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What’s it all about?

Healthy Congregations is an ecumenical and interfaith organization that takes seriously the times that we live in and the challenges of thinking more clearly about families, congregations, and leadership.
Healthy Congregations, Inc. offers resources and training that are based on a view of life that looks at communities as living systems that incorporate thinking, feeling, responsibility, and purpose.
Making use of the contributions of leaders in the field of Bowen family systems theory and congregational life, Healthy Congregations, Inc. has created educational resources and leadership development material designed with the purpose of encouraging healthier, clearer and deeper individual and community life.

"The purpose of Healthy Congregations, Inc. is to develop training, education, and consultation in emotional process as it relates to community and congregational systems."

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Capital Campaign-A  Vision for the Future

$300,000 Initiative

The Board of Directors has expanded our vision for the future of Healthy Congregations, initiating a $300,00 capital fund drive, along with conversations with consultants who will assist in this effort. The money raised will go toward the development of new resources, especially new digital, graphic, video, and print material. The board has committed themselves to 100% percent participation in the fund drive. Your donations are needed for the capital campaign to meet its goal of $300,000.  Please consider contributing to this project!  Your gifts may be designated as “New Resource Initiative.”

Look for more information in October!

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Join with others in becoming a supporter of the HC Network.  With an annual membership fee of $50 (plus $2.50 shipping and handling), a network member has access to continuing education, our journal “Main Street Forum” and the book of the year.  Students pay only $25 (plus $1.25 shipping and handling).

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