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Leadership Development Top Priority for Western Jurisdiction Hispanic/Latino Ministry Council

1/17/2020
California-Nevada Episcopal Leader Bishop Minerva Carcaño and Executive Director of Connectional Ministries Jorge Domingues welcomed members of the Western Jurisdiction Hispanic Latino Ministry Council (WJHLMC) at the Conference office January 8 and 9 for a time of reflection and planning.   The most important outcome of the gathering was the unanimous prioritization of leadership training for pastors and lay leaders for successful and fruitful engagement with Hispanic/Latino committees.  ...

A Call to Organize for Change

1/15/2020
by Hubert Ivery | Pastor, San Francisco, Geneva Avenue UMC Social injustices continue to be pervasive in our society. How can we best confront them? What is the role of the church? In years past, many churches have been content to address the symptoms of these injustices by providing food, safety, prison ministry, relation, shelter, and other such services. Rev. Dr. Clayton Childers, outgoing Director of Conference Relations with the UM Board of Church and Society, developed a power-point ...

Fair Oaks UMC pays Elementary School Lunch Debt

1/15/2020
by Dedra Beauchamp Local Church Pays 100% of Local School’s Lunch Debt Each year Fair Oaks United Methodist Church (Fair Oaks UMC) donates the offering received at the Christmas Eve service to one of many outreach ministries that are supported year-round. Ministries range from local homeless support to national disaster relief to international sustainable living campaigns. For 2019 Fair Oaks UMC decided to step out of their comfort zone and step up their Christmas giving from a 1-night ...

The Burgeoning Problem the Housing Gap

1/15/2020
by Hubert Ivery The lack of affordable housing is one of the most pressing issues we face in the San Francisco Bay Area. There is a growing gap between available housing and affordable housing. Lack of housing is a moral and ethical problem. It reflects a society’s spiritual commitment to create a healthy and just community for all people. It is everyone’s responsibility to make sure every person has adequate housing. Housing availability hinges on how communities manage land, construction, ...

UMC PRIDE Collective Sponsors First Benefit Concert

1/15/2020
by J.B. Brayfindley The Methodist PRIDE Collective (MPC), a group of 13 United Methodist Churches in Northern California, is sponsoring a benefit concert for the Trans & Queer Youth Collective (TQYC) on Saturday, January 25, 2020. The event will be held from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2100 J Street, Sacramento. The event features, not one, but three musical ensembles including the Gay Men’s Chorus, The Sacramento Women’s Chorus and internationally honored ...

Post-Earthquakes: California-Nevada VIM Team Makes 3rd Trip to Puerto Rico

1/10/2020
As California-Nevada Conference prepares to dispatch another team of Volunteers in Mission to Puerto Rico, earthquakes and aftershocks continue to rock the island for the second straight day, hampering recovery efforts and further damaging communities working to rebuild after the devastation of Hurricane Maria in 2017. Tymera Jackson, stateside coordinator of The UMC Puerto Rico volunteer program reports that the leaders of the Methodist Church of Puerto Rico (MCPR) and Rebuilding Communities ...

GBCS issues statement on escalating violence with Iran

1/3/2020
(GBCS) - As people of faith, we condemn the United States’ dangerous aggression towards Iran, including the assassination of Gen. Qassem Soleimani and the deployment of additional troops to the region. We urge the Administration to step back from the brink of war.  Our faith communities see the futility of war, and its power to dehumanize. We know that human flourishing entails breaking cycles of violence, being courageous peacemakers, and focusing on the root causes of conflict. Violent ...

Bishop Carcaño Statement on UMC Protocol of Reconciliation & Grace Through Separation

1/3/2020
Friends,   Grace and peace to you in this New Year. May Christ our Lord bless you and keep you throughout the days to come.   Early this morning the work of a group of faithful leaders of our United Methodist Church pertaining to the division that we continue to experience over whether LGBTQ+ persons will be fully included in the life and ministry of The UMC was released. While it is not solely the work of the Council of Bishops, it is work that has had the full support and engagement of the ...

