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CoH Mid-Cities names new pastor
The Rev. Rachel Ciupek-Reed has been named
the new pastor of Cathedral of Hope Mid-Cities,
a congregation of the United Church of Christ lo-
cated in the Mid-Cities area between Dallas and
Texan by birth, Ciupek-Reed joins CoH Mid-
Cities from Southern California, where she most
recently served as senior pastor of Mt. Holly-
wood Congregational Church UCC.
The Rev. Jo Hudson, senior pastor of Dallas-
based Cathedral of Hope UCC, CoH Mid-Cities'
mother church, said Ciupek-Reed'g "jay, enthu-
siasm and deep love for all people will empower
our congregation in the Mid-Cities in all areas of
Ciupek-Reed's first Sunday in the pulpit at
CoH Mid-Cities will be this Sunday, Oct. 9. The
congregation meets at The Old Bedford School,
2400 School Lane in Bedford.
Ciupek-Reed graduated with a master of di-
vinity degree with an emphasis in systematic the-
ology from the Pacific School of Religion in
Berkeley in 2007. Prior to entering the ministry,
she worked in the fields of non-profit develop-
ment and information technology. She also holds
a bachelor of science degree in information tech-
nology from National American University in
Ciupek-Reed was born in Dallas and moved
to Northern California with her family when her
parents entered the seminary there. Raised in the
San Francisco Bay Area, has travelled internation-
ally and visited 49 of the 50 U.S. States.
Ciupek-Reed said she is happy to be moving
back to North Texas, where she will be closer to
her father, who lives in Austin, and to her mother,
siblings and nieces who all live in Indiana.
"Mostly, I have a deep desire to serve the com-
munity of the Mid-Cities Church with God-given
grace and joy in the years to come," she said.
Dallas Bar offers LegalLine
Volunteer attorneys will answer legal ques-
tions at no cost from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on
Wednesday, Oct. 12, and Wednesday, Oct. 19, via
LegalLine, a call-in program sponsored by the
Dallas Bar Association.
LegalLine is a community service for DFW-
area residents, provided the second and third
Wednesdays of each month. On these designated
nights, anonymous lawyers are available to an-
swer questions in many law-related areas rang-
ing from divorce and child support matters, to
wills, insurance/ employment and criminal law
Residents needing assistance: should call
LegalLine at 214-220-7476.
Individuals may also receive: referrals to local,
legal or social service agencies. LegalLine volun-
teer attorneys typically answer between 50 and
90 calls each night. ■
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