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Cedar Community's Cedar Lake Pharmacy is Site for Get the Meds Out Program »

September 6, 2011

Cedar Community in West Bend, Wis., in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Extension Milwaukee, is participating in the Get the Meds Out Program. The program allows individuals to pick up mailing envelopes and package their unwanted medications and send them to a safe disposal facility

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Gifts That Live »

September 6, 2011

Supporters of CHHSM organizations can establish a gift that will pay them income for the rest of their lives.  The United Church of Christ (UCC) offers charitable gift annuities, remainder trusts and pooled income fund gifts which provide income, significant tax benefits and the satisfaction of supporting mission and ministry beyond their own lifetimes. 

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Ken Daniel »

September 1, 2011

A servant leader is the custodian of an organization's mission, vision, and values, especially how these are manifested in the complex web of daily business, human resources, and outreach activities.

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CHHSM Members Encouraged to Join Church-Wide Fight Against Hunger »

August 31, 2011

What promises to be the UCC’s largest anti-hunger initiative to date will kickoff across the U.S. on Nov. 1. Mission: 1 will rally all members of the UCC for 11 days of concentrated effort stocking local food banks and fighting food-related injustices. 

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Partnership Provides Role Models for Teen Moms »

August 30, 2011

“I have been in your shoes,” an African-American woman says to a group of teenage mothers in St. Louis, Mo., “and now I’m vice president of a bank.” For a young woman just beginning to grapple with parenthood, few words could be more powerful.

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Our Countercultural Movement »

August 30, 2011

The mission of the Council for Health and Human Service Ministries is to sustain and advance the healing and service ministries of the church. In today’s world, this is a fundamentally countercultural mission.