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The Justice & Witness Ministries of the Central Pacific and Pacific Northwest UCC Conferences invite you to a time of inspiring worship, preaching, and training to fan the flames of justice in the Northwest. We seek hearts aglow with the fire of the Holy Spirit! We come together to pray and proclaim, to sing and rejoice, to receive an abundance of grace in our lives, our ministries and our churches. Like the disciples after Pentecost, we gather to be re-inspired to be Christ’s Church in the world. Join us!

First Congregational United Church of Christ, Vancouver

November 8, 2014

8:00 am – 3:30pm

1220 NE 68th, Vancouver, WA

Register Now: http://bit.ly/RegisterJusticeRevival

For all the details on program, speakers and musical guests (3 choirs from the CPC!), go to:

http://bit.ly/StokingFiresOfJustice


Experience the CPC Annual Meeting!

The 2014 CPC Annual Meeting was held on September 26-28, 2014 in Pendleton OR. We had record participation this year! 

Here are some ways to experience Annual Meeting again… or for the first time. A gallery of photos taken throughout the weekend can be viewed on the 2014 CPC Annual Meeting Facebook Page. Click on the images below to view videos from Annual Meeting on our CPC YouTube Channel.

Keynote – Time to Lead: From Social Justice to Creation Justice:

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State of the Conference:

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Sunday morning worship:

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 We’d love your input!

If you attended Annual Meeting this year and haven’t yet given your feedback on the meeting, please complete the online Annual Meeting Evaluation. Thanks!

See you next year in Pendleton!


Welcome! God is Still Speaking in the CPC

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The Central Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ is a community of congregations in Oregon, southern Idaho and southern Washington. We are multiracial and multicultural, open and affirming, and accessible to all.

In this family of 47 congregations our shared commitment is to ministry and mission. The CPC provides spiritual and material resources and encouragement to all our nearly 7,600 members. We put purposes and programs into action by drawing on the experience and talents of all the conference’s members, both lay people and clergy.

The CPC assists and encourages local congregations and their members in working together to explore, communicate, support and pursue the ministry and mission of the church, and provides a channel for effective relationships with the UCC and with other faith communities.


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