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Resources in Compassion, Peace and Justice
Food Week of Action In this issue… Faith Food and Mindfulness Hunger Action Congregation Rural Farming and more… Download PHP’s 2016 Impact Report only
The “We Choose Welcome Action Guide” invites Presbyterians to extend biblical hospitality and stand in solidarity with our refugee neighbors. It includes background, guidance, and resources to help you and your congregation get started in welcoming refugees to our community. (June 2017)
Resource on affordable housing and homelessness policy issues produced by The Advisory Council on Social Witness Policy in 2008
While there is no “right way” to challenge all of the “isms” we face, here are a few suggestions to consider– both personal and congregational.
Confronting the “isms” In this issue… Confronting Injustice Standing Rock: A Call For All People Confront the “isms” and Take Action …and more! Download Confront the “isms” poster only
Sermons and Liturgy is a thematic collection of sermons and liturgical materials celebrating the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP). It helps pastors develop SDOP-themed worship services and provides insight into the Biblical and theological foundations of the SDOP ministry.
Learn how the Committee on the Self-Development of People invests in people with its partners across the globe. Included is basic information needed to apply for a SDOP-funded grant.
The SDOP Sunday resource lifts up stories of community building, self-reliance, and hope – stories of God in action. It also provides hymns, liturgical suggestions, and how to access other free SDOP resources that are available to you and your congregation.
Resource created by Rev. Betty Angelini, Director of Crestfield Camp and Conference Center, Slippery Rock, PA. A ministry of Pittsburgh Presbytery. Rev. Angelini was assisted by Rev. Sharon Stewart, and Mr. Joshua Sarchet.
From 1973 to 2009, the US prison population grew from 200,000 to two million, and people of color are disproportionately incarcerated, so standing against mass incarceration is a matter of neighbors helping neighbors. One Great Hour of Sharing enables Presbyterians to extend neighborliness across the United States and around the world to impoverished and oppressed… Read more »