March 20, 2020
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In a Zoom video-conference training Thursday, March 19, the Eastern PA Conference offered church leaders plenty of how-to’s for transporting worship from one sanctuary into many homes… electronically.

The two-hour, experimental, highly interactive session engaged 300 lay and clergy participants, the maximum allowed for the conference’s Zoom business account. In fact, more would-be participants sent email messages reporting their inability to log in. Several Baltimore-Washington Conference pastors even logged in , as word of the training event spread south of our borders.

Titled “ Taking Church to the World, ” the upbeat video-chat session shared great advice, instruction and creative ideas. It was also timely, as churches are urged to refrain from face-to-face interactions in groups of more than 10, due to the coronavirus pandemic sweeping across our nation. That stern advice includes worship, classes, meetings and other church gatherings.

Six presentations lasted about 20 minutes each and included on-screen demonstrations and plenty of questions and answers offered both vocally and in visible chat-space text. Learn more.. .
Churches not among 'non-life-sustaining' PA businesses that must close by Friday 8 PM
HARRISBURG, PA — All "non-life-sustaining" businesses in Pennsylvania must close their physical locations as of 8 p.m. Thursday to slow the spread of coronavirus, Gov. Tom Wolf announced in an order . The order does not include churches or “religious organizations.”

Enforcement actions against businesses that do not close physical locations will begin at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, the governor's office said. Violators could face fines or even imprisonment.

Wolf said the businesses must close because "this virus is an invisible danger that could be present everywhere. We need to act with the strength we use against any other severe threat. And, we need to act now before the illness spreads more widely."

A list of life-sustaining businesses is here . They include grocery stores, gas stations, and pharmacies, but not “religious organizations”

UMC leaders postpone 2020 General Conference
With the coronavirus disrupting lives worldwide, General Conference organizers determined they have no choice but to postpone The United Methodist Church's top legislative assembly. 

The Minneapolis Convention Center — scheduled to host the 2020 General Conference — announced it is now canceling gatherings of 50 or more people through May 10. The shutdown covers the first five days of the denomination’s 10-day meeting, which was set to draw 862 delegates, 66 bishops and others from four continents.

"This news is not unexpected based on the current guidance from health officials and we expect to move forward with new plans as quickly as possible,” Kim Simpson said in a statement . She is the chair of the Commission on the General Conference that plans the big meeting. Learn more...
Camps suspend spring events due to COVID-19
Camp and Retreat Ministry is a vital ministry of the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church and will continue to serve our churches during this challenging time. Our shared mission, Making Disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World, continues to drive our work.

Our response to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 has necessitated a few changes in the way our work is done for the current moment. Learn more...
Virus alters but does not stop Sunday worship
From a kitchen island to a comfy sofa, in pajamas or a T-shirt, on a laptop or a mobile phone — a number of United Methodists went to church online this past Sunday, some of them for the first time. Whether by suggestion or mandatory decree, churches around the U.S. began to adjust March 15 to what it means to be a worshipping community during the coronavirus outbreak.

“We want them to be in relationship with one another even if that’s through technology,” said the Rev. Patty Groot, a Louisville, Ky., pastor. Learn more…
Limit gatherings to 10 people for next 8 weeks (or longer?) due to pandemic
Bishop Peggy Johnson has revised her appeal to churches to further reduce any gatherings over at least the next two weeks, to not 50 but 10 people or less to limit exposure to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic sweeping the nation. (See “ A Time and a Purpose .”)

All Americans, including the young and healthy, should avoid gathering in groups of more than 10 people, avoid all non-essential travel and avoid eating in bars, restaurants and public food courts. Americans should follow these increased CDC guidelines for the next 15 days, after which the agency will re-evaluate whether those recommendations will be extended.

Further updates may extend that period for more weeks or months, depending on the progress of nascent efforts to contain and mitigate the spread of the potentially deadly coronavirus outbreak. Learn more...
Latest Bishop’s letters re: coronavirus
March 17, 2020: Video Message: Our God, Our Help in Ages Past
View Bishop Johnson’s new video pastoral message, intended to help us focus during this challenging time on “our ultimate source of hope in all of this: God.” She reflects on Isaac Watts’ classic, inspirational hymn, “O God, Our Help in Ages Past,” and uses this crisis—as he did his hymns—as an opportunity to “call us to our better selves.” 

