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Reflections from the Leadership Team

Behaving our way out of dilemma Management guru Stephen Covey is credited with the assertion that you can’t talk your way out of a problem that you behaved your way into. Interesting observation. I was recently given an article titled “How to Turn Any Disagreement into a Nasty Fight in Your Congregation.”[1] It was a … read on

Jesus In The Neighborhood

Guided by the very able leadership of the DnA Team (Cheryl Mishler, Erin Flory Robertson, Jon Tuttle, Keith Funk, Paul Cesare, Pat Gong, and Lowell Flory), surrendered in prayer and energized table talk the District Conference passed a foundational Purpose Statement for the District.          

Peace Corner

On Earth Peace, an agency of the Church of the Brethren, is offering opportunities for trainings and consultations – in person and online – to learn more about Kingian Nonviolence and ways to get involved in anti-racism work.

Women’s Retreat

Photo by Maksym Kaharlytskyi on Unsplash   Save the Date! March 3-5, 2023Heartland Center for Spirituality3600 Broadway Ave.Great Bend, KS Theme: MUSIC More information coming soon!    

District YouTube Channel

Click here to be taken to the Western Plains District YouTube Channel      

What’s the point of a focus group?

You may have been hearing about focus group meetings being held around the district. Three have been completed, three are yet to go. If your congregation has already been represented at one of these meetings, thank you for participating. If you’ve not yet been involved, look for an opportunity at Holmesville (May 21) Olathe (May … read on

District Focus Groups

Western Plains District Church of the Brethren Opportunities to participate . . . to be part of our planning Focus group conversations about the future of our district Through May and early June, we are holding conversations in churches around the district led by members of a team we’ve called the “DnA Team.” That somewhat … read on

Printed Materials

Please consider the environment before printing any materials. Thank you!!           

Reflections from the Leadership Team

Whose View . . . Toward What Horizon? The last three weeks I’ve been trying what I hope will become a periodic pattern for the year – traveling to churches other than my own for a Sunday gathering and worship experience. Whenever I do that, I almost always learn something, and it’s usually good. Moderator … read on

Reflections from the Leadership Team

We’re probably all familiar with the Sesame Street game “how are these things alike, how are they different?” What does that have to do with your Western Plains Leadership Team, you ask? With the exception of only three members (including ex-officio), the LT is the exact same people as it was last year, many of … read on