It can be hard to reach every team member in an organization the size of Christian Living Communities (CLC). However, our dedicated volunteer Board of Directors strives in many ways to let all who work at a CLC community or service know how much they value the sacred work team members do daily.


The people who comprise our Board of Directors are from a wide range of backgrounds and expertise, which they all willingly lend to guide CLC to success. We are grateful for the countless hours they pour into our organization.


Our board strives to ensure the financial health of CLC and our ability to strive for our vision, deliver our mission, and do so with our values guiding our way.


This year, the board recorded a series of holiday-well-wish videos for team members featuring our We! Value Statements. This video series was shared via text and e-mail with all CLC team members this week leading up to Christmas and marking the beginning of Chanukah.

Click on each We! Value below to hear our Board of Director’s message for team members.

We Celebrate


We Embrace the Possibilities


We Care


We Belong


Our Executive Director of Chaplain Service, Jim Kok, also recorded a message for team members about the importance of understanding and celebrating all holiday celebrations.


Click here to hear Jim’s Message,


Also, Jim shares some resources to learn more about the variety of ways people celebrate.


Tanenbaum – Center for Interreligious Understanding,


The Anti-Defamation League Calendar of Observances,


This holiday season, and every other day of the year, it is essential to everyone at CLC, from our Board of Directors to our leaders and team members, that everyone feels valued, appreciated, understood, and celebrated.


Whatever holiday you celebrate, we support and welcome your traditions; we value everyone in our CLC family. Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, Happy Kwanzaa, and Happiest of Holidays!



About the Author

Pam Sullivan

Pam Sullivan, Vice-President of Strategy and Communications, joined the team in 2004 in the Donor Relations department. Since then, she has held various positions include Donor Relations Director, Executive Director of Marketing and Vice-President of Engagement. Pam is responsible for internal and external communications, branding and brand messaging, crisis communication and guiding and supporting strategic initiatives. She is a “go to” in figuring out new projects and building a work flow.

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