MOLO Village CDC

Clay Street Table Student Editor Interviews Doyle at Annual Gathering

By CHHSM-Member Ministry Contribution | April 11, 2024

By Audrey Farrimond, editor, Clay Street Table Newsletter Audrey Farrimond is a sophomore at Lincoln High School in Portland, Ore. As a freshman, she joined the school’s FlockFeast service club and immediately fell in love with the sense of community at Clay Street Table. Volunteering at Clay Street Table allows her to have an impact in…

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Panel Discussion During CHHSM Annual Gathering to Discuss Innovative Collaborations that Foster Community Sustainability

By Barb Powell | February 13, 2024

A more recent tradition at the CHHSM Annual Gathering — which takes place March 12-14, 2024, in St. Louis — is a plenary panel discussion on the gathering’s theme. This year, the panel takes place the afternoon of March 13, and will be a thought-provoking discussion on Innovation as the Gateway to Collaboration, where attendees…

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CHHSM Brings Message of Health and Human Service Collaboration to UCC Rural/Small Town Church Gathering

By Barb Powell | February 13, 2023

The UCC Council for Health and Human Service Ministries took a leading role in a first-ever Virtual National Gathering of UCC Rural/Small Town Churches and Ministries, held Feb. 9-11 from 4 to 7 p.m. each day. Throughout the three days, all of the keynotes and session presenters focused on the theme, “Nourishing the Seeds of…

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The Rev. Dr. Jamesetta Ferguson Named One of Five AARP 2023 Purpose Prize Winners

By Barb Powell | September 12, 2022

The Rev. Dr. Jamesetta Ferguson, president and CEO of MOLO Village, CDC (Community Development Corporation) and senior pastor of St. Peter’s UCC — both in Louisville, Ky. — has been named one of AARP’s 2023 Purpose Prize Award recipients. The one-of-a-kind national award honors people aged 50 and older who have proven that they are…

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Two Kentucky CHHSM Agencies Forge Partnership to Help Fill Mental Health Care Needs of the Community

By Barb Powell | April 12, 2022

Two Louisville, Ky., health and human service agencies are partnering to improve services to the Russell neighborhood of Louisville. The partnership began thanks to a conversation between Abby Drane, president and CEO of Seven Counties Services/Bellewood & Brooklawn (SCS/B&B), and the Rev. Dr. Jamesetta Ferguson, president and CEO of MOLO Village Community Development Corporation (CDC),…

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