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Volunteers Needed for Office Help

The Lehigh Conference of Churches is looking for volunteers to help with filing, unpacking, and some other administrative tasks for 3 to 4 hours per week. If you are interested, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Laura Rowe at lrowe@lehighchurches.org or 610-433-6421 x6101. Thanks!

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LCC Offices Closed

Please note that all locations of the Lehigh Conference of Churches will be closed Friday, February 17, and Monday, February 20, to allow for ongoing renovations. Thanks for your understanding.

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LCC Offices Closed

Please note that all locations of the Lehigh Conference of Churches will be closed Friday, February 17, and Monday, February 20, to allow for ongoing renovations. Thanks for your understanding.

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2017 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Service

Please note correct date (error in Fall 2016 Ecumenical Encounters) Theme: Reconciliation—The Love of Christ Compels Us (cf. 2 Corinthians 5:14-20) On Sunday, January 22, 2017, the Lehigh Conference of Churches will recognize the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. The event will be held at Dubbs Memorial Community Center, 457 Allen Street, Allentown, at […]

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Study: Allentown Has Highest Rent-to-Income Ratio in US

Pathways Housing Services advocates for people who are struggling to afford a place to live. The needs are great! Your monetary gifts that support our programs and your donations of toiletries that we distribute help them stretch their budgets when times are tough. Read more about what a recent study says about the state of […]

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Show Your Support Through Souper Bowl of Caring

Show Your Support Through Souper Bowl of Caring

During Super Bowl 50, young people and groups across the country raised over 10 million in cash and resources for charities through Souper Bowl of Caring. This national movement is transforming the weekend of the Big Game into the nation’s largest youth-inspired weekend of giving and serving. The Souper Bowl of Caring is a simple […]

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Supplies Needed for Grace House Residents

Grace House in Allentown is a home for chronically homeless individuals operated in partnership with New Bethany Ministries and Grace Episcopal Church. Pathways Housing Services is working with two residents who have no income and many needs. In addition, donations of cleaning supplies would allow them and a third resident to assist in the upkeep […]

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Interfaith Statement Against Bigotry and Division

An Interfaith Statement Against Bigotry and Division To add your name to the list of signers, please email lpickens@lehighchurches.org. As interfaith leaders in the Lehigh Valley, we are aware of a climate of tension and anxiety in our community and nation. We lift our voices together, as people of faith, to remind our brothers and […]

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