Female nominated for SECC president

Southeastern California Conference (SECC) delegates will vote tomorrow on Sandra E. Roberts' nomination to conference president. The constituency meeting will take place at La Sierra University Church, Calif., at 9 am.

Roberts has been the executive secretary of SECC since November 2004, and the first woman to be elected as an officer of the conference. Roberts earned a Doctor of Ministry degree, with emphasis in spiritual formation, from the Claremont School of Theology. She holds an ordained/commissioned minister credential from SECC. 

President Ted Wilson will be present at the meeting. The agenda and list of delegates can be found at http://seccsession.org. 


An empty victory for the PUC majority, a feminine perspective


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