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In Wenatchee, Sunnyslope Church (Brethren/UCC) joins with other faith communities to engage in justice action, decolonization training and antiracism efforts.

Sunnyslope Church engages in ecumenical and interfaith action on justice, immigration and antiracism in Wenatchee Valley.
Karen Georgia Thompson, general minister and president/CEO of the UCC, speaks at PNC Annual Meeting.
Partners from Colombia visit Annual Meeting and will be available to visit churches in PNC and Disciples region.
Sunnyslope Church garden brings members together across generations to build beds, nurture plants and eat produce.
Pilgrim Firs develops area as Serenity Garden, a new element for the many groups who use the site for gatherings.
News Briefs include reports of transitions,clergy retreat and training, FAN staff change and WRYE registration.
Phil Hodson introduces himself as the acting conference minister, sharing background he brings to role.
Annual Meeting will meet Friday to Sunday, April 26 to 28 at Plymouth in Seattle on the theme "Forward Together."
Tri-Cities Immigrant Coalition continues its commitment to educate, engage, support and advocate for immigrants.
Sacred Earth Ministry at UCUCC in Seattle works with many churches to advocate for bills in the state legislature.
N-Sid-Sen prepares for spring and summer season of PNC campers, church retreats and other groups.
Chelsea Nesbit is the new property and events manager at N-Sid-Sen, joining the staff after winter in the kitchen.