March 16, 2020 : A Time and a Purpose

March 16, 2020: Pray without Ceasing
Tracy Bass to return home to Virginia for new church start
Bishop Sharma Lewis of the Virginia Annual Conference has appointed the Rev. Tracy Bass, Superintendent of our East District, to start a new faith community in Chesapeake, Va., part of its Elizabeth River District, effective July 1. Bass and his wife, Tracy, are both natives of Virginia. He has been an Eastern PA Conference superintendent since 2014 and previously served as the pastor of two churches. 

An East District Farewell Celebration for Bass is scheduled for April 26 at Jarrettown UMC (1460 Limekiln Pike, Dresher PA 19025) Register here. For more information, contact Michael Yancey, District Resource Assistant, at or 215-878-4623.
May 31: "Where Do We Go From Here?"
The Eastern Pennsylvania Evangelical Connection invites you to breakfast, with special speaker Reverend Walter Fenton. Friday, June 19, 7 AM - 9 AM. Cost: $20. Registration required by May 31. New location: Hilton Garden Inn, Arboretum Room, 500 Cresson Blvd., Phoenixville, PA.  Download the flyer and registration form.

It is VERY IMPORTANT TO REGISTER AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE – DEFINITELY BEFORE THE DEADLINE. We have to have a head count to them – and CANNOT accommodate walk-ins as in past years.
Many spring events have been cancelled or postponed due to the current coronavirus outbreak. We announce cancellations and postponements here and on our Events webpage as we receive them

Conference Events
  • The March 20-22 Dismantling Racism Workshop has been cancelled. The event has been tentatively rescheduled to April 24, 25, 26, 2020. For more information/questions contact Amy Botti,
  • The March 21 ERT/UMVIM Training has been cancelled.The next training is scheduled for Oct. 17, 8 AM to 4 PM.
  • Girls on the Go has been cancelled for March 21-22. This event may be rescheduled later.
  • The Clergy Financial Wellness and 2020 Retirement Seminar, scheduled for March 24, has been cancelled. Please read the message from Jo Fielding, Executive Director of the Board of Benefits.
  • The Order of Deacons gathering for March 28 will be rescheduled for a later date.
  • The March 28 “Racism, Post-Traumatic Stress, & Transformation” workshop has been rescheduled for Oct. 17 at Simpson House.
  • The March 28 Eastern PA Conference Youth Rally has been cancelled. The Conference Council on Youth Ministries invites all youth to attend the Camping at the Crossroads youth rally and retreat at Covenant UMC of Moore Township (2715 Mountain View Drive, in Bath, PA 18014) from August 21 (3 PM) to August 22 (7 PM).
  • Cancelled: Event to explore UMC separation proposal, March 28
  • The four General Conference 2020 Listening Sessions will be converted to online Zoom meetings.
  • The April 5 Loss of Turtle Island event by CONAM has been postponed. New date TBA.
  • The Historic St George’s 250th Anniversary Luncheon: “A Love Feast for the 21st Century,” set for April 18. is postponed and will likely occur in the fall. Check for updates.
  • The April 25 Faith-Sharing Event has been rescheduled for Nov. 14. Location TBA.
  • The May 2 Advanced Sexual Ethics Workshop "Ministry with Registered Sex Offenders" at Elam UMC is being postponed. New date TBA.

Camp & Retreat Centers
  • Camp Innabah’s Community Easter Egg Hunt for April 4 has been postponed. New date TBA.
  • Camp Innabah’s Spring 5K Trail Run/Walk has been cancelled.

Other Events
  • The Fresh Expressions National Gathering, scheduled for April 1-3, at Heritage Fellowship Church in Reston, VA, has been postponed until March 2021, 
  • The NEJ UMW gathering in Baltimore, April 24-26, has been postponed. New date TBA.
Coronavirus disrupts 17 Filipino annual conference sessions
Seventeen annual conference sessions in the Philippines have been postponed indefinitely due to the threat of the coronavirus. There have been 187 reported cases of the disease there as of Tuesday, with 14 deaths.