Bishop Announces Hiring of Director of Communications

12/19/2019
A message from Bishop Minerva Carcaño:    It is with great joy that I announce that Ms. Selby Ewing has accepted our invitation to come among us to serve as our director of communications, effective January 1, 2020.    Selby succeeds our interim director, Cate Monaghan, who has been faithfully serving in the role since 2018. We are grateful for Cate’s ministry and send her forth with blessings.    Selby comes to us with a deep appreciation and understanding of the connectional system of The ...

New Leadership for Growing Young Congregational Cohort

12/18/2019
The California-Nevada Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church has severed its ties with Fuller Youth Institute, a branch of Fuller Theological Seminary, over the issue of same-sex marriage. The following communication was sent conference-wide: December 18, 2019    During the fall of 2019, more than 30 of our local churches began a year-long process to learn how to grow younger in partnership with Fuller Theological Seminary. At the outset of this relationship, Bishop Minerva G. Carca...

A 2019 Christmas Letter from the Council of Bishops

12/18/2019
On behalf of the Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church, Bishop Kenneth Carter, president of the council, has issued a Christmas letter focusing on what it means to “walk in the light of the Lord.”    Read the letter online through either of the following links:   2019 Christmas letter (article version)   2019 Christmas letter (PDF version)  

Attend Annual Homeless Persons’ Interfaith Memorial Service on Saturday

12/18/2019
You are invited to honor the lives of our sisters and brothers in Santa Clara County who died without homes, by attending the Homeless Persons' Interfaith Memorial service this Saturday in San Jose. Your participation also will help bring awareness to the ongoing tragedy of homelessness in our community.     Held annually on the Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year, the Homeless Persons' Interfaith Memorial service features leaders from the diverse religious traditions of the South Bay...

Los Rios Schedules Basic Lay Servant Trainings for 1st Qtr. 2020

12/18/2019
Are you setting your goals for 2020? Is one of them to increase your service to the church and know more about being United Methodist? (And if not, why not?!)   The Los Rios District will offer Basic Lay Servant Training classes in the first quarter of 2020, beginning in January. The trainings will be held on three different Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at various locations. Cost is $25, which includes lunch.   The classes will utilize the text Lay Servant Ministries Basic Course ...

‘Making Discipleship Matter’ Workshop Scheduled for February

12/12/2019
  Churches that form a culture of discipleship and deep small group communities have a proven track record of growth – both in numbers and depth. For that reason, the Healthy Church Initiative welcomes Dr. Phil Maynard to the California-Nevada Annual Conference for a two-day workshop that will help your church experience deep transformation. Dr. Maynard’s system for intentional discipleship has transformed countless churches across the nation.   The workshop will take place Friday, February ...

Don’t Forget: ‘Listening to Your Church’s Voice’ Responses Are Due Dec. 31

12/11/2019
The deadline is near for submitting your church’s responses to the three “Listening to Your Church’s Voice” questions: Completed surveys are due December 31, 2019.    Through the district superintendents, the Core Team of the California-Nevada Annual Conference has asked that each local church engage in conversation around the following three prompts, and enter responses online by the end of this year:  How would it be helpful to hold up a mirror for your church to see what is really ...

Bay District Hosts Advanced Lay Servant Ministries Course

12/11/2019
The Bay District of the California-Nevada Annual Conference will offer an Advanced Lay Servant Ministries Course in January, using the book The Spirit and Art of Conflict Transformation, by Thomas Porter. Teams from churches are encouraged to attend.   With the understanding that transforming conflict into a positive force is a spiritual pursuit that must be grounded in biblical principles, the resource (Porter's book) outlines processes that we can use to prepare ourselves for the work of ...

Bergquist Named GBHEM General Secretary

12/10/2019
Brothers and Sisters in Christ, For the last six months, Rev. Greg Bergquist has faithfully led the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) as the acting general secretary. Today, the GBHEM Board of Directors is pleased to announce that we have elected him as the agency’s new general secretary for a full four-year term. Although he has only been at the helm for a short period of time, Greg has already made significant strides for GBHEM. He has worked with the board to clarify ...

