Delegates of the 215th Annual Meeting will be asked to vote on the proposed United Church Mission. Learn more here.
Following more than a year of learning, prayer and discernment, your Board of Directors and staff Leadership Team have affirmed a joint vision statement for our work.
The Massachusetts Conference Board of Directors recently looked at how to assist in raising funds for the Pastoral Excellence Endowment Campaign, further discussed potential changes to the Conference's volunteer structure and developed it's financial recommendations to be brought to the 212th Annual Meeting in June.
The Board of Directors talks about how to develop the seed of a vision planted by A Still More Excellent Way into a fuller and more compelling picture of the future toward which the Conference setting is called.
The Board of Directors looks at the Conference volunteer structure, funding questions and their own mode of governance.
After spending much of the spring wrestling with the need to reduce the Conference budget, the men and women who represent you on the MACUCC Board of Directors stepped back for a longer view last week.
I felt like I was a part of a "working think tank." The Board moved through a full agenda, but at the same time included faithful and philosophical considerations, ideas for change and growth and a vision for the future of our Church. I feel fortunate to have been asked to serve.