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Hillary Coleman will be the moderator leading the PNC Board of Directors. A third generation member of University Congregational UCC in Seattle, she works with the Seattle King County Homeless Coalition.

Mike Denton shares the disruption and possibilities being brought by congregations not gathering because of COVID-19.
Hillary Coleman, PNC's next moderator, previously served on the Board as a youth and a young adult representative.
Climate Change Team wins passage of bill encouraging sustainable farming practices in the state.
Brenda and Don Mallett donate funds to complete improvements to South Lodge at Pilgrim Firs and advocate for more updates.
Courtney Stange-Tregear compiles opportunity for people to share stories and Lenten reflections online.
News Briefs share transitions, Pilgrim Firs serving, N-Sid-Sen camp songs, PNC's Google Group and other news.
Magnolia UCC joins neigbors to serve its community instead of gathering to worship one Sunday each year.
Andy CastsroLang testifies for an ordinance to limit decibels of protests of the Church of Planned Parenthood in Spokane.
Lora Rathbone educates members of Shalom UCC and the Richland Community on environmental justice issues.
Tree crushes cabin 8 at N-Sid-Sen during a wind storm. Plans are underway for replacing it. COVID-19 brings cancellations.
Annual Meeting 2020 has been cancelled because of COVID-19 need for social distancing. Parts will be presented online.
Mike Denton offers an update on action around the PNC to COVID-19, camps opening doors and opportunities to give.