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Pastoral Care for our Caring Pastors

In partnership with the Center for Pacific and Asian-American Ministries (CPAAM), Claremont School of Theology, and The Clinebell Institute, this program aims to provide support to Asian American pastors serving in cross-cultural and multi-cultural contexts and their congregations on February 3-4, 2016.

The long-term goal is to help pastors and laity to develop understanding of cultural identities and pastoral practice within multi-cultural settings and facilitate capacity building for cross-cultural work and ultimately become “wounded healers.”


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Recovery Team Mission Trip to Puerto Rico 2018

The New York Conference Disaster Response Ministries is planning a Recovery Team mission trip to Puerto Rico from June 16…

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Bishop Hagiya’s Statement on Constitutional Amendments Certification

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Bishop Hagiya: Statement on Council of Bishop’s May 2018 Meeting

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New United Methodist Church San Bernardino Preparing to Launch in 2018

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Special Sunday 2018: Peace With Justice Sunday is May 27, 2018

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2018 Spanish American Institute Scholarships Now Available

The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to deserving Latino students pursuing a 2-year or 4-year degree…

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