The Charter for Compassion is a document that transcends religious, ideological, and national differences. Supported by leading thinkers from many traditions, the Charter calls on us to activate the Golden Rule around the world.
A Charter for Compassion at PPMCC
The Charter for Compassion, a movement begun in 2008 by Karen Armstrong, has inspired community-based acts of compassion all over the world.
PPMCC would like to adopt a Charter for Compassion for our church. If you have any questions or would like to comment on the project, please contact PPMCC’s Board of Directors or Pastor Alycia.
The Board of Directors wishes to thank everyone who came to the last informational meeting on
We have received feedback about next steps and wish to continue the conversation about how to
proceed with integrity and transparency. The Board will be gathering information about possible actions and will present that at a Congregational Forum on Sunday, November 11th, immediately following worship.
If you would like to receive a copy of the letter the Board sent to the UFMCC Governing Board in August, or the letter from several of the elders, please contact the church office.
Please also continue to share your thoughts and concerns with any member of your Board of Directors: Angie Hansis, Jim “Hawk” Hawkins, Jessica Kobylinski, Lonna Thelen, Julia Wedemeyer or Pastor Alycia.
PPMCC is looking for three new board members. If you’d like to be involved in the leadership aspect of the church from the seat of a board member, download the Job Description and Application .
Applications are due no later than Sunday, Nov 11th and can be submitted to any Board Member or Pastor Alycia.