Half the country is on lockdown after a strict home quarantine was placed on the main island of Luzon on Monday to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, which started to spread around the world in January. The move was an expansion of a lockdown of Metropolitan Manila that went into effect over the weekend, placing bans on public gatherings and movement in and out of the city.  Learn more...
Ebola offers lessons in fighting coronavirus  
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (UM News) — While Sierra Leone does not have any confirmed coronavirus cases yet, the government and United Methodist leaders and hospitals are taking precautionary measures in the wake of the country's years-long battle with Ebola. Phileas Jusu reports. Read story
Connectional Table affirms Christmas Covenant
The Connectional Table has received many questions about the relationship between its legislation to create a U.S. regional conference and the recently released Christmas Covenant legislation that seeks to create regional conferences around the world. In a statement, the Connectional Table affirmed that the Christmas Covenant accurately reflects its legislation. Read statement
How can we livestream worship services legally?
Livestreaming can be an effective way for church and community members to remain connected with worship. United Methodist Communications’ Ask The UMC has more on copyright considerations for livestreaming legally. Read story. Read more Ask The UMC
Spotlighting black heroes in children’s books
A new children's book tells the story of Methodist minister Charles A. Tindley, who worked his way up from childhood poverty to become a respected clergyman and hymn writer. The book is authored by Carole Boston Weatherford, who writes books for children that feature notable African Americans.
By and By: Charles Albert Tindley, The Father of Gospel Music is illustrated by Bryan Collier. Read story
Available and Needed Items
Available: Hymnals
About 140 copies of the “Songs for Praise and Worship” hymnal (this is the newer of the 2 with a copyright of 1992), and about 150 copies of “The Hymnal” (the more traditional one with a copyright of 1986.) If interested, please contact Roger Greenawalt at .

Available: 7-Light Floor Candelabras (2)
Free “Floor Candelabras” to a good home. In need of some repair & cleaning. Must be picked up at Fox Chase U.M.C., 201 Loney Street, Philadelphia, PA 19111. Please contact or 215-745-7416

Grace UMC (Pen Argyl, PA) has about 550 Mortgage Fund Offering envelopes leftover a special collection they were taking to pay off a mortgage on a 2nd parsonage. there is a church out there that could use them, please contact Lori L. Heckman, Office Manager, at 610-863-4811 .

Camphor Memorial UMC in West Philadelphia is seeking a donated cargo van to be used to pick up and bring food to our Tuesday Food Cupboard that feeds the hungry in the community. Please call Trustee Bernard Waties,  215-485-6402 , for further information.
Visit our new Coronavirus Response Page
Visit our new Coronavirus Response webpage to learn about the potentially fatal disease COVID-19 and also learn ways churches can try to protect vulnerable persons, while limiting the spread of this new pandemic. You will find several helpful articles published on our website this week, plus links to many more articles. We will continue to add new articles and resources as they are made available.

Take time to read them all. We can’t be too informed or too prepared to protect ourselves and others from this global scourge that is attacking victims and communities in the U.S. Learn more… ,
Register for Annual Conference 2020, June 18-20
The Eastern PA Annual Conference 2020 session will convene from Thursday, June 18, to Saturday, June 20, at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA. Our outreaching theme is  Engaging Communities for Christ . The yearly session will feature a diverse array of mission-minded guest speakers, preachers and worship leaders.

Learn more about AC2020 from our November 2019 article, Annual Conference 2020 to focus on reaching out and stretching forward .” Note two corrections to that article:

  • The 2021 conference budget will be voted on at an Adjourned Conference Session October 24 (site to be determined).
  • Registration for retired clergy is not free, but there is a reduced fee of $100.

Registration is now open!
  • $275 per person
  • $100 for Retirees (not serving a local church or agency) 
  • Retirees also have the option of registering to attend the Clergy Session ONLY, for no cost.
  • Exhibit tables:
  • $150 per table for Affilliated Organizations
  • $300 per table for Non-affiliated Organizations
  • Meals for all 3 days are included in registration
  • All attendees are responsible for their own hotel accommodations

Read more on our AC2020 webpage, in English and Spanish, including the Resolution Submission Requirements and the Formula for electing Annual Conference Equalizing Delegates.  Register online today!
Seeing beyond our needs on UMCOR Sunday, March 22
We read or watch on the news and see communities overwhelmed by natural disaster. We hear about humanitarian crises arising from civil unrest and war. We know that famine and drought are caused by climate change and see in our own community signs of food insecurity. And, of course, when we are also in the midst of our own suffering, it is hard to see beyond our own needs to help someone else.

