Human Resources Annual Report

The National Council of Churches is moving to DC  February 17, 2013 – 03:45 pm
Bureau of Human Resources Annual Report for 2002


While they used to be headquartered in the “God Box, ” the cash strapped National Council of Churches is moving to DC. They figure they’ll save 500k “over time.”

The move is part of a restructuring that has eliminated six administrative positions and outsourced human resources and other NCC departments. In its 2011 annual report — the latest available — the NCC showed $4.3 million in revenues and $5.6 million in expenses.

The venerable ecumenical agency has dramatically scaled back its operations and staff levels over the past decade as it struggled to find its voice and retain financial support from its member churches.

The NCC will transform its current D.C. satellite office — in a building owned by the United Methodist Church across the street from the U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court — into its national headquarters.

“The critical NCC policy work can be coordinated from any location but to be the prophetic ‘voice of the faithful’ on the ground in the places of power, it is best served by establishing our operations in Washington, ” said NCC Transitional General Secretary Peg Birk.

The organization has 37 official members, most of them mainline, Orthodox, and “historically black” denominations and works on various humanitarian projects.

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My vacation to springfield has made me so.......

my family is crazy. and that's why i moved 2,000 miles away.
the good part of my vacation was all of the good (and extremely cheap) vintage stuff i scored at the local salvation army and goodwills.
if i still lived in springfield illinois, i've decided that i would make my living off of e-bay. no one realizes the value of the some of the stuff i was finding. i had to... like a child, so i told them i did *need* an explanation, and i expected one.
well, that was the last night there, and from then on, our trip was terrible. i really didn't want it to end on a bad note, so that was the reason i needed to know WHY my mom wasn't going to be in the pictures. how terrible. everyone started screaming and yelling, whilst my b.f. was downstairs.
bad times.

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