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2018 Campbell Lecture Featuring Nadia Bolz-Weber

Online registration is now open for both the Thursday night and Friday morning events! Sign up for both and receive discounted registration. Save the Dates March 22 & 23, 2018 The Lehigh Conference of Churches presents: The Robert K. Campbell Memorial Lecture on Christian Unity featuring Nadia Bolz-Weber Nadia Bolz-Weber is the founding pastor of House […]

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Domestic Violence Prevention Workshop

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 […]

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The Exodus

This gathering will include a guided meditation and discussion on issues of recovery from mental illness and addiction as a spiritual journey, led by Tom Walker, MA, and Joseph Arnoldin, MATS.

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Worship & Meeting Space, Commercial Kitchen Available for Rent

Dubbs Memorial Community Center has multiple options for congregations, groups, and even entrepreneurs looking to rent space:   Worship space is available in the historic, air-conditioned Dubbs sanctuary, which accommodates 450 people and includes a PA system, piano, and organ. Meeting space is available in Flag Hall (suitable up to 350 people) as well as […]

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Daybreak Moves Into New Space at Dubbs

After months of renovations, Daybreak has relocated to the lower level of Dubbs Memorial Community Center. The new drop-in center is a bright, open, and welcoming place, with double the amount of square footage of its previous location in Alliance Hall. “We have comfortable seating all over for people to relax, spend time with friends, […]

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Bread for the World: Organizing to End Hunger

As Bread for the World looks at what it will take to end hunger by the year 2030, we realize that we are moving into a new social and political landscape. To be effective, we need to hear about the priorities and concerns of our local churches and communities in order to decide how best to go about ending hunger in our state, nation, and world. This event is free, but please preregister by May 18.

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