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From the organizers of the 2022 Worldwide Conference

From the organizers of the 2022 Worldwide Conference:  Logos–Consecrating Humanity

Dear members and friends of The Christian Community,

We would like to draw your attention to our extended homepage logos-2022.org that includes the Easter Newsletter online in 6 languages. Further, one can travel via internet to all worldwide congregations and find substantive contributions on conference topics, but also reviews of previous large conferences. Those who like to listen can follow the monthly podcast. Those who like to exchange ideas with others may use our internet forum and the bilingual journal “This Moves Us.” as an interactive PDF document. We are currently working on making more multilingual pages available.

Nowadays, we experience for the second time a worldwide Passion of unimagined magnitude. May Easter give us the strength for an inner and outer resurrection.

With best regards,

Wolfgang Jaschinski
Redakteur/Editor LOGOS-2022 Newsletter
newsletter@logos-2022.org

Ulrich Goebel und Tim Gottschalk
LOGOS Tagungsbüro / Conference Office:  Hainallee 40, D 44139 Dortmund
info@logos-2022.org

Priest Child Education Fund

Our priest families are supported through the freely given donations of their congregational members that cover the basics of housing, food, utilities, transportation, health care, etc.  One key expense that is not typically included in the priest support is the cost of educating their children.  North American congregations have helped to raise money for the Priest Child Education Fund which is distributed to priest’s families to help with educational costs. No matter how large, or how small the gesture, it helps!   Click here to read more about this fund and to donate.

 

 

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Announcement: Youth Adventure Camp in October!

YOUTH ADVENTURE CAMP

October 22-November 1, 2020
Sponsored by the Seminary of
The Christian Community

For kids age 13 and older, Canoeing and White-Water Rafting on the
French Broad River South Carolina and Tennessee
For full flyer and info click here

Register Here

Registration Deadline October 1 st

Questions?
Contact Rev Ann Burfeind, annburfeind18@gmail.com

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100 Years of The Christian Community: Worldwide Festival in Dortmund, Oct 7-11 2022

Dear Members & Friends of the Christian Community,

At St. John’s tide, here are the current multilingual newsletters for the festival, “100 Years of The Christian Community: Click here

Click here for the ENGLISH VERSION

Please note: More articles on this website!

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Legacy Giving Coordinator: Job Posting

The Christian Community of North America is seeking a Legacy Giving Coordinator to support the development of Legacy Giving programs on the congregational level. For more information about the position and for information on how to apply click here. 

 

 

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News from the Seminary Directors

Dear Friends,
We have some exciting news to announce from our Seminary Directors, Jonah and Patrick! Given the extraordinary situation our congregations are experiencing world-wide, Patrick and Jonah are offering a daily podcast called ‘The Road to Emmaus’ during this Eastertide season. For the next 40 days (with the exception of Saturdays), they will be posting a new audio recording on the platform Patreon under the creator name ‘The Light in Every Thing.’

Patreon is an international platform created in 2013 specifically to connect artists/creators with those individuals who find value in their work and are willing to provide an income stream so they can continue creating. There are currently over 100,000 creators receiving financial support from over 3 million patrons each month. Our Seminary monthly subscription ranges from $3 to $40.

The Road to Emmaus – Episode 1 is open to the general public and available now by clicking this link. Going forward, future podcasts will be available to patrons who are willing to make a minimum monthly contribution of $3. The first podcast will remain unlocked, so feel free to share it with others who you think may be interested.

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ASK 2020 – Looking Toward One another, in Community

Please Consider this summer’s ASK 2020 – a conference on our relationship with the living Christ in Atlanta!

As many of us are spending time thinking about the coming of Easter, we may also be planning our gardens for spring planting, summer tending, and autumn harvest. I am contemplating our ASK 2020 conference in Atlanta, as “cultivating the garden of meaning”, which is the title of an article by Rev. Carol Kelly, in Perspectives, a newsletter from the U.K. It struck me as pertinent, because one of her paragraphs says, “We need to gather together as adults for retreats and conferences, to be able to turn off the phone, to become quiet, to listen, to gather insights from one another and to pray. We do not take this seriously enough. Retreats are opportunities for deep community building, for deepening our understanding of the passion and resurrection of Christ, for learning one another’s biographies and strengthening our connection to one another. We have one direction in church, facing the altar. But we have another direction to cultivate in community life, looking toward one another and building Christ-community.”

Please consider joining us June 24-28, this summer, for just such a cultivation of fertile ground. Our website is ask2020atlanta.org.

–Katherine Jenkins
ASK Conference, Coordinating Circle