‘Giving Tuesday’ Opportunity Continues to End of Year

12/5/2019
The Council on Finance and Administration (CFA) for the California-Nevada Conference extends its deep gratitude to those who contributed to the conference’s Giving Tuesday campaign this week.   The focus of the campaign, The United Methodist Church World Service Fund, helps actualize the church’s Four Areas of Focus:  Engaging in ministry with the poor, stamping out killer diseases of poverty, creating new places for new people while renewing existing congregations, and developing principled ...

Register by Dec. 15 for ‘Game Changers’ Immigration Justice Seekers Training for Young Adults

12/4/2019
The National Federation of Asian American United Methodists (NFAAUM), in partnership with the General Commission on Religion and Race (GCORR), is offering an immigration justice seekers training for young adults, in the new year.   “Game Changers” training will be held Monday, April 13 to Wednesday, April 15, 2020 in San Diego.   The registration deadline is December 15, 2019.   Immigration justice is one of the most pressing issues of our time. Through this training, young adults – ages 18 to ...

The Holy Land Through Justice- and Peace-making Eyes

12/4/2019
By Rev. Mike Friedrich   The United Methodist-based organization, Friends of Wadi Foquin (FoWF), has announced its next Holy Land pilgrimage, to take place April 27-May 8, 2020. Following closely the itinerary of Bishop Warner Brown’s trip of 2016, the FoWF group will visit biblical sites such as the Sea of Galilee, Nazareth, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, and Hebron, while witnessing current realities for Israelis and Palestinians. Each day will include prayer, site visits, and conversation with local ...

UM-related Groups Protest ‘Red-Tagging’ by Philippines Defense Department

12/4/2019
The National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP), at its 25th General Convention, has affirmed the November 6, 2019 statement, “Standing Up for Loving God and Serving Our People,” that was issued by NCCP’s officers regarding the “red-tagging” of the Council.   That statement decried “the baseless and unfounded inclusion of its name in the list of 'front organizations of local communist terrorist groups (CTG)’” by the Philippines’ Department of National Defense (DND), and reads, in ...

A Palestinian Christian Advent Message

12/2/2019
On the 10th anniversary of Kairos Palestine, Saturday, December 14, 2019, Pacific School of Religion (PSR) will host a panel discussion that is sponsored, in part, by the Advocacy and Justice Committee and Israel-Palestine Task Force of the California-Nevada Conference of The United Methodist Church (UMC).   Under the banner "A Cry from Bethlehem to the International Community: A Palestinian Christian Advent Message on the 10th Anniversary of Kairos Palestine," the 10:30 a.m. event will feature ...

Sunnyvale Trinity Hosts Sunnyvale Singers Benefit Concert

11/22/2019
Get in the Christmas spirit on December 8, 2019, at 4 p.m. when Sunnyvale Singers presents a preview of the group's 2019 winter concert, "Winter Dreams," at Sunnyvale Trinity United Methodist Church, 583 E. Fremont Avenue in Sunnyvale, California. Founded in 1976, the Sunnyvale Singers provides two formal concerts each year and performs regularly at retirement homes and community events in the South Bay. A free-will offering will be taken to benefit Sunnyvale Community Services (SCS). Marie ...

Summit Elects 'Dream' Team

11/19/2019
By Cate Monaghan Interim Communications Director "I’m thankful that the body was willing to put their trust in the people who were here – in nine people, or 10 people, whoever that’s gonna end up being – and I’m hopeful that they can be beyond the confines of institutional hierarchy and institutional baggage and bureaucracy, and dream of something. So I’m hopeful in that sense."—Rev. Joseph Kim, Pacific Northwest Conference of The UMC A team of 10 people – five clergy and five laity – has been...

Sleeping Bag Donations, Thanksgiving Meal Donations for Homeless Requested

11/19/2019
Loaves and Fishes requests donations to help provide a Thanksgiving meal to 1,000 homeless and hungry guests on Tuesday of Thanksgiving week. Food donations are needed by tomorrow (Friday, Nov. 22). Visit https://sacloaves.org/holiday/thanksgiving for a detailed list of needs, along with drop-off times and location. Monetary donations may be made by mail or online.   John McCormack, a member of St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in Sacramento, reports that new or used sleeping bags are needed, ...

