Please join us for this introductory workshop on US immigration policies and practices, and an overview of what is involved in immigrant sanctuary. We welcome people of all faiths who want their congregations to take action and leadership in assisting vulnerable members of their community.Find out more
On December 6th The Lehigh Conference of Churches and Turning Point of Lehigh Valley will partner in order to share a program on domestic violence prevention. Miriam Rivera of Turning Point will present to pastors and laity about was in which we can be proactive in diagnosing domestic violence. This is an educational program designed to stop domestic violence in the next generation as well as reduce the risk of its occurrence in those who already have risk factors. The…Find out more
This annual pilgrimage recalls the journey of Mary and Joseph. Participants meet in Bethlehem at 10:45am, and buses transport pilgrims to Nazareth Moravian Church on Center Square where the Pilgrimage begins. Pilgrims may join at any point along the way. The pilgrimage concludes at Christ United Church of Christ in Bethlehem, around 5:30 pm for a light meal and program.Find out more
In light of recent violence and terrorist attacks, the Lehigh Conference of Churches is offering to member churches a seminar on the issues surrounding awareness and assessment of the physical space and procedures affecting each place of worship. This seminar should assist house of worship leaders improve security by learning how to determine where your facility is vulnerable, then providing an overview of conducting a basic security survey, followed by a report outlining steps for corrective action.
Friday, January 12, 2018, 7 to 9 PM, at First Presbyterian Church, Allentown. Sponsored by the Lehigh Conference of Churches/Justice & Advocacy and Fair Districts Pennsylvania. fairdistricts.ppjr.orgFind out more
The Conference welcomes leaders and people of all faiths to attend our interfaith prayer service honoring the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Our keynote speaker will be Allentown School District Superintendent Thomas Parker, presenting “Working Together to End the School to Prison Pipeline.” The cost of the breakfast is $20. Please join us for prayer, fellowship, timely discussion and an opportunity to celebrate the life of Dr. King. To register online, click here.
Bishop Juan Garcia, Administrative Bishop of The Church of God, will preach during this service of celebration and hope. A free-will offering will also be lifted to help this transitioning Puerto Rican population in our community.Find out more