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Slowing Down to Enjoy Christmas

Slowing Down to Enjoy Christmas

Over the years, I have wondered what it would be like to have a personal assistant in my home.  I would ask my personal assistant to straighten my sock drawer, run up to the store for that forgotten item, sort out my email inbox, make sure I don’t forget important birthdays . . .

North District At Large Members to Annual Conference

The North District is looking for eight people to be North District At Large Members to Annual Conference Thursday, June 15 – Sunday, June 18. Annual Conference is a gathering of clergy and laity from all the churches in the Desert Southwest Conference. To nominate someone . . .

Collaboration – Musicians & Clergy Workshop

Registration deadline is this Saturday, March 11. Musicians and Clergy will not want to miss this Ground-Breaking One-Day Workshop lead by Marcia McFee and Chuck Bell on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at First United Methodist Church of Phoenix.

Strengthen Collaboration

The East and West District is hosting a wonderful opportunity to help clergy and musicians across the Desert Southwest Conference strengthen their collaboration.

Collaboration – Clergy and Musician Workshop

Dr. Marcia McFee and Mr. Chuck Bell are offering a ground-breaking one-day workshop that brings clergy and musicians together in a learning environment that will enrich collaborations with exciting creative processes and skills.

Collaboration- Clergy and Musician Workshop

Dr. Marcia McFee and Mr. Chuck Bell are offering a ground-breaking one-day workshop that brings clergy and musicians together in a learning environment that will enrich collaborations with exciting creative processes and skills.

Collaboration- Clergy and Musician Workshop

Dr. Marcia McFee and Mr. Chuck Bell are offering a ground-breaking one-day workshop that brings clergy and musicians together in a learning environment that will enrich collaborations with exciting creative processes and skills.

Glittering Lights Living Nativity

“The churches that participate in the Living Nativity have an incredible time. They make a whole evening of it, with food, drinks and fellowship and take turns ‘acting’ the roles of the Nativity,” said John Bentham, Glittering Lights producer.

How the church can break taboo on mental illness

How the church can break taboo on mental illness

Since about one in four people in the United States will suffer some sort of mental illness this year, at least one person sitting in your pew this week is probably among them. Tricia Brown, writing for United Methodist Communications, shares how the church can help through education and encouragement. Read more

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