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Register Now for Consult XXI

Silver Lake Conference Center (Sharon, CT) will be the host for Consult XXI which will be held on November 6-10. This is the bi-annual gathering of camp and conference center leaders and supporters, of the UCC and eccumenical friends. We are thrilled that the President and General Minister of the UCC, Rev. John C. Dorhauer, will be joining us for this event. You can click on the picture to learn more about the conference (and register).

Focus Event to be Held in September

Do you know someone who is considering a call to camp and conference ministry? The Focus Event will be held at John Knox Center (Ten Mile, TN) on September 22-24. This program provides the opportunity to learn more about this ministry, to meet folks in the field, and to spend time exploring God's call. To learn more about this event, please check out the brochure.


Our Association's New Executive Director

Just prior to his recent retirement from his position as Executive Director of Blowing Rock Conference Center in North Carolina, Bill Bourdon approached the OMA-UCC Board of Directors with an idea of creating and assuming a new role in the OMA organization — an ex-officio Executive Director. The position would be volunteer. OMA would provide only a stipend to defray related travel costs. To learn more about this position, please click on Bill's picture to the left.


33 Discounts!

OMA-UCC's 2017 members now receive special discounts with 33 companies who provide products and services used by our camps and conference centers. You can see the full list of these companies on the OMA website. Have you joined OMA for 2017? If not, you can complete the membership form and mail it today.


Did you receive our Spring Newsletter?

OMA-UCC's last newsletter was sent out on May 31. Did you receive it? If not, please check your spamfilter. You can also view the email here. If you would like to be added to the mailing list for future issues, please send your email address to Mark Boyd, Communications Chair.