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Are you searching for a creative study to use during Lent this year? Do you want something that’s accessible?You know, something where anyone can facilitate the group?Something that is available in person or online?Maybe something that reminds all of us the God created us to
The California-Pacific Conference’s vision: Ending Spiritual and Physical Hunger resonates and inspires the laity and clergy of our area to give, lead, and serve in new and exciting ways. Each week we will share a video from one of our churches that is living into
February 2, 2023 Over forty leading Californians have released an open letter to President Joe Biden, asking him to stop plans to erect enormous 30-foot walls across Friendship Park, the historic meeting place at the westernmost end of the US-Mexico border. Signers of the letter
Cal-Pac South DistrictJuly 20, 2022 On Monday, July 25, 2022, at 10:30 a.m. PDT, Nestor United Methodist Church in San Diego will host a groundbreaking ceremony for its new affordable housing complex. In partnership with affordable housing developer National CORE and the Hope through Housing
To say Cody Clark has a busy schedule at Patrick Henry High School may be an understatement. Clark works as a history teacher and athletic director. If that is not enough to keep him busy, he also serves as head coach for boys’ varsity soccer.
by Micah RennerJan. 30, 2022 It started with a direct message in the fall of 2020. I had not been raised in the church but rather found faith in Christianity as an adult. I chose to attend a small, private Christian college in 2019 after
The Collective Table is, today, a ministry that makes available conversation, music, meditation, and art. Their podcast has had as guests well-known Christian personalities such as Rob Bell, Jennifer Knapp, and Otis Moss III, among many others. The tagline at the top of their website
by the Rev. Gustavo VasquezNov. 9, 2021 | SAN DIEGO At the beginning of this century, the Rev. Bill Jenkins did not imagine that he would see a deep transformational process in the congregation that he was starting to serve. Jenkins had been appointed pastor
Normal Heights United Methodist Church is an open and affirming neighborhood parish with a social justice focus. The church’s application for the Trauma-Responsive Congregation Program through Boston University is one of nine selected nationally. This fellowship program provides funding for those congregations chosen to carry