FUMC Napa Devotes Weekend to Homeless, Remembers Homebound Congregants

11/18/2019
By Juliane Poirier  Communications Manager, FUMC of Napa, CA   On the last weekend of September, the congregation of Napa’s First United Methodist Church (FUMC) engaged in a full-throttle effort to better the lives of less fortunate members of that California community. Compassion Weekend was the brainchild of Liz Marks, a mother of two and active member of the church since 2006. After hearing Rev. Marylee Sheffer, FUMC Napa’s pastor, describe what other churches were doing for Compassion Week, ...

'Holiday Brunch and Fellowship' at Elmhurst UMC

11/15/2019
Elmhurst United Methodist Church in Oakland, California cordially invites you to attend a "Holiday Brunch and Fellowship" on Saturday, December 7, 2019, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is hosted by the Committee on African American/Black Ministry of the California-Nevada Conference of The United Methodist Church and by the Bay Area chapter of Black Methodists for Church Renewal (BMCR). A wonderful gathering is being planned, to include liturgical dance and choirs. The following month there ...

Watch WJ Fresh United Methodism Summit Today

11/14/2019
The Western Jurisdiction (WJ) Fresh United Methodism Summit opens this afternoon at Rolling Hills UMC in Southern California, and key portions of it will be live streamed. Tune in at 4 p.m. at http://westernjurisdictionumc.org/wj-events/fresh/ for opening worship. There will be a dinner break following, during which some table discussion will take place. Streaming will resume at 6:30 p.m. with reports from the jurisdiction work groups that were formed after the 2019 General Conference, and ...

December Workshops Help Build More Inclusive Community

11/13/2019
The California-Nevada Conference Children and Poverty Committee, through the Mission Service Committee, is providing two innovative workshops on Saturday, December 7 at Elk Grove United Methodist Church.   The workshops, “Liberating Communication” and “Sacred Space – Understanding the Impact of Trauma,” came out of the NETworX experience of working with generationally poor people who are breaking the cycle of poverty. Creating liberating communication and creating sacred space beyond trauma both...

Fifth Annual Taylor Memorial Winter Concert, ‘Magnify,’ Is Dec. 14

11/13/2019
Taylor Memorial United Methodist Church presents its fifth annual winter gospel concert, “Magnify” – Saturday, Dec. 14 at 5 p.m. at the church.   Radio Personality Leslie Stoval from KCSM 91.1 FM, the Bay Area’s jazz station, will serve as mistress of ceremonies. Created by Minister of Music Althea Battle, "Magnify" will feature, among others, the Taylor Anointed Praise Choir; Alfreda Lyons-Campbell; Divinity Praise Dancers; the Grace Temple Baptist Church Choir; and Taylor UMC pastor, Rev. ...

WJ Bishops Pledge Safe Harbor for LGBTQ+ UM Clergy, Seek Support

11/6/2019
By Western Jurisdiction UMC   LAKE JUNALUSKA, N.C., Nov. 6 – As new restrictions loom against LGBTQ+ persons in The United Methodist Church, the five active bishops in the Western Jurisdiction (region of the United States) are offering a Safe Harbor to LGBTQ+ clergy and are urging bishops and other United Methodists to join them.   The bishops have asked their colleagues on the denomination’s Council of Bishops to sign their declaration and urged other clergy and laypersons across the church to ...

Watch video: WJ Bishops declare Safe Harbor to LGBTQ+ clergy, candidates

11/6/2019
In powerful testimonials, the active United Methodist bishops of the Western Jurisdiction explain why they have taken the bold step of pledging Safe Harbor for LGBTQ+ United Methodist Clergy and candidates, and for those officiating at same-sex weddings. #UMC4All   To learn more and to support the bishops' declaration, visit: http://bit.ly/safe-harbor-umc

Leadership Development Surveys Due Tuesday

11/6/2019
Have you completed your Leadership Development Survey yet? This survey has been distributed to clergy and laity in the California-Nevada Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church as the first step in identifying a leadership plan intended to help the local church grow and cultivate leaders to help make more disciples for the transformation of the world.   The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete and all responses will be kept confidential. Your participation is appreciated, ...