It can seem like too much. How could we possibly make a difference? How can our limited resources make a dent in the seemingly never-ending need of the world? Through the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), we can make a difference in the lives of communities and individuals whose lives have been upended by storms, wars, climate change, and displacement. Through UMCOR, we see the impact of extravagant grace through the generosity of United Methodists. Learn more...
GC 2020 Delegation information
A message from Judy Ehninger:
Greetings from the Eastern PA Conference Delegation to the 2020 General and Jurisdictional conferences. Many of you have asked how you can learn more about the upcoming General Conference in May 2020. Here are three ways you can prepare for General Conference:

  1. Go to and read news and other articles. Eventually all proposed legislation will be posted there.   
  2. Pray for our Eastern PA Conference delegation. A roster of delegates with email addresses is posted on our conference website. If you would like to send an individual note of encouragement or ask a question, please do so. I am available to answer your questions as best I can 610-442-3140
  3. Plan to join one of the General Conference 2020 Online Listening Sessions hosted by the delegation. All four sessions will be conducted using Zoom video-conferencing (which allows for video and audio-only participation). The first meeting will be:

Mar 25, 2020 at 07:00 PM Eastern Time
Click to join the meeting online:
Call in: +1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 695 969 274
Zoom access info for the subsequent dates in April can be found on the GC2020 webpage .
A celebration of ‘Outstanding Native Women’

CONAM will present its spring worship and educational program at Innabah Camp & Retreat Center on Sunday, April 19, 4 to 7 PM. Members will present  Indian Country's Hidden Figures: Outstanding Native Women More information to come.
Cross-Racial/Cross-Cultural ministry training, June 6  
Ministry in a Cross-Racial/Cross-Cultural Context Annual Workshop

CR/CC Ministries Training & Resourcing Team will conduct the annual workshop.

June 6, 2019 from 8:30 AM - 3 PM. Registration . Location: Covenant UMC, 110 N. Mulberry St., Lancaster, PA 17603. Cost: $10.

  • Newly-appointed clergy and leadership team serving in CRCC Ministry
  • Clergy and leadership teams currently in CRCC ministry
  • Other persons interested in CRCC ministry

This training is intentionally designed for clergy and congregations serving in a cross-racial/cross-cultural ministry context. By increasing the level of intercultural competency, deepening the understanding of relationship dynamics, and being equipped with practical communication tools, clergy and congregations will become more intentional and effective in their ministry.
"The Women Who Knew..." FREE video Bible Study for Lent is NOW AVAILABLE

The Babylonian Talmud tells us there were 48 prophets and 7 prophetesses active in Israel in biblical times! This free bible study for lent will feature these women, exploring the primary biblical accounts of their contributions to the Jewish redemption narrative, as well as encounters and conversations Jesus had with women as recorded in the Gospels.

The Bible Study for Lent will be available prior to Ash Wednesday on the North District page of the Eastern PA Conference website . Or, it can be ordered from the North District office on DVD or on a thumb drive. Please contact Sheri Kentner, North District Resource Assistant (DRA) for orders or questions.    

Adjourned Annual Conference Session Oct. 24
Bishop Peggy Johnson and the Conference Leadership have scheduled an Adjourned Session of Annual Conference for Saturday, Oct. 24, at 9 AM to present and vote on the 2021 Conference Budget. The location is yet to be determined. Please mark your calendars for this important session.
Resolution info from new Conference Secretary
The Rev. Jacqueline Hines is our new Conference Secretary. Please welcome her and use the following address for all official correspondence: . Information about submitting resolutions is provided on behalf of the new Conference Secretary:

The Rules of Order for the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference state that the deadline for resolutions to be submitted shall "be set by the Conference Secretary and shall be at least thirty days prior to Annual Conference." The Rules of Order also require that resolutions "shall be printed and distributed to the members of Annual Conference at least ten days prior to the Annual Conference session." In recent years we have made the printed resolutions available at the District Conferences, not just 10 days before the Annual Conference session. To make this possible, the deadline for submission of resolutions has to be moved beyond the 30 day window.

