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  • For its member churches, the WCC is a unique space: one in which they can reflect, speak, act, worship and work together, challenge and support each other, share and debate with each other.

    Sunday Offertory

  • No team in the WCC is more athletic than the Lions, and next year will be the third year most of the key players will be together.

    West Coast Conference

  • Portland coach Michael Holton fell to 0-5 in WCC tournament games.

    USATODAY.com - Scores

  • DeMars Square is down near the old WCC, which is now Saint Peter's Elementary School, near Hammond and Main Streets.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • DeMars Square is down near the old WCC, which is now Saint Peter's Elementary School, near Hammond and Main Streets.

    Memorial Day

  • The WCC is a great blog event, and I hope more people get involved.

    Weekend Cookbook Challenge # 12 - Round-up

  • The WCC is the oldest feminist health center providing abortions in the nation.

    Indybay newswire

  • Memphis and Gonzaga dominate C-USA and the WCC, which is largely why John Calipari and Mark Few play each winter.

    Sports News : CBSSports.com

  • Memphis and Gonzaga dominate C-USA and the WCC, which is largely why John Calipari and Mark Few play each winter.

    Sports News : CBSSports.com

  • According to one of my better sources, the WCC was a white-supremacist organization that flourished in the United States between the mid-50s and the mid-70s.

    ABP News

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