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Annual meeting delegates, clergy and visitors filling Pilgrim Firs explore together understandings about what church vitality is. Courtney Stange Tregear, conference minister of church vitality, offers a reflection on Micah 6:8 and how the call to do justice, love mercy and walk humbly relate to the vitality of churches.

Annual Meeting delegates, clergy and visitors seek to explore and understand what church vitality is.
PNC adopts a budget that challenges the Conference to work toward vitality and honors commitment to national,
Speaking by video, General Minister and President of the national UCC John Dorhauer shares reflections with PNC.
Pride Worship Service has more clergy of more faiths involved in planning and conducting it.
PNC global partners in East Seoul Presbytery share concerns about military tensions on the Korean peninsula.
New Pilgrims Community in changes its name and its style, but not its ministry of outreach to the community.
Understanding the cycle of the victim/villain/hero helps both individuals and congregations address conflict.
N-Sid-Sen welcomes international staff for the summer. Pilgrim Firs has local staff, many who go home each day.
Jenn Hagedorn is being recognized at General Synod 2017 with the Youth/Young Adult Justice Award.
PNC Board seeks to shrink distances between people and congregations in the Conference.
Mike Denton tells of Rufus Anderson's three self-principles intended to encourage missionaries to be partners.
Briana Brannon introduces resolution for PNC and churches to be welcoming of immigrants and refugees.
UCC clergy and members jointhousands at the March for Science in Seattle and other communities.
Helen Bonser who helped start the Pride Parade in Spokane is now a member of the Veradale UCC.

Seattle Pride Parade 2017

Seattle Pride Parade seeks to clearly demonstrate the commitment of the UCC to advocate for LGBT people and issues.
Eagle Harbor UCC plants a community cypress tree for Arbor Day/Earth Day event held at the church.
PNC couple volunteered to teach English with Global Ministries partners in Sri Lanka for three months in 2017.
Justice Leadership programs for young adults and older adults spread the work for justice among churches and agencies.
Justice Witness Ministries meets on teleconference, has hotsheet and a website to communicate justice action.
Transitions for clergy and news on events, including the 2017 General Synod June 30 to July 4 are included.