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Opinions on priorities for the GAMC; access to and use of the confessions;familiarity with and opinions about the Belhar Confession; views about Israel/Palestine and the rest of the Mideast.
Summary of findings from the November 2009 Presbyterian Panel Survey. Experience with schools; views on public education and educational policy issues; awareness of PC(USA) mission and ministries; factors influencing purchase… Read more »
Experience with schools; views on public education and educational policy issues; awareness of PC(USA) mission and ministries; factors influencing purchase decisions regarding study resources.
In the 1990s, the General Assembly set two diversity goals: increasing the people of color share of the membership to 10 percent by 2005 and to 20 percent by 2010…. Read more »
These pages summarize major findings from the first survey sent to all panelists asked to serve from 2000 to 2002. The survery was initially mailed in September 1999, and returns… Read more »
This Report profiles Presbyterians as a people, describing them as a faith community (beliefs, church backgrounds, and levels of church involvement) and as a social and demographic community (age, sex,… Read more »
These pages summarize major findings from the first survey sent to all panelists asked to serve from 2003 to 2005.
Suppose someone gave you $200 to give to a charity or religious cause. How would you decide where to contribute? We presented Presbyterians that scenario on a 2005 survey, asking… Read more »
Recently in this column I discussed decades-long membership losses in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), but this month I’m addressing an area in which the PC(USA) is growing: the weight of… Read more »
Some months ago I examined the long-term slide in membership numbers within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Despite these steady net losses, donations from individuals to congregations actually increased over the… Read more »