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April 2022 Apportionments Report

April apportionments improved compared to 2021. Like last year, the Conference fully paid one month (8.3%) of 2022 apportionments for all of our churches. Our churches paid another 21.0%, resulting in an overall apportionments receipt level of 29.3% for the first 4 months of the year.

Here Comes the Summer (Doo do doo doo!)

By Patricia Pegram, Camp & Retreat Ministries   Summer is quickly approaching and camps still need your help to fulfill our mission of sending every child to camp who wants to attend; All Play Fundraising is ongoing, so you are still able to donate to our...

The Long Journey

By Billie Fidlin, Director of Justice & Outreach In 2017 National Justice for Our Neighbors produced a video, sharing words from DACA students about what it means to be able to go to school in the United States. What it means for their futures, and in turn, I...

March 2022 Apportionments Decline Slightly

By Randy Bowman, Director of Finance & Administration March apportionments declined slightly compared to 2021. Like last year, the Conference fully paid one month (8.3%) of 2022 apportionments for all of our churches. Our churches paid another 14.3%, resulting in...

Annual Conference Update

By Rev. Jen Lambert, Conference Secretary Greetings in the name of the Risen Christ! Bishop Grant Hagiya, in consultation with the Sessions Committee for the Desert Southwest Conference, has confirmed dates for Annual Conference 2022. Annual Conference will be held...

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