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The Christian Church in Mid America (Disciples of Christ)
Wondering how God fits into your life?
We invite you to consider whether a Disciples congregation might become your spiritual home. Our movement began on the American frontier with a strong emphasis upon religious freedom and serious cautions about man-made creeds.
Many people find within our congregations a home church that teaches what they have always believed, but never thought they could find in a church.
At the Regional Assembly in 2012, the Region received a report for strengthening the effeciveness of our communions across the Region. One recommendation was that we incorporate a "sitelet" for each congregation.
These congregations were invited to participate in a pilot project to see how that might be implemented and responded to the request with information. Feel free to send your comments and suggestions regarding what other information or features might be included. Webmaster
The 2012 Regional Assembly received a document that describes the process of living into a new vision. Read more here. . .
Discover The Disciples
The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is possibly the least well known of the mainline protestant denominations in the United States and Canada. We began on the American Frontier, when the frontier was western Pennsylvania and Kentucky. Our passion for religious freedom makes us unique. READ More. . .
The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of Mid-America
In keeping with Ephesians 4:11-12, the Mid-America Region affirms the core values of true community (mutual support and accountability), deep Christian spirituality, and a passion for justice.
The Mid-America Region's mission is to provide resources and support for congregations, individually and collectively, as they seek to be more faithful, effective, and sustainable in the mission to which God calls us.
The Mid-America Region is envisioned as a continuously developing network of relationships that includes broader and deeper participation by congregations, ministers, and laity in congregational clusters and learning communities.