Weekly Update - October 02, 2019
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  A Message from PCC
Disaster Readiness & Response
New Disaster Preparedness Manual for Churches
Creation Justice
UCC Annual Climate Opinion Survey
  Hartman Center
Upcoming Retreats
Wonder & Awe: A Weekend to Celebrate Creation
Hartman Center Fall Festival
Penn Central Conference's FIRST Men's Retreat
Confirmation Retreat Planning Meeting
 Generosity
50th Anniversary CROP Hunger Walks
Salem's Closet Christmas Toy Giveaway
Community and Justice Resources
Training
Upcoming Ministerial Excellence Forums  
Training and Ongoing Education
Events
Installations, Ecclesiastical Councils and Ordinations 
Association Meetings & Ministeriums 
Association Town Halls 
Domestic Violence Leaves A Place At The Table  
St. Paul's UCC Chicken Pot Pie Dinner, Bazaar, Craft Sale & Flea Market
Dreisbach UCC Fall Festival 
Part-Time is Plenty: Thriving Without Full-Time Clergy 
Tea with MOM
Preaching Like the Choir
Pastor Appreciation Breakfast Invitation 
Mission Central's 5th annual 5K Run/Walk 
Christmas at Salem 
Save The Date!  
Lancaster Theological Seminary
Tuesday Talks at the Seminary
Music Sundays at the Seminary
Resources and Calendar
United Church of Christ Musicians Association
Inspiring, educating and nurturing those who minister through music and the arts 
 
WHO ARE WE? 
The United Church of Christ Musicians Association, Inc. (UCCMA) is a non-profit, national organization with a membership made up of musicians, clergy and interested laity. We are a grassroots, member-supported association run entirely by volunteers.

UCCMA was founded in 1993 by a small group of musicians in Connecticut who felt a need for professional support from colleagues in our denomination. We incorporated in 1994 and held our first national conference in 1998.

As we have grown both in membership and mission, our focus has broadened to include individuals with many different roles, both formal and informal, in their churches' music and worship life. People from other denominations have always been welcome.

WHAT DO WE OFFER?
We offer professional development and support, education programs, networking, resources, publications and conferences.
To those who join UCCMA, we provide:
* UCC Musicians News, an electronic newsletter published six times a year
* Worship, Music and Ministry, a  professional journal published  three times a year
* Job placement listing service
* Biennial national conference offering  an array of workshops and  worship services
* Online address directory
* Supportive environment for learning  skills and connecting with colleagues
 
One Year Membership - $50.00
Institutional Membership - $75.00
Two Year Membership - $90.00
 
Contact us at :
uccma.wildapricot.org 
                                                                                                
 
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Contact Us!
PCC Office Staff
  • Rev. Carrie Call, PhD - Transitional Conference Minister
    email: ccall@pccucc.org / Phone: 717-652-1560 ex. 12 
     
  • Rev. Nora Driver Foust - Associate Conference Minister 
    email: nfoust@pccucc.org / Phone: 717-652-1560 ex.13
     
  • Rev. Patricia Dodds - Coordinator of Camps/Retreats/Youth Ministry
    email: program@hartmancenter.com / Phone: 570-506-0677
     
  • Scott Watts - Facilitator of Care to Clergy & Clergy Families
    email: swatts@pccucc.org / Phone: 717-652-1560 ex. 15
     
  • C. Paul Keller - Office Manager
    email: pkeller@pccucc.org / Phone: 717-652-1560 ex. 14
     
  • Laura Dalton - Administrative Assistant/Search & Call Assistant
    email: ldalton@pccucc.org / Phone: 717-652-1560 ex. 10
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Contact information:      C. Paul Keller

email: pkeller@pccucc.org  
phone: 717-652-1560               
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