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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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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?

"Seeking Justice, Caring for Community, Preparing for the Days Ahead" featured Black clergy from Minnesota and elsewhere offering advice to Minnesota churches on how to prepare for the Derek Chauvin trial. Watch Rev. Traci Blackmon (United Church of Christ), Rev. Dr.

February 17, 2021

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The following is shared from the Plymouth Center for Reconciliation...

 

In 2020 Healing Minnesota Stories adapted the Sacred Sites Tour into a documentary script. That script is available to view at the Minnesota Council of Churches offices during regular business hours. If you want to read the script please make an appointment by contacting Rev.

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We share this email in its entirety from the Faith Leaders distribution list of the Minnesota Department of Health:

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Hello Faith Leaders;

 

The Minnesota Council of Churches acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral homeland of the Dakota People. We are in close proximity to the territories of the Anishinabe and Ho-Chunk peoples. This land has been stewarded as a living relative by the Dakota for generations.

Two new communions have moved to manifest the unity of the body of Christ and build the common good in the world by joining the now-27 historic black, traditional peace, Orthodox, Pentacostal and Protestant judicatories that make up the Minnesota Council of Churches.

The Coronavirus pandemic has created uncertainty and a new set of difficulties for living daily life for each and every person. We are so grateful that the Minnesota Department of Health and Refugee Programs Office have recognized how the pandemic has affected refugee and asylee communities.

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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

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?

"Seeking Justice, Caring for Community, Preparing for the Days Ahead" featured Black clergy from Minnesota and elsewhere offering advice to Minnesota churches on how to prepare for the Derek Chauvin trial. Watch Rev. Traci Blackmon (United Church of Christ), Rev. Dr.

February 17, 2021

In this Issue

News  

The following is shared from the Plymouth Center for Reconciliation...

 

In 2020 Healing Minnesota Stories adapted the Sacred Sites Tour into a documentary script. That script is available to view at the Minnesota Council of Churches offices during regular business hours. If you want to read the script please make an appointment by contacting Rev.

Click on a category heading to view the newsletter in your browser.

We share this email in its entirety from the Faith Leaders distribution list of the Minnesota Department of Health:

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Hello Faith Leaders;

 

The Minnesota Council of Churches acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral homeland of the Dakota People. We are in close proximity to the territories of the Anishinabe and Ho-Chunk peoples. This land has been stewarded as a living relative by the Dakota for generations.

Two new communions have moved to manifest the unity of the body of Christ and build the common good in the world by joining the now-27 historic black, traditional peace, Orthodox, Pentacostal and Protestant judicatories that make up the Minnesota Council of Churches.

The Coronavirus pandemic has created uncertainty and a new set of difficulties for living daily life for each and every person. We are so grateful that the Minnesota Department of Health and Refugee Programs Office have recognized how the pandemic has affected refugee and asylee communities.

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