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Alphabetical Staff Directory of all PC(USA) employees.
La práctica del hermanamiento guía a toda nuestra iglesia conexional. Nos guía individualmente como miembros, líderes y pastores. Nos guía colectivamente en nuestras congregaciones, presbiterios, sínodos, ministerios de la Asamblea General, e instituciones vinculadas. Este documento parafrasea una declaración de política adoptada por la 215a Asamblea General (2003) sobre la misión en hermanamiento.
The 2019 Gun Violence Resource packet provides congregations and mid-councils a robust package of material to help congregations put thoughts and prayers about gun violence into obedient action. The packet is a mixture of online and print resources compiled by the ministries of Compassion, Peace and Justice over the course of the last decade, but… Read more »
2020 Liturgical Colors from 2019-2020 Presbyterian Planning Calendar
Based on a framework provided by the Kenya Mission Network and the Presbyterian Church of East Africa
Presbyterians yearn to join in partnership with the global church, coming together as one body in Christ. It is in the spirit of partnership with our brothers and sisters in other places that the PC(USA), through an action of the 212th General Assembly in 2000, encouraged congregations, presbyteries, synods and other church bodies to “do… Read more »
Buscando ser fieles juntos: normas para presbiterianos durante tiempos de desacuerdo
What are some of the implications for congregations and mid councils that attempt to be supportive of new worshiping communities ministering to immigrants at risk of deportation? What can we do to help? This document provides a few suggestions from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Immigration Issues, Office of Public Witness and Presbyterian Disaster… Read more »
Risking Peace is a five or six session companion to the book Five Risks Presbyterians Must Take for Peace by Christian Iosso, published in 2017 by Westminster John Knox Press. The guide helps participants explore reflect upon and apply the five peacemaking affirmations approved by the 222nd General Assembly in 2016.