Concordia Deaconess Conference®
Concordia Deaconess Conference® (CDC) is a free association of consecrated deaconesses who hold membership in an LCMS congregation and subscribe to and live by the confessional position of the LCMS. Membership is contingent upon holding membership in no other deaconess conference or association. The CDC was founded in 1980, the year the first synodical deaconess program opened at Concordia University Chicago.
Future CDC Conferences
2015 — Chicago, Ill.
2016 — Cleveland, Ohio
2017 — Pittsburgh, Pa.
2018 — Irvine, Calif.
2019 — Minneapolis, Minn.
What are the objectives of the CDC?
- To give all glory to God.
- To extend the Kingdom of God.
- To aid the Synod, specifically in upholding and promoting the deaconess ministry within the Synod.
- To provide opportunity for spiritual, personal, and professional growth and fellowship for those who are deaconesses in the LCMS.
Who are the officers of the CDC?
President: Jennifer Phillips
Vice-President: Sara Lemon
Secretary: Kimberly Bahr
Treasurer: Tiffany Manor
Member-at-Large: Heidi Bishop
Member-at-Large: Sarah Longmire
Member-at-Large: Amanda Bundy
Spiritual Counselor: Pastor Kevin Loughran
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