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The Minnesota Council of Churches (MCC) announces a merger with the Minnesota Council of Churches Foundation (MCCF). MCCF will merge into Minnesota Council of Churches. The Foundation was formed in 1950 to oversee endowment funds donated in support of the ministry of the Council.

 

We’re so excited to welcome back Katia Iverson Kadogo after few years away. Katia is returning in the role of Manager of Health and Education, a new role that will oversee our expanded programming in that area.

We’re excited to welcome Emily Titus, our new specialist in the Intensive Case Management program. Her role involves coming alongside refugees who have a particular vulnerability to develop a plan for self-sufficiency and supporting them in that goal.

We're excited to have Nou Vang with us this summer as a MSW intern. Nou is helping with our case management and resettlement services.

June 9, 2021

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May 26, 2021

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April 28, 2021

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Minnesota Council of Churches issues statement on Chauvin verdict

 

April 14, 2021

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NEWS RELEASE

 

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April 13, 2021

 

 

Minnesota Council of Churches Statement on Killing of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center by Police

 

This story, stemming from a Blessed Ramadan sign, brought tears to audience members at a luncheon. It came to us from a Twin Cities Metro Area clergyperson:

Today I wasn’t home when our groceries were delivered. My husband was home.

March 31, 2021

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In response to advocacy from a survivor of abuse which took place in a church, MCC's CEO Rev. Dr.

March 17, 2021

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News  

On Friday, March 12, 2021, Gov. Tim Walz, citing progess on vaccinations in Minnesota, announced changed guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health relating to worship services and celebrations of life events. Here is a summary:

 

Banner reads "Rethinking Multiethnic Churches Free Webinar March 31 1pm CDT" with headshots of five speakers including MCC CEO Rev. Dr. Curtiss Paul Deyoung

Are multiethnic churches succeeding?

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The Minnesota Council of Churches (MCC) announces a merger with the Minnesota Council of Churches Foundation (MCCF). MCCF will merge into Minnesota Council of Churches. The Foundation was formed in 1950 to oversee endowment funds donated in support of the ministry of the Council.

 

We’re so excited to welcome back Katia Iverson Kadogo after few years away. Katia is returning in the role of Manager of Health and Education, a new role that will oversee our expanded programming in that area.

We’re excited to welcome Emily Titus, our new specialist in the Intensive Case Management program. Her role involves coming alongside refugees who have a particular vulnerability to develop a plan for self-sufficiency and supporting them in that goal.

We're excited to have Nou Vang with us this summer as a MSW intern. Nou is helping with our case management and resettlement services.

June 9, 2021

In this Issue

News  

May 26, 2021

In this Issue

News  

April 28, 2021

In this Issue

News  

Minnesota Council of Churches issues statement on Chauvin verdict

 

April 14, 2021

In this Issue

News  

 

NEWS RELEASE

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE          

April 13, 2021

 

 

Minnesota Council of Churches Statement on Killing of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center by Police

 

This story, stemming from a Blessed Ramadan sign, brought tears to audience members at a luncheon. It came to us from a Twin Cities Metro Area clergyperson:

Today I wasn’t home when our groceries were delivered. My husband was home.

March 31, 2021

In this Issue

News  

In response to advocacy from a survivor of abuse which took place in a church, MCC's CEO Rev. Dr.

March 17, 2021

In this Issue

News  

On Friday, March 12, 2021, Gov. Tim Walz, citing progess on vaccinations in Minnesota, announced changed guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health relating to worship services and celebrations of life events. Here is a summary:

 

Banner reads "Rethinking Multiethnic Churches Free Webinar March 31 1pm CDT" with headshots of five speakers including MCC CEO Rev. Dr. Curtiss Paul Deyoung

Are multiethnic churches succeeding?

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