Clergy Self-Care and Soul-Care: Dimensions of Grief


This has been a year when so many have experienced a variety of losses. Clergy have shared those burdens as well as carrying their own. All DSC clergy and anyone under appointment in the Desert Southwest Conference are invited to participate in a four-part series to help participants understand the many losses that can contribute […]

Lay Servant Training 04/29/2021 – Zoom


Courses Offered Basic Course – Introduction to Lay Servant Ministries – an introductory course designed to equip new church leaders and renew current leaders in The UMC. Participant text: Lay Servant Ministries Basic Course, Sandy Jackson The course is scheduled for Thursdays, April 29, May 6, 13, 20, & 27 from 6:30-8:30 PM. (Pacific time) Attendance at all sessions […]

Economic Inequality & Criminal Justice


by Bud Clark, Chair, Economic Inequality Task Force On May 6, 2021, from 7:00-8:00 PM (Pacific Time) the Desert Southwest Conference Economic Inequality Task Force of the Conference Board of Church & Society, will present the third webinar in the series for 2021. This event will discuss economic inequality and its impact on prison reform. […]

North District Women’s Retreat

Potosi Pines Camp 10910 Mt. Potosi Canyon Road, Las Vegas, NV

Register today for the North District Women's Retreat at Potosi Pines Camp!

Tuesday Talks with Church Communicators

This weekly meeting on Tuesdays at 10:00 AM (Arizona Time) is a networking, and communications support gathering for all persons that work or volunteer as a church communicator. That may be the pastor, the secretary, the social media manager, the person in charge of the newsletter, or someone from the worship team. The meetings last […]

Panel Discussion with AAPI Clergy and Laity


Hosted by the DSC-Race Coalition, this panel discussion with AAPI clergy and laity in the DSC includes sharing their experiences of racism in our churches and communities. Panelists include: Minwoo Ahn – A layperson at First UMC in Tucson and international graduate student from Tucson, Arizona. Rev. Jungrea Chung – A retired clergy who often […]

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