DuBois Center Hires Office Administrator
Hello all! My name is Shelby Liggett. I am the new Office Administrator at DuBois Center!
I am originally from DuQuoin, and I moved to a farm in DuBois three years ago. I am a new mother to a beautiful baby girl, and have been married to my husband, Lane, for two years. I grew up at Nine Mile Baptist Church in Tamaroa. I enjoy reading, kayaking, and taking care of the animals on the farm.
I have heard so many great things about the camp, and am excited to meet all of you! I look forward to the days of seeing DuBois Center filled with campers this summer and I cannot wait to be involved in all of the different events to be held. I am so grateful for this opportunity and am eager to begin!
Confirmation Retreat - Walk by Faith
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Does your congregation desire to be more prepared for disasters, both to protect yourselves and to extend love to your neighbors in time of crisis? Then Willing to Respond is for you!
Willing to Respond is a United Church of Christ collaboration with Disciples of Christ’s Week of Compassion. It’s simple to access and has an easy three-step process to register.
“Willing to Respond is not a one-size-fits-all program,” emphasized Lesli Remaly, United Church of Christ Minister for Disaster Response and Recovery. “The way you serve is up to your congregation, as God is leading you.
“In fact,” Remaly said, “Your congregation may already be serving disaster survivors by assembling CWS Kits and Emergency Clean-Up Buckets, contributing to UCC appeals, deploying work teams to disaster rebuilding sites or helping people in your community clean up after a flood or storm.
“Willing to Respond will help your congregation review its experience, available resources, and community context; discern your growing edges; and get ready to respond when disaster strikes,” she said. “The Willing to Respond network helps your congregation get connected to collaborate.”
For more information and assistance with registering your congregation or church group, please contact our Illinois South Conference, UCC Disaster Coordinator, Priscilla Self here or 618-318-0083.
Friends of the Conference
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ISC Hunger/Food Action
Frostbite Fun Youth Event presented by the ISC Local Church Ministries Team is scheduled for January 13 and 14, 2024 at DuBois Center. All junior high (middle school) and high school youth are invited to attend. You may attend in one of two ways: Single Day ($50) on Saturday from 10 am - 7 pm or Overnight ($100) on Saturday from 10 am to Sunday at 11 am. Click here for a flyer to share with your church and its youth. If inclement weather causes us to postpone this event, it will be held on February 17 and 18, 2024.