November 11, 2010
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Foundation for CPE Offices are moving!

The Foundation for CPE offices are moving to Decatur, Georgia, effective Tuesday, November 23rd!


Please update your address book:


1549 Clairmont Rd

Suite 205

Decatur, GA  30033




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ACPE Center and Supervisors featured on PBS this weekend!

New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care's innovative Buddhist Chaplaincy training program at Beth Israel Medical Center, an ACPE Accredited Satellite of the Healthcare Chaplaincy, will be featured on the PBS show Religion and Ethics Newsweekly. It will be airing on PBS this weekend -- on Saturday, November 13th at 10:30am and repeated on Sunday, November 14th at 5:30pm in most markets.


On one of the days of filming ACPE Supervisors Jeffery Silberman, Maureen Mitchell, and Naomi Kalish were teaching....keep your eyes open for familiar faces!


The piece will also go live on the PBS website starting Friday evening at approximately 6:30pm.  It will be aired nationally this weekend, please check your local listings!

ACPE Supervisor Honored. Reception planned for November 18th

The Sisters of Providence, Mother Joseph Province invite you to the presentation of the Mother Joseph Award to Rev. Dr. David Duncombe on Thursday, November 18, 2010 at 3:00pm.  The award will be presented at Bethel Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, 480 E. Jewett Blvd., White Salmon, WA  98672.  You are cordially invited to a reception following the presentation.


Click here to read the complete press release.


David DuncombeDavid is a Retired ACPE Supervisor.  He was a long-time supervisor in San Francisco.  He is well-known for his commitment to social justice, peace and protection of the planet.  He retired many years ago to central Washington near the Columbia River.  But he has not stopped being involved.  At age 82, he sits on more than 22 boards and committees that serve the community.  That is the reason for his recognition.  He continues to consult with programs and students.  Please send him words of congratulations to:  The Rev. David C. Duncombe, PO Box 1236, White Salmon, WA 98672-1236.