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Young adults called to mission service

A year of service, a lifetime of deeper questions. One of the many ways the Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) program hopes to challenge participants is through the continual reshaping of the program’s own concepts about service. This is done best when young volunteers and local people of faith walk together to encourage, challenge and inspire one another.

Under the Big Tree

A letter from Leisa Wagstaff, serving in South Sudan | February 2018

Young adults called to mission service

A year of service, a lifetime of deeper questions. One of the many ways the Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) program hopes to challenge participants is through the forming and continual reshaping of the program’s own concepts about service. This is done best when young volunteers and local people of faith walk together to encourage, challenge and inspire one another.

Southern California church leaders celebrate release of detained immigrant pastor

“When the church is awake, justice is done,” says the Rev. Heidi Worthen Gamble. Gamble serves as mission catalyst for Pacific Presbytery, which worked in conjunction with a Southern California church movement called Matthew 25/Mateo 25 to secure the recent release of a Guatemalan immigrant pastor who had been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Homelessness

  Hunger and Homelessness Sunday is November 15, 2020! Many Presbyterian congregations run homelessness ministries or provide volunteers and funding for nearby shelters. Spurred by the biblical call to house the homeless and the church’s strong social witness policy on the issue, PC(USA) has worked to address homelessness through support for shelters, transitional housing, social… Read more »

Being the Good Neighbor

A letter from Mark Hare and Jenny Bent, serving in the Dominican Republic and Haiti | August 2017

“God is working His purpose out!”

A letter from Ruth Brown in the U.S., on Interpretation Assignment from the Democratic Republic of the Congo | April, 2017

Presbyterian Hunger Program joins other Presbyterians at climate march in Washington

Presbyterians from across the country joined more than 150,000 people in Washington, D.C. last weekend for the People’s Climate March. Crowds lined the streets from the Capitol to the White House, ending the march at the Washington Monument. The large demonstration and smaller ones around the country were planned to coincide with the Trump administration’s 100th day in office.