The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival just had its first Poor People’s Moral Action Congress in June where over 1,000 people who are poor along with activists and faith leaders from each state throughout this nation gathered together to take a...
I have started wearing a clerical collar in my ministry. I had a discussion with Bishop Eaton as well as my Bishop, Jim Dunlop who both see no reason why Deacons can't wear the clerical collars. Why am I wearing this? Partly because I am using it as a discussion...
Our Mission Support Committee invites you to enter into a covenant relationship with the Deaconess Community to work on mission projects. Your organization must have a 501(c)(3) number (USA) or be a “Registered Charitable Organization” (Canada).
Deaconesses are called to be public leaders in/for the church. We work in a variety of fields in and out of congregations, as we strive to be the connection between the church and the world.
Deaconesses also seek to empower and equip the service of other, both in the church and the world.
We are a Reconciling in Christ Community