as passionate followers of Jesus Christ so all may experience God’s life-giving love
Bishop Hagiya’s Call to Prayer on Charlottesville and Racism
The blatant racism displayed in Charlottesville, VA these past several days is yet another reminder of the need to look inward into our own prejudices that enable such actions to be tolerated in our nation. History has shown us how racism has always been just under the surface of our culture and that all it takes is for some igniting issue to bring it full bore.
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Bishop Hagiya’s Call to Prayer on Guam and Korea
We here in the California-Pacific Conference are especially affected by these tensions, as we are responsible for the United Methodist Churches on Guam that is threatened specifically by North Korea. We also have the greatest number of Korean-American churches in the Connection, and fears spring up for relatives in both the North and South of Korea.
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As Bishop Hagiya introduced, our Conference ministries and initiatives will align according to four priorities as outlined in this diagram.
The California-Pacific Conference is a regional body of The United Methodist Church, made up of some 70,000 members in almost 350 local churches throughout Southern California, parts of Central California, Hawaii, the Pacific Islands, Guam and Saipan. Learn More
Cal-Pac is partnering with two other Conferences to help the Congo Episcopal Area build the Mama Lynn Center to address the needs of rape survivors in a location often called the “rape capital of the world." Learn More
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