The 2014 Presbyterian Mission Yearbook
Young Adults and the Church
The 2014 Presbyterian Mission Yearbook for Prayer & Study is devoted to the theme of young adults and the church. Its stories, many told by young adults, lift up how Presbyterians of all ages are engaging and joining with Presbyterian young adults in reforming the church for Christ’s mission.
The Mission Yearbook inspires thousands of Presbyterians as they uphold the mission of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in intercessory prayer each day. Join them! Become a partner in mission and celebrate what God is doing!
2014 Presbyterian Mission Yearbook wins
Award of Excellence
The 2014 Presbyterian Mission Yearbook for Prayer & Study received a DeRose-Hinkhouse Award of Excellence from the Religion Communicator's Council. Great job team!
Read the Presbyterian News Service release about this and other awards received by PC(USA) communicators.
Great April stories
April brings us inspiring stories from the Synod of the Trinity, the Synod of Alaska-Northwest, and Africa.
Revised hymn selections
Using Glory to God in worship? Check out this revised list of hymns. Download the PDF
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Great suggestion! It is now a reality thanks to our great Web team.
Might it be possible to put the rubric for morning (or daily) prayer up on this website? It would be lovely to have that outline when traveling, or to give to parishioners. Many thanks for your consideration. Leslie Latham Randolph, NY