Cal-Nev Clergy and Laity Train to ‘Do No Harm’

“Many of us brought pain, grief, and disappointment with us to San Antonio,” said the Rev. Kristie Olah, referring to the 2018 Do No Harm conference of the General Commission on the Status and Role of Women (COSROW), that came just a week after the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. Olah was part of a 13-member contingent from the California-Nevada Annual Conference – a mixture of clergy and laity – who made the trek to Texas for the October 11-13 event.

Early Response Team Training Scheduled for November

An Early Response Team (ERT) training has been scheduled for Saturday, November 17, 2018, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the Conference Center, 1350 Halyard Drive, in West ...

NETworX Really WorX, According to One Young Mother

Maria, a young mother, is a "Champion" in the Carson City, Nevada NETworX program. (Champions are people who want to improve their standard of living – indeed, their lives ...

Strengthening Our Connection

The California-Nevada Annual Conference recently participated in a milestone event: a summit for UM Volunteers in Mission (UMVIM), Conference Disaster Response Coordinators ...

Join 2019 Mission Trip to Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria, one of the most powerful hurricanes in history, devastated the Island of Puerto Rico in 2017. Aware that recovery would be long and challenging, members of ...

An Interview with the New Conference Exec. Director of Congregational Development

Just three months into his new role as Executive Director of Congregational Development for the California-Nevada Annual Conference, The Rev. Craig S. Brown says he doesn’t ...

Exploring Your Ministry Style

“Exploring Your Ministry Style” is a two-day workshop for pastoral leaders sponsored by the California-Nevada Office of Congregational Development featuring Jim Griffith, ...

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