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Prepare For Winter’s Wrath

November 2018 Church Mutual Safety Tid-Bit: In many places, frigid temperatures and snow are on the way. This year, plan ahead so that you are ready to respond to severe… Read more

Responding to the trauma of sexual assault

A timely message from the Eastern PA Conference ICARE Team By the Rev. Susan L. Worrell In light of recent national news about sexual assault, including the sentencing of comedian… Read more

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September 2018 EPA Financial Update

Dear Conference, Below for your information is an overview of the EPA financial data for the period through September 30, 2018. Connectional Ministries Fund Church giving for the Connectional Ministries… Read more

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Certified Lay Minister (CLM) Module 3

November 17, 2018 @ 8:00 am

Certified Lay Minister (CLM) Module 3 Saturday, Nov. 17th from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Please contact Judy Ehninger to register for an orientation session:  ehninger@ptd.net OR judy.ehninger@gmail.com, (C) 610-442-3140, (H) 610-965-2290. View… Read more

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Domestic Violence: The Faith Community Responds

November 17, 2018 @ 9:00 am

Presenter: FaithTrust Institute – Rev. Lydia Mulkey West Lawn UMC 15 Woodside Ave, Reading, PA 19609 Cost: $15 to register by November 1. $20 to register after November 1. Offering… Read more

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Four Stations of the Holy Spirit workshop

November 17, 2018 @ 2:30 pm

The conference Congregational Development Team will host its fourth Four Stations of the Holy Spirit Training event on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 2:30 to 8 PM, at Bethany UMC, 3801… Read more

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Prepare For Winter’s Wrath

In many places, frigid temperatures and snow are on the way. Even warmer climates can experience freezing and snowfall at least once during the winter. This year, plan ahead so that you are ready to respond to severe winter weather:

  1. Prevent frozen pipes by identifying pipes most likely exposed to freezing temperatures
  2. If heavy snow is expected, have a plan to remove snow and prevent roof damage or collapse
  3. Prepare for weather emergencies by having an emergency kit ready to go

Winter weather can be damaging and dangerous. View the Severe Winter Weather Checklist from Church Mutual’s partner IBHS for more information, or visit our website Ask Risk Control Central to contact one of our professional risk consultants.