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CONFERENCE CALENDAR

The following is a monthly view of the Conference Calendar listing the meeting and events of Conference ministries.  Please take note that each event might have a particular invited audience or stated purpose. 
To list a Conference event on the Conference Calendar, use the Communications Action Form.

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December 2018

Visioning the Future of Camp Cedar Glen

December 3, 2018
12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Chula Vista UMC Event

All pastors, children’s workers and youth leaders in San Diego are invited to participate in an important discussion about the opportunity to purchase the Slaughter property adjacent to Camp Cedar Glen to assure a vital future for this San Diego area ministry.

An overall presentation of the ministry of Camp Cedar Glen and the vision for its future including the Slaughter properties which skirt the entrance to the camp will be provided.

Lunch will be served and strategic and visionary conversation will be shared with pastors and leaders of children, youth and adult discipleship in the San Diego area.

RSVP by calling 626-568-7335 or e-mailing dberkey@calpacumc.org

Solidarity is Our Duty! Forum on Philippine Human Rights Crisis (Philippines Task Force) @Los Angeles

December 9, 2018
04:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Los Angeles First UMC, 1020 S Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90015 Event

Last week, In the Philippines on a National Humanitarian mission to bring food, and supplies to an Indigenous school, United Methodist Pastors, church leaders, and progressive congress representatives rescued the teachers and students who had fled in fear of their safety after their school was forcibly closed by the Philippine Military.

Stopped at a Philippine Military and Police check-point everyone was detained held for over twelve hours and then the Pastors, church leaders, and progressive congress reps and teachers were charged with trafficking of the children. While the Philippine Military and Police debated about who was the one officially charging them. The Philippine military and Police who is funded by our US Tax Dollars.

We aim to explore the connections to how our US Tax Dollars are funding the Human Rights Crisis throughout the Philippines, the pleas for solidarity from the Filipino people, and how we can deepen that solidarity here in Cal-Pac along with other community based organizations.

Learn more about the Human Rights situation in the Philippines at this event.