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“You shall love the Lord your God.” Matt. 22:37

Company of Pastors
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Karen Russell
(800) 728-7228, x5401
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100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202

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The Covenant of the  Company of Pastors is open to anyone.  Those who join The Company commit themselves to daily disciplines of prayer, as well as the reading of Scripture and The Book of Confessions. Opportunities to engage other members of The Company provide an opportunity to reflect on the readings in concert with colleagues. Members of The Company can access the daily readings through our membership community.

Joining the Company of Pastors is free.  You can access our on line community (which is a protected site) which gives you the opportunity to engage others, provides the daily readings, has links to blogs, interesting resources, and some days has some interesting chatter….  You can join that community by asking for an invitation via e mail.

 If you would like the resources for Company of Pastors, including the daybook, the pocket lectionary, etc, you can order those individually or as a bundle from the church store here.

Materials available to help you in your daily disciplines:

  • A Day Book containing a two-page-per-week calendar format with
    • the daily scripture readings and the day’s selection from one of the church’s confessions
  • A travel-sized list of the daily readings
  • A travel size copy of the Covenant of The Company which includes suggestions for the order of Daily Prayer

All of these resources are available through the Church Store.

If you have questions, please contact us.

By email: Company of Pastors
By phone: (800) 728-7228,  x5041

Comments

  • Thanks for your question! The 2014 Daybook and Pocket Lectionary are due to be in the warehouse December 1, 2013. by Barry Ensign-George PC(USA) Staff on 11/08/2013 at 11:57 a.m.

  • Has the 2014 version of the Daybook and Pocket Lectionary been published and made available? by Vicki L. Evans on 11/07/2013 at 1:05 p.m.

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