial records for 2015, I find myself reflecting on themes of generosity and abundance. I am so grateful to all the churches and individuals that contributed to the ministry of the Southeast Conference. The monetary gifts are important to under-gird and sustain the expenses associated with our […]

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Sister Helen Prejean Presentation at Uplands

Sister Helen Prejean will be at Pleasant Hill UCC on March 13 The Shalom Center for Continuing Education is offering a program on the Uplands campus with Sister Helen Prejean, founder of the Ministry Against the Death Penalty. Sister Helen, a Roman Catholic nun, is perhaps best known for her book, Dead Man Walking: An […]

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Healthy Boundaries for Clergy and Church Leaders

The Southeast Conference, in partnership with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ ) in Georgia, are pleased to offer two Healthy Boundaries training sessions for clergy and church leaders. The purpose of these workshops is to equip ordained, commissioned, and licensed clergy, as well as other church leaders, to understand healthy boundaries that shape ministry relationships. […]

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PATHWAYS Advisory Committee Seeking Members

The PATHWAYS Advisory Committee is seeking to add new members with specific expertise. PATHWAYS, a ministry of the Southeast Conference, provides online theological education for individuals throughout the United Church of Christ, including individuals preparing for authorized ministry. While the PATHWAYS Advisory Committee members hold a high level of expertise in theology and education, new members […]

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Pilgrim Art Ministry in Birmingham, AL

NOTICED GOD LATELY? Pilgrim Arts Ministry at Pilgrim Church, UCC in Birmingham can help your vision! WHAT IT IS: A gathering of folks in the Birmingham area using different forms of art, from oils to coloring books, to express their individual spiritual journeys WHO CAN JOIN: The program is open to everyone. You do not have to […]

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Building an Inclusive Church Seminar in Johns Creek, GA

Church of the Savior UCC-Alpharetta, GA has partnered with nearby Johns Creek Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)-Johns Creek, GA to co-sponsor an ecumenical workshop, “Building an Inclusive Church,” March 11-12, 2016. This two-day workshop, to be held at Johns Creek Christian Church, is conducted by the Institute for Welcoming Resources, a program of the National […]

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Our History, Part 2: Reconciling Racial Differences

NOTE: The Rev. Edward “Ed” Brown was a pivotal figure in arranging the union of bodies that became the Southeast Conference in 1966. Two years after the UCC’s formation, Brown left ecumenical youth work in Europe in 1959 to help bring about non-violent solutions to racial problems in the southern United States. The UCC Board for […]

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Celebrating Anna Flowers’ Ordination

Anna Flowers was ordained to the Christian ministry at Kirkwood United Church of Christ on January 24, 2016.  Anna is serving as Family and Administrative Minister at Greenpoint Reformed Church in Brooklyn, New York. Originally from Halifax, Massachusetts, Anna attended the University of Chicago for undergraduate school. She and her husband Andrew moved to Georgia and Anna attended seminary at […]

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