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Tuesday
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NHCC E-lert May 2013 

An Easter blessing to our Orthodox sisters and brothers who celebrated Easter yesterday on May 5th. 

An Invitation from our Quaker Friends  

RIGHT SHARING OF THE WORLD'S RESOURCES

      Come meet Samson Ababu, African Director from Kenya and Betty Tonsing, International Director from Indiana who are sharing about a successful ecumenical program that provides micro-credit loans and training to women in Sierra Leone, Kenya, and India. 

Sponsored by: Weare/Henniker Friends Meeting  

Hosted by: Holy Cross Episcopal Church,

118 Center Rd, Weare

All are welcome, please join us on Tuesday, May 7th 2013. Potluck begins at 6pm, program at 7pm.

The 4th Annual Conference on Spirituality and Psychotherapy

     This conference is offered by Pastoral Counseling Services of Manchester, NH. The Fragile Pact: Couples in Treatment. Presented is an integrative and active model to provide pastoral care to couples in conflict. The presentation for clergy will help religious leaders differentiate between chronic issues in a couple versus short-term issues, learn appropriate conflict resolution skills for couples at the congregational level and develop strategies to express serious concerns while maintaining the pastoral connection.  Cost is $35.00.   Saturday, May 17, 1pm to 4pm at the Puritan Backroom, Manchester. To register and more information, contact info@pcs-nh.org. 

          
kids
  

Reducing the Risk

A workshop sponsored by the NH Council of Churches

           Protecting God's Children

For Religious Educators, Congregational Leaders, Pastors, Priests, Rabbis, Youth Ministers,
and Children's ministries Leaders

 

 Reducing the Risk Workshop

$20 - includes materials and lunch

Friday, May 10

9:00am - 1:00 pm

125 Airport Rd.

Concord, NH 03301

For more information, please click here for more information and registration materials



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NHCC Joint Statement Regarding
Gun Violence  

The New Hampshire Council of Churches, comprised of delegates representing ten member denominations of Protestant, Anglican, Orthodox, and Roman Catholic traditions in the state of New Hampshire, are united in a call to seek ways to reduce gun violence in our homes, in our schools, on our streets, and in our communities at large. For the complete statement,  read here.

 


New Hampshire Council of Churches 
 
125 Airport Road                                 PO Box 1087 
Concord, NH  03301                Concord NH  03302
603-224-1352
info@nhchurches.org                 www.nhchurches.org 
 
Office hours:  Monday through Thursday, 9-3

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