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2014–2015 Presbyterian Planning Calendar

Calendar pages begin with June 2014 and end with December 2015.

Cover of the 2014-15 planning calendar

Calendar Features

  • Monthly calendar pages from June 2014 through December 2015
  • Lectionary for the Lord’s Day and special liturgical days
  • Colors for the liturgical seasons
  • Liturgical days, programmatic emphases and secular holidays
  • Monthly planning suggestions and resources
  • Synod, presbytery and GA staff directories
  • Foldout synod/presbytery and world maps in color
  • User-friendly size—easily fits into a binder

 

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 Download the liturgical colors

Download the 2013 and the 2014 liturgical colors from the resource archive.

2013 Liturgical Colors

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2014 Liturgical Colors

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Download updated staff and structural directories

You can now download copies of the Alphabetical Staff Directory and the Structural Directory.

Alphabetical Staff Directory

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Structural Directory

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Comments

  • At one time the Planning Calendar was available for download into a pda or smartphone as the case was at the time. Is this still available? I'd love to have it on my iPhone. by Kathleen Splitt on 02/11/2014 at 1:42 p.m.

  • Our staff noted that the dates listed in the planning calendar for the beginning of Daylight Savings Time and Thanksgiving are both incorrect. The former is March 10 and the latter November 28. I am guessing this has already been pointed out so forgive me if I am repeating this unnecessarily. I just did see any errata listing that included these dates. Thanks and Blessings. by Jim Rausch on 01/29/2013 at 11:00 a.m.

  • I have created an online subscription calendar based on the PC(USA) planning calendar. Is this something you all want to advertise as a compliment to the printed calendar? It doesn't have everything, just the Sunday lectionary and special days listed. It does not have the planning materials on the opposite pages of the months. by Rev. Eric Ledermann on 12/29/2012 at 12:40 p.m.

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