Bellewood and Brooklawn

Ministry Moments from the President

By Jamar Doyle | February 13, 2024

This short, monthly video conversation highlights various CHHSM ministries and partners, as together we build a more just, equitable, caring, and compassionate world. In this month’s video, Jamar Doyle, president and CEO of CHHSM, interviews Abby Drane, president and CEO of Bellewood and Brooklawn in Louisville, Ky. #BeAVoiceCHHSM

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Nollau Leadership Institute: Walking Together in Faith

By Barb Powell | December 14, 2023

The participants in the 2023-2024 Nollau Leadership Institute class are two-thirds the way through their year-long experience, and starting to work on their final capstone projects, which will be displayed at CHHSM’s 86th Annual Gathering, March 12-14, 2024, in St. Louis. As with all Nollau classes, this year’s class is shaped by its retreats, held…

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Abby Drane Recognized Among Louisville’s Most Admired CEOs 

By CHHSM-Member Ministry Contribution | December 13, 2023

Abby Drane — president and CEO of Seven Counties Services in Louisville, Ky., CHHSM board member and former CHHSM board president — has been recognized as a “Most Admired CEO” by Louisville Business First. Drane is among the 26 honored CEOs receiving this award, representing leadership across diverse industries such as professional services, construction, nonprofits, financial…

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Readinger to Retire in 2022; CHHSM Board to Begin Search in September

By Barb Powell | August 13, 2021

Michael J. Readinger, president and CEO of the United Church of Christ’s Council for Health and Human Service Ministries (CHHSM), has announced that he will retire in April 2022. The CHHSM Board has retained the services of the Equius Group in order to conduct a thorough and diverse search for the position. “I cannot express…

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Year-in-Review: CHHSM Board Examines Work on Race, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with Eye on Future Actions

By Barb Powell | June 14, 2021

The CHHSM Board of Directors, meeting online June 7-9, focused a large portion of its meeting reviewing the commitments made by the Board, staff, and members in the June 2020 statement on the pandemic of systemic racism. At the top of the list was the final report of the organization’s recently completed Race, Diversity, Equity,…

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