For the 2020 session of Annual Conference, resolutions are therefore to be submitted by Friday, March 27, 2020 to the Conference Secretary at:

Your prompt submission of resolutions is requested, preferably before the deadline . Learn more...
2019 Church Statistical Reports due April 10
The deadline for completing and submitting your church’s Statistical Report is  April 10. Please  call your District Office if you have questions. Both your District Resource Assistant (DRA) and I stand ready to assist you and your church in making this annual process as smooth and as accurate as possible.

Lawrence A. Lee, Comptroller, Conference STAT Report Coordinator
(484) 762-8209 or (610) 666-9090 Ext. 1007
CONAM spring program, April 19
The conference Committee on Native American Ministries (CONAM) will hold its spring gathering for worship, learning and fellowship on Sunday, April 19, from 4 to 7 PM , at Camp Innabah. Their program title:  Indian Country's Hidden Figures: Outstanding Native Women.  All are invited, especially all local church CONAM representatives.
Education Society Grants provide college aid
The Eastern PA Conference Education Society will offer grants to assist worthy individuals with defraying the cost of higher education for the 2020-2021 school year. Church members who plan to attend school in fall 2020 should be informed now about these grants and their deadline: May 11 . See and complete the application.

If you have questions, contact Education Society Chairperson, Al Adey, at .
Help for transitioning clergy and church leaders relating with clergy spouses, May 30
Transitioning Clergy Workshop & Relating with Clergy Spouses (Lunch and Learn) May 30 , at 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM at West Lawn UMC, 15 Woodside Ave., Reading, PA.

These dual, same-day training events are for clergy who are moving to new appointments (9:30 AM to 12 PM session, taught by Rev. Dave Woolverton) and Staff-Parish Relations Committee leaders who want to foster healthy, helpful relationships with clergy spouses (12:15 PM to 2 PM session over lunch, led by Julie Anderman). Lunch costs $7 . Registration closes May 15. Download the flyer here .  Learn more and register soon!
NEJ Conference set for July 13-17 in Maryland
The UMC’s Northeastern Jurisdictional Conference will be held July 13-17 at the Delta Hotels, 245 Shawan Road, Hunt Valley, MD. Bishops may be elected to succeed the NEJ’s two retiring bishops, but that is not certain. More information to come.
Wesley Pilgrimage 2020 openings remain
Registration remains open for the 2020 Wesley Pilgrimage in England. The July 27 - Aug. 6 event includes visits to six cities important to the Wesley family and Methodism’s founding. The Upper Room is a sponsor, along with the United Methodist Board of Higher Education and Ministry and the Commission on Archives & History. Read press release
2020 Eastern PA Conference Laity Academy
July 31 – August 2, at Eastern University

