Team Members
Jan Warren
Member Lafayette Christian Church
Co‐Chair, 2007

Leon Bacchues
Pastor Tapestry Ministries, Berkeley
Health & Human Services/Outreach, 2008
Co‐Chair, 2007

Sandy Perry
Outreach Minister at CHAM Deliverance Ministry
San Jose, 2007

Paul Gaffney
Director of Spiritual Care & Chaplain, Ritter Center, San Rafael

Shirley Kinoshita
Orchard Valley Christian Church,
NAPAD leadership
NAPAD, 2012

Shayne Flowers
New Spirit, Berkeley, 2012

The Disciples 20/20 Vision and Reconciliation

The Christian Church of Northern California-Nevada recognizes that God calls us to embrace the diversity of the world around us! Below is information on the ways we're striving to achieve this dream of God's realm on earth.

Information on Reconciliation Ministries in the larger body of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Check out this must‐see sermon: “Take a Knee” – A Sermon from Minister of Reconciliation, by April Johnson, Minister of Reconciliation.


The Martin Luther King, Jr. Award

The CCNC-N region over the past 9 years has recognized Disciples in our region who have exemplified the qualities of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The MLK Award Application

Anti-Racism Training Workshops
Date Title Location
November 05, 2022 Anti-Racism Training TBD

Reconciliation Grant

IS YOUR CHURCH REACHING OUT TO A DIFFERENT CULTURE, OR WORKING TO EMPOWER A MARGINALIZED COMMUNITY?

APPLY FOR A RECONCILIATION GRANT TO HELP YOU DO GOD’S WORK ON THIS FRONT! 

Download Reconciliation Grant Application

The purpose of the Reconciliation Grant Program is to support congregations in doing the work of building up a reconciling, open and inclusive identity, challenging the sins of racism, exclusion and oppression.  

Reconciliation grants from the CCNC-N range from approximately $500-$1,000. Congregations engaging in a reconciliation project that also meets criteria for being "missional" (defined in the application) will be eligible for additional funds.