“God is still teaching me that regardless of someone’s condition as a minority, we are able to help others and make a difference.”
There was nothing we could do to get out of the 4-hour traffic jam—it was a tough test for someone as impatient as me.
Questions and concern around immigration have become increasingly important for members of Franconia Conference, which has seen a increase in immigrant congregations over the past decade.
by Aldo Siahaan, Leadership Minister, with Chantelle Todman Moore, Intercultural Coach We walked silently through the streets of South Philadelphia. Pastor Joshua and Anita So from San Francisco and I […]
The story of Franconia Conference is rooted in faith and migration. These stories have helped shape us as a community, sensitive to the struggle of others who were also seeking […]
Suddenly he heard a voice calling “Irwan!”; when he turned his head, he saw 3 people with jackets that had the word “ICE” across them.
I am grateful now for a full staff team after over a year of navigating through changes.
There is still a sense of surprise for me that we are here in this time and place.
Whatever we do for others, to bring to their lives less sorrow, less crying, less pain, it seems that we have brought a taste of heaven to them.
Since 2011, Franconia and Eastern District Conferences have come together for an annual fall Assembly holding separate business sessions, yet enjoying joint times of worship on Friday evening and Saturday […]
These new member congregations will continue to re-shape our Conference community.
God has taught me a basic and yet deep attitude of putting my trust in Him.
As we remember Jesus’s death and resurrection, may we commemorate the loved ones who have left us …