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Central Maryland Ecumenical Council
A Christian Voice for Peace, Justice, Sustainability, and Equality  
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The Central Maryland Ecumenical Council is a community of Christian organizations in the Greater Baltimore Region.  Our mission is to advocate for environmental, racial, social, and economic justice using nonviolent organizing principles in building the Beloved Community

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The Rev. Jack Sharp Awards Dinner


At The Rev. Jack Sharp Awards Dinner, we awarded Destiny Watford the Rev. Jack Sharp Transformative Leadership Award. We awarded Rev. Dr. John Deckenback posthumously the Ecumenical Leaders Group Lifetime Leadership Award.

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
Executive Director Position available (Half Time Position)

The Central Maryland Ecumenical Council (CMEC) is a community of Christian organizations in the Greater Baltimore Region. Our mission is to advocate for environmental, racial, social, and economic justice using nonviolent organizing principles in building the Beloved Community.

The position is for the chief executive officer of the organization, working with both the CMEC’s Board of Directors and the Ecumenical Leaders Group to achieve their goals. For more information on CMEC and the Ecumenical Leaders Group visit www.cmecouncil.org.

Minimum qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree or commensurate experience of 10 years interfaith and community work.  The Executive Director (ED) should have skills in organizing, fundraising, and outreach through social media. 

The ED should have financial and organizational management experience, and have basic computer skills with email, WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT, and PUBLISHER. 

See the complete Job Description.  

Deadline for applications: Friday, January 20, 2017
Please send letter of interest and your curricula vitae (CV) via email to cmecouncil@gmail.com or 
Attention: Gary Gillespie
Central Maryland Ecumenical Council
5400 Loch Raven Blvd
Baltimore, Md. 21239







CHRISTIAN UNITY PRAYER SERVICE
In observance of the worldwide Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, the central Mary Ecumenical Council, the Episcopal Cathedral of the Incarnation, and the St. Ignatius Catholic Community will co-sponsor "Reconciliation", an Ecumenical Prayer Service on Friday, January 20, at 7:30 pm at the Cathedral of the incarnation, 4 E. university Parkway. In case of inclement weather call the Cathedral at 410-467-3094