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Dorhauer Named Candidate to Become UCC's Ninth General Minister and President »

February 13, 2015

The General Minister and President Search Committee has identified a candidate to become the ninth leader of the United Church of Christ. The Rev. John C. Dorhauer, conference minister of the Southwest Conference of the UCC, is the search committee’s candidate, named Friday, Feb.13, chosen to lead the nearly 1-million-member denomination into the future.

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Transformation »

February 11, 2015

Why all this talk about transformation? Because transformation is the only constant that exists in our lives. Transformation happens at every level, starting with our personal interactions, friendships and networks, which have profound impacts on our world views. We are also informed and influenced by the social, political and legal environment that shapes our society. 

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Technology Connects Communities, Provides Portal to Future »

February 11, 2015

If Horizon House residents want to plan their schedules or look up a friend’s phone number, they have to get a paper copy of the community’s activities calendar and resident directory.

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Pilgrim Place Celebrates the Last Century, Anticipates the Next »

February 9, 2015

A centennial is a good time to commemorate an organization’s history. But Pilgrim Place in Claremont, California, is not only celebrating its achievements but also planning for its next 100 years.

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Advocate Health Care Named Among the Nation’s Best for Integrated Care »

February 9, 2015

Advocate Health Care has been ranked fifth in the Top 100 Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs) by IMS Health. 

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UCC to March Forth for Literacy »

February 4, 2015

Volunteer at an after-school program. Donate books to a local library. Build a "Little Library" in the community. The United Church of Christ, urging congregations to promote literacy in the Reading Changes Lives initiative, is reminding members to take action next month by collecting books, volunteering, advocating and donating in a one-day, church-wide effort—March Forth for Literacy—on March 4.