PNC takes time to revise budget to reflect anti-racism priority
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Allysa De Wolf, pastor of Wayside UCC in Federal Way, will lead a General Synod workshop on cults and conspiracy theories.

Allysa De Wolf will lead a workshop on cults and conspiracy theories for the 2021 General Synod.
Dismantling Racism group leads gathering session in discussing encouraging PNC to be more anti-racist.
Hillary Coleman reviews decisions by Annual Meeting and encourages people to view video online.
African American and other delegates offer uplift prophetic moment of changing a budget item to reflect anti-racism.
Walla Walla UCC shares how it continued its outreach within the congregation and its community during COVID.
Lynn Nelson said that communication at Affirmational UCC in Colfax was done by snail mail.
MIke Denton observes that Bible and history can be complicated and suggests a book study..
Transitions, Disciples classes, General Synod climate webinar and global partnership with Colombia are announded.
Danette and Kelekolio Koloi were among the Samoan pastors leading the opening worship for the 2021 Annual Meeting.
Ed Coleman summarizes efforts of Stewardship Committee to help implement budget line item for anti-racism.
Leah Atkinson Bilinski shares reflections on behalf of the Stewardship Committee on giving being integral to faith.
Everett UCC shares overview of its mission outreach through COVID and beyond, including its vision and commitment.
Community Congregationalin Pullman began worship outdoors for its Easter Sunrise Service during COVID.
Tara Leininger reported said church began worship in person in June 2020 - social distancing was easy with few members.
Vaccinations are key to safely resuming camps and retreat programs at one-third the regular size at N-Sid-Sen this summer.
Pilgrim Firs ends COVID center and begins some retreats for stone sculpters, musicians and famlies.