Regional Ministries

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The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has 32 regional churches in the United States and Canada.
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Regional ministries exist to cultivate growth in congregations by demonstrating true community, deep Christian spirituality, and a passion for justice, as called for in Micah 6:8. Regions also educate and empower congregations to become healthy and vital living witnesses to the love, justice and grace of God through Jesus Christ, as is called for in Acts 2:43-47.

College of Regional Ministers with General Minister and President nominee, March 2017

Marks of a Faithful Regional Church

Every person who is a member of a Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) congregation is automatically a member of the Region in which that congregation is located. There are 32 regions in the United States and Canada.

Regional Map

You can see how the regions are geographically organized with our regional map. (Downloadable versions are available.)

Regional Websites

You can learn more about each regional ministry by visiting their website:

Alabama-Northwest Florida www.alnwfldisciples.org
Arizona www.Azdisciples.org
California, Northern-Nevada www.ccncn.org
Canada www.canadadisciples.org
Capital Area www.cccadisciples.org
Central Rocky Mountain www.centralrockymountaindisciples.org
Florida www.fldisciples.org
Georgia www.gadisciples.org
Great River www.grrdisciples.org
Illinois and Wisconsin www.cciwdisciples.org
Indiana www.indianadisciples.org
Kansas www.kansasdisciples.org
Kansas City, Greater www.kcdisciples.org
Kentucky www.ccinky.org
Michigan www.michigandisciples.org
Mid-America www.mid-americadisciples.org
Montana www.montanadisciples.org
Nebraska www.disciples-ne.org
North Carolina www.ncdisciples.org
Northeastern under revision – e-mail magglover1@aol.com
Northwest www.disciplesnw.org
Ohio www.ccinoh.org
Oklahoma www.okdisciples.org
Oregon and Southwest Idaho www.oidisciples.org
Pacific Southwest www.disciplespswr.org
Pennsylvania www.padisciples.org
South Carolina www.scdisciples.org
Southwest www.ccsw.org
Tennessee www.ccdctn.org
Upper Midwest www.uppermidwestcc.org
Virginia www.ccinva.org
West Virginia www.wvdisciples.org

As of 2017, the regions have an informal system of geographic clusters that include:

Western Regions in Ministry (WIRM) – Northwest, Oregon/SW Idaho, Montana, Northern California/Nevada, Pacific Southwest, Arizona and Central Rocky Mountain regions

ROSES – Southwest, Great River and Oklahoma regions

Southeast Regional Fellowship (SERF) – North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama/NW Florida, Tennessee regions

Heartland – Illinois/Wisconsin, Indiana, Nebraska, Kansas, MidAmerica, Michigan, Greater Kansas City and Upper Midwest regions

Northeast Regional Fellowship (NERF) – Ohio, Pennsylvania, Northeast, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Canada and the Capital Area regions