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Jonna Jensen is the PNC acting conference minister serving for a transitional period through October.

While transition is stressful, Jonna Jensen sees PNC filled with gifted leadership to help through this time.
Senior high camp directors anticipate a fruitful time of activities, discussions and interactions for campers.
Family camps at N-Sid-Sen are like family reunions for many of those who attend regularly and find nurture.
Moderator Tara Leininger lends perspective in her report and leads the delegates through a bylaws change.
Sophie Morse's ordination covenant includes a commitment to offer workshops and consulting on conflict resolution.
Dismantling Racism Task Force outliines to Annual Meeting their efforts to help move the PNC to live into being anti-racist.
Betty Speith Croll tells why she and her husband joined 40 members of 7 UCC churches in the Seattle Pride Parade.
Jonna Jensen invites everyoneto be open to the possibility that the Holy Spirit might be calling them to serve in ministry.
Camp managers report plans for church camps during July and August and introduce the summer staff.
Mark Boyd and Pam Peterson describe groups who use the camp in the off season as partners, sharing a commitment.
PNC Scribe Ron Patterson sums up the speakers, business, decisions, and relationships celebrated at Annual Meeting.
Traci Blackmon encourages wider unerstanding of church growth and the ongoing need to be working for justice.
Meighan Pritchard employs her commitment to environmental sustainability in the design of a house she has built.
PNC Board establishes Search Committee for intentional interim conference minister and announces timeline.
Summer news briefs include the usual transitions and events, but also briefs of church's rainbow banners, doors being vandalized.