Apply for funding to support your campaign to interrupt the school-to-prison pipeline

11/5/2019
The application deadline is November 15, 2019    The Office of Racial Justice invites United Methodist Women members and groups to apply for funding to help support local organizing campaigns to interrupt the school-to-prison pipeline. United Methodist Women members are eligible to apply for work happening at any level of the organization, including circle, unit, district, conference and jurisdiction. United Methodist Women may also apply for funding to support work that is happening ...

Core Team Talks Strategic Plan, Structural Change, WJ Summit at October Meeting

11/1/2019
By Cate Monaghan Interim Director of Communications “We felt there was good connectional, authentic conversation there,” chairperson Kathi McShane reported at the Saturday (Oct. 26) meeting of the conference Core Team, referencing listening sessions at the 2019 Annual Conference Session that the Core Team planned and coordinated.   Afterward, “We compiled and reviewed comments and distilled them into themes and values,” she continued, “which made their way into Listening to Your Church’s Voice....

Conference Core Team Advances Strategic Planning Process

11/1/2019
During these fall months, the Core Team, through your district superintendent, has asked that each local church in our conference respond to three questions as a follow-up to our listening sessions at annual conference.   Here is a short video, hosted by Core Team chairperson Rev. Kathi McShane, that will help your congregation understand better how these three questions and your candid responses will help shape the future of our annual conference.          When your team is ready to share your...

California-Nevada Responds to Latest Fire Threat

10/31/2019
“This morning brought good news for those of us in Northern California, and many reasons for continued prayer!” says Sonja Edd-Bennett, disaster response coordinator for the California-Nevada Conference of The United Methodist Church.   “Overall, the Kincade Fire is up to 60% containment and many areas are repopulating,” she reports. Although the northeast section of the fire zone continues to threaten, “The feeling overall is one of cautious optimism.”   The fire forced evacuation of 185,688 ...

Cal-Nev Pastors Evacuated Due to Kincade Fire, Church Services Cancelled

10/28/2019
Sunday church services were cancelled yesterday at Sebastapol, Forestville, and Windsor United Methodist churches and at Christ Church UMC in Santa Rosa, and there was only one service at First UMC, Santa Rosa due to evacuations. More than half of Sonoma County is under mandatory evacuation as the Kincade Fire continues to blaze, only 5% contained after four days.    Rev. Schuyler Rhodes, superintendent of the Los Rios District, has been in touch with pastors in the affected zone and, with ...

Domestic Violence Workshop to Help Bring 'Shalom'

10/28/2019
By Rev. Michele Robbins Pastor, Ukiah UMC The topic of domestic violence can be difficult to talk about, especially for those of us who know the pains that come when someone you love is in an abusive relationship. Being open to share about these experiences can help others who are caught up in the emotional roller coaster of having a family member or friend in a domestic violence situation. This is why I call the educational and empowerment work that I do to help end domestic violence my heart...

Historic Campground Returns to Life

10/28/2019
LITTLE RIVER —The sound of children laughing, playing, and singing can be heard in the forest once again. Mendocino Redwood Retreat, formerly the Mendocino Christian Camp, is being resurrected. The non-profit campground, which opened in 1986 on Albion-Little River Road, has been largely underutilized in the last several years, but new leadership is bringing about new life. Earlier this month, the Board of Directors for the camp approved a new mission statement: Encounter God, Enjoy Camping, and...

Building Bridges of Understanding with Native American Communities

10/24/2019
Memorial United Methodist Church in Clovis, California invites you to attend a special event, “Building Bridges of Understanding with Native American Communities,” this Saturday, October 26, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of Academy Methodist Church.   Academy is located at 10677 N Madsen Ave., Clovis, CA 93619, which is a few miles north east of Clovis, just off Highway 168.   Sponsored by Memorial UMC under the advisement of leadership from the North Fork Mono Tribe, the event ...

Campbell UMC Celebrates 22 Years as Reconciling Congregation

10/24/2019
In recognition of its 22nd year of being a Reconciling Congregation, Campbell United Methodist Church has invited Rev. Dr. Israel (Izzy) Alvaran, Reconciling Processes and Western Regional Organizer for the Reconciling Ministries Network, to preach on Sunday, October 27 at its 10 a.m. worship service. His sermon, “All are Welcome, but ...” is based on a study of Acts 8:26-40. At 11:30 a.m. in the Fireside Room, Alvaran and Campbell UMC's Pastor Alyss Swanson will give a short presentation on ...

