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PNC February 2017
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Courtney Stange-Tregear

Courtney Stange-Tregear shares her background and her approach to being the PNC's minister of church vitality.

Courtney Stange=Tregear As churches are about communities, communities will care about churches, said Courtney Stange-Tregear.
Anacortes In Anacortes, Pilgrim UCC has 15 members who volunteer to give out backpacks at Project Homeless Connect.
Mary Olney Two members of All Pilgrimsspend three months in Sri Lanka as volunteers with UCC/Disciples Global Ministries.
nss N-Sid-Sen and Pilgrim Firs embark on new camping programing for 2018 with mission camps at Pilgrim Firs.
sanctuary Richmond Beach UCC voted on Jan. 29 to become a sanctuary church to shelter refugees from deportation.
Erik and Kim Free Erik and Kim Free visit in Northwest churches to tell about their work with Global Ministries in Mozambique.
news News Briefs include stories of transitions and stories of workshops, retreats and other events in the Conference.
Ask a Muslim Northshore UCC holds events to meet Muslims, dismantle racism, offer meaningful movies and learn of white privilege.
Fox Island vigil About 40 members of Fox Island UCC have learned about complexities of immigration by vigils at detention center.
Leslie Cushman Leslie Cushman of the PNC Justice and Witness Ministries Committee advocates for reform of deadly use of force laws.
Courtney and colleagues Courtney Stange-Tregear shares her impressions from having participated in the Women's March in D.C.
photos of women's marches Members of PNC churches from Spokane to Seattle to Bellingham joined in local Women's Marches.
annual meeting In 2017, there will be two Annual Meetings, one for business at Pilgrim Firs and one for education at N-Sid-Sen.
Mike Denton Mike Denton discusses issues of the separation of church and state as needed to prevent establishment of a religion.