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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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the current (8/16/18)

By Rev. Darin Arntson, Associate Director of Leadership of the California-Pacific Conference of The United Methodist Church I am excited…

3 days ago

Camp Lazy W Ranch Evacuated from Holy Fire

Camp Lazy W Ranch is in a mandatory evacuation situation due to the Holy fire which is currently about 3…

2 weeks ago

Official Summary of the 34th Annual Session of the California-Pacific Conference

Songs of praise and celebration ushered in the Spirit of God and enlivened the hearts of some 1,200 United Methodists…

1 month ago

AC2018 – UM Daily (Saturday, 6/16/18)

The UM Daily, which is the official minutes of the Conference once in the Conference Journal*, for Saturday, June 16,…

1 month ago

Bishop Hagiya’s Appointments Announcement 2018 (July 1, 2018)

We are pleased to announce that as of July 1, 2018, Bishop Grant J. Hagiya appoints the following pastors to…

2 months ago

Declaración Pastoral en Apoyo a las Familias Detenidas y Separadas

La misión del Comité de Trabajo de Inmigración es ayudar a equipar a nuestras Conferencias Anuales que estén en ministerio…

2 months ago