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Hybrid worship stretches churches continually. 29 people from 18 PNC churches join in online meeting to learn and share how they are worshiping

Leah Atkinson Bilinski of Fauntleroy UCC in Seattle describez how her church has “done” worship since COVID.
University Congregational UCC mixes video with in-person worship and plans to continue online into fhe future.
Shalom UCC in Richland with the Tri-Cities Immigrant Coalition formed Mutual Aid Project to help people devastated in COVID.
Puerto Rican couple serve as Global Ministries mission co-workers with Justapaz, the PNC-DOC partner in Colombia.
N-Sid-Sen director Mark Boyd observed that smaller sized camps were conducive to deeper conversations and relationships.
Hillary Coleman, moderator, reports on board of directors' projects and on Annual Meeting April 29 to May 1, 2022.
News Briefs include information on transitions, Communities in Practice, racial justice, farm workers and more.
Eagle Harbor UCC has been following state guidelines since returning to in-person worship. It continues online livestreaming.
Youth delegate to virtual General Synod is impressed with ginormous impact of national UCC on social justice issues.
Six volunteers from Chewelah UCC join volunteers from the community to feed hungry children during the summer.
In a stewardship appeal, Jim CastroLang reflects on chaos of worls and invites investment to help build communities of trust.
Emerging from COVID isolation Pilgrim Firs what is next for the site to meet needs of future campers and stay relevant.
Mike Denton reflects on how divisions are being used by both sides to break trust and consolidate power.