Point Pleasant Offers Help for Depression Through Sunday Sermon

10/24/2019
Point Pleasant United Methodist Church in Elk Grove, California will feature David Woods Bartley as guest preacher this Sunday, October 27, on the subject “Reconstructing a Life Divided into a Life United – How to Build and Maintain Mental Health after Hardship, Tragedy, or Trauma.”   Bartley is a TEDx Talk speaker whose personal story includes directing a nationally recognized nonprofit and battling a life-threatening mental illness. He tells it this way:   “On August 31, 2011, I was going to ...

Registration Opens for Gathering of the Orders

10/24/2019
Registration for the 2020 Gathering of the Orders retreat is open now on the California-Nevada Conference website. The gathering will take place January 28-30, 2020 at Asbury United Methodist Church in Livermore, California.   In keeping with the Book of Discipline, Bishop Minerva Carcaño calls the Orders to gather for a time of retreat, learning, and strengthening relationships with each other while continuing on the journey of ministry. The bishop’s invitation extends to elders, deacons, ...

Growing Young Cohort Meets for First in-Person Summit

10/23/2019
Teams from the 30 churches selected to comprise the initial Growing Young cohort participated in their first in-person summit on Friday and Saturday, October 11-12, 2019 at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in Sacramento. The cohort, a partnership between Fuller Youth Institute and the California-Nevada Conference Offices of Congregational Development and Young People’s Ministry, engages the teams in a yearlong process of discernment and designing and deploying ways to create a more vital ...

Conference Mission Focus Area Conveners, Committee Chairs Meet

10/16/2019
By JB Brayfindley Communications Assistant “It’s great to know that everyone is working towards the same goal,” said Marsha Maloof, the newly appointed chair of the Subcommittee on African-American/Black Ministries, about the recent orientation meeting of the California-Nevada Conference Mission Focus Area (MFA) conveners and committee chairs. The October 9, 2019 gathering at the conference offices began with an opening worship service led by Rev. Fel Cao. There followed a series of ...

2020 Gathering of the Orders Workshops

10/15/2019
The planning team for the 2020 Gathering of the Orders is seeking clergy interested in leading 60- or 90-minute workshops. Gathering of the Orders will take place Jan. 28-30 at Asbury United Methodist Church in Livermore, California under the theme “Casting Our Nets,” based on John 21:1-6. Workshops are scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 29. If you would like to lead a workshop please contact Rev. Ken Schoon, kenneth.schoon@cnumc.org, or Rev. Jacey Pickens-Jones, jacey.johnsonpickensjones...

Church of the Mountains Anniversary Receives Press Attention

10/15/2019
By Cate Monaghan  Interim Director of Communications The Church of the Mountains United Methodist Church in Truckee, California celebrated its sesquicentennial (150 years) on September 29, an event that garnered press attention. The Sierra Sun newspaper reported on the milestone (October 4 edition, page 9), quoting Rev. Donna Farrell, pastor, as saying “We want the next 150 years to be 150 years of total inclusion of all people.”   Church of the Mountains is in the final stages of becoming ...

Volunteers Being Recruited for Fiji UMVIM trip

10/15/2019
A team of volunteers is being assembled for a United Methodist Volunteers in Mission (UMVIM) trip to Temple Methodist Church in Nasinu, Fiji (near Suva) to assist with the construction of a new worship sanctuary.   The date for the trip has not been set.   Interested? Here’s what you need to know:   The building frame is a typical commercial structure of red iron, rebar-reinforced, formed concrete, and concrete block construction, with a metal roof, and interior framing and flooring of wood, ...

Support UM Men, Scouting Ministry 'Give Day' on Mon. Oct. 21

10/14/2019
The General Commission on United Methodist Men is expanding its mission to enable all men and all youth to have an on-growing relationship with Jesus Christ. The biggest challenge however, is that the funding needed for both men’s and scouting exceeds income projections. Give Day will be observed on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019 and represents a one-day gifting opportunity for new and current supporters to provide financial support for men’s and scouting ministries throughout all levels of The United ...

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