From Our Ministries


Leaders Reflect on Nollau Experience

November 11, 2014

Marti Coplai had attended countless conferences as a leader in services for older adults. But when her supervisor sent her to the Nollau Institute, she found it was a very different kind of experience.

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CHHSM Mobilizes to Support Ferguson

October 14, 2014

CHHSM convened members in September to discuss the situation in Ferguson, Missouri, where Michael Brown, an 18-year-old black man, was shot by a white police officer in August.

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Servant Leader

“The experience of attending the Nollau Institute helped me view leadership, purpose, compassion, social justice and spirituality in a panoramic way; ensuring that I keep all elements in mind when supporting the mission of my organization, its staff and the families that we serve ... "

Stephanie Franklin, Director of the Teen Parent Service Network at UCAN

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From the President

From Longing to Belonging

As I reflect on what it means to be a membership organization, my viewpoint is touched by the recent holidays – the Advent season of anticipation, the warmth and happiness of Christmas, and the hope of the New Year.

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Our Shared History

Nollau: A History of Service That Thrives Today

Louis Edward Nollau personified the adage “bloom where you’re planted” even though where he was planted, at the time, looked like a failed ministry opportunity.

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