After the earthquake there was a fire, but the LORD was not in the fire. And after the fire came a still, small voice.” 1 Kings 19:12
Life is NOISY. Life is MESSY. Life is OVERWHELMING.
Can you find God in all of this confusion? Are you even looking for God?
Elijah was looking. He was even told to stand on the mountain and the Lord would pass by… and he waited. He expected him in the torrential wind, he expected him in the earthquake, and then in the fire. But the Lord spoke after all of the confusion,  in a still small voice, a whisper.
We need to declutter our lives, our emotions, and our thoughts. We need to stop talking and start listening. Listen to our partners, our children, our friends, and listen for God.
Come join us at the 2020 EPA Laity Academy to learn about our Lord while exploring your personal ministry path. This weekend will be focused on serenity, prayer, and introspection. Come and enjoy the classes, fellowship, worship and entertainment.
Watch our website for further details:
UMCOR creates John Wesley Fund for U.S. disasters
ATLANTA — An anonymous benefactor has pledged over the next 10 years the income from a $5 million asset to support the training of United Methodist Committee on Relief volunteers and its continued response to U.S. disasters. UMCOR is using the pledge to create The John Wesley Fund for U.S. Disaster Response. Read press release
Study guide offers 'deep dive' into evangelism
A new Foundation for Evangelism group study guide has been released for “The E Word” webinar, which launched in November 2019. Written by the Rev. Heather Lear, the guide provides a way for small groups and congregations to dive deep into what evangelism means and learn how to better tell the Gospel story to their community. Read press release. Download study guide
How to get your church ready for GC2020? Pray. Get trustworthy information. Learn the process. Participate in conversations. Build trust. Maintain a focus on discipleship. Urge congregational giving to continue. Learn more…
Conference Loan Fund open for CD investments
The EPA Conference Loan Fund is open for investment in certificates of deposit again, for the first time in about five years, according to Conference Treasurer James Brown. The effective interest rate is 2.25% per year.
Each investor receives a Certificate of Participation from the Loan Fund certifying that the named investor has made an investment of a specific amount in the Loan Fund. The minimum investment is $1,000.00. The Certificates of Participation are offered for cash, and there are no financing terms available. 
Interest rates are set by members of the Annual Conference, as recommended by the Loan Fund Board. The Loan Fund is a Pennsylvania non-profit corporation, whose purpose is to make loans to churches and affiliated agencies for building projects.   Learn more…   Also, visit our Conference Loan Fund page to learn more. Click here to download the investor form.  
Protocolo en Español
The new Protocol of Reconciliation & Grace Through Separation , which will be proposed to General Conference in May for restructuring the church, is available to be read in Spanish at PROTOCOLO DE SEPARACION EN ESPANOL . Find it and other Spanish-Language articles on our new News & Information in Spanish webpage

The Western Jurisdiction Hispanic Latino Ministries Council, in partnership with the National Plan for Hispanic Latino Ministry, translated the Protocol into Spanish and shares it with the entire denomination. We thank the Rev. Luky Cotto for forwarding it to us to publish online.
Visit our Local Church Resources webpage
Do you find yourself wondering where you can obtain a 501(c)3 letter? Clergy W-2s? Various other bits of information that is crucial for churches? Look no further than the Local Church Resources page under the Administration tab on the EPA website and you can answer these questions.
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Update your Find-A-Church profile
Developed by United Methodist Communications, Find-A-Church helps your church connect with people who may be looking online for a church to provide worship, fellowship, spiritual nurture and other needs. If your church has a Website, having a church page in Find-A-Church doubles your local visibility to reach people searching by city, town or zip code. It is the official online directory of United Methodist churches in the United States and one of the most visited sections of, averaging more than 1,000 page views a day. You'll achieve the best results from your Find-A-Church profile when you  update your church's information . For video instructions on how, visit  Video Tutorial: Find-A-Church Overview
Missed any past issues of NEWSpirit Digest?
You can still read or share informative, colorful back issues of our weekly e-newsletter on the Eastern PA Conference Website at . Share this link with others who might want to stay informed about our news, events, resources and concerns. And please encourage them to subscribe by e-mailing Thanks!
  • April 18: Connectional Table Meeting, 9 AM – 12 PM
  • April 26 – 28: FAMLP Retreat, Camp Pecometh
  • May 16: UMW’s Spiritual Life Retreat
  • May 16: Urban Summit
  • May 16: Basic Sexual Ethics Workshop, 9:30 AM – 3 PM, Faith UMC
  • May 17: District Conferences
  • May 30: Clergy Transition Workshop, 9:30 AM – 2 PM, West Lawn UMC
  • May 30: Latino Commission Holy Convocation and Annual Assembly
  • June 6: CRCC Training, 8:30 AM – 3 PM, at Covenant UMC in Lancaster, PA. Cost: $10. Download the flyer. Register online.
  • June 18 – June 20: 2020 Annual Conference, Oaks Expo Center
  • October 3: Connectional Ministries Leadership Training Event
  • October 10: Domestic Violence Seminar, Time TBA
  • October 17: ERT/VIM Training, 8 AM – 4 PM, Eastwick UMC
  • October 17: UMW Annual Celebration
  • October 23-25: Dismantling Racism Trainging, Friday 5 PM – Sunday 3 PM, Desmond Hotel
  • October 24: Adjourned Session of Annual Conference

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