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2020 Conference uses little time to make big decisions

Numerous reports, awards presented, all pre-recorded By John W. Coleman To ensure members’ safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, the 234th Eastern PA Annual Conference conducted its business session solely online… Read more

People of color to seek insights, remedies to racial trauma

By John W. Coleman The Rev. R. Dandridge Collins, Ph.D., will help people of color from the Eastern PA Conference unveil the often hidden trauma experienced from racism and seek… Read more

Details of Annual Conference 2020

More Annual Conference 2020 information and the livestream video of Wednesday’s two worship services are accessible from our AC2020 web page. The Eastern PA Conference’s 234th Annual Conference Business Session… Read more

DACA Dreamers to share their stories, Oct. 31

Meet and learn about DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) immigrants, known as Dreamers, through a virtual encounter with several of them on Saturday, Oct. 31, 10 to 11:30 AM, on Zoom. That’s… Read more

Latino Commission continues lay training classes on Zoom

The Eastern PA Conference Latino Commission has moved its lay theological education program online since the COVID-19 pandemic forced the end of in-person classes. Its popular classes resume this Saturday,… Read more

Seminar to help churches respond to domestic violence in families

By John W. Coleman October is annually National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time when attention to the ongoing crisis in domestic and intimate-partner violence increases thanks to the media… Read more

Conference awards record number of scholarships in 2020

This fall the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference Scholarship Committee awarded 20 academic scholarships to deserving students, the committee’s highest number in one semester. Scholarships are awarded for the fall and spring… Read more

Conference members hear of proposed sale of Innabah property

By John W. Coleman Eastern PA Conference members heard a resolution presented Oct. 5 that would authorize the conference to sell up to 50+/- acres of land at Innabah Camp… Read more

Laity urged to join Conference’s newest Facebook group

More people each week are asking to join and participate in the new Eastern PA Conference Laity Facebook page. Why not join them and help grow our Facebook Community?

Support urged for new law giving driver licenses to undocumented immigrants

At least five Eastern PA Conference congregations are supporting a new advocacy campaign calling for valid Pennsylvania driver’s licenses to be made available to undocumented immigrants. That humanitarian campaign for… Read more