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  • Christmas Offering 2022
    The ministry of Crystal Conference Center has had a joyful year! The 2022 summer season was well attended as people from all over Michigan and the United States attended Day Camp, Elementary Camp, Middle and High School Camp, Family Camp, the Disciple Women’s Retreat, and the Disciple Men’s Retreat. For over 100 years Crystal Conference…
  • The Disciples Leadership Program at Eureka College 
    Applicants chosen as DLP Fellows demonstrate the capacity to earn and maintain a college GPA above a 3.0. Fellows may choose any Major course of study, but a Religion/Philosophy Minor is required. On campus residency is required. Note:  DLP applicants must first apply and be accepted for admission to Eureka College.To apply for admission to Eureka College please click…
  • Capital Campaign Announcement
    Crystal Conference Center The Disciples of Christ (Michigan Region) and Crystal Conference Center are pleased to announce the beginning of a capital campaign for Crystal Conference Center. With special thanks to Central Christian Church who provided the seed money for the campaign, the Capital Campaign Committee will be led by Em Syrewicze and Michael Dirksen…
  • What If Kindness Could Change The World?
    BRUCE REYES-CHOW’S IN DEFENSE OF KINDNESS DISCUSSION GROUP Tuesdays SEP 13 to OCT 11 6:45 PM CST / 7:45 PM EST Join us for a virtual weekly discussion of Bruce Reyes-Chow ‘ s book In Defense of Kindness led by Pastor Eli Rolón Jeong. Participants of all ages from CCIW and CCMR are welcome to…
  • Staff Changes At CCMR Office
    The Personnel Commission of the Christian Church Michigan Region, DOC would like to announce with regret the departure from our staff of Administrative Assistant Jessica Burton. We thank Jessica for her time with us, and are grateful for the love and support that she has put forth in this position. We prayerfully wish her well,…
  • Take a Step
    I’m not sure that we recognize courage anymore. What it looks like? How it’s formed in the first step taken toward a new, yet unknown life. My brother Barry was courageous. Oh, I know, you are thinking about his giving his life for his country—the “last full measure.” I’m not. I’m thinking about a young…

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