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The Catholic Church may have fewer nuns than in the past, but American society has a lot more “nones”—people who express no religious preference. Here are some findings about this group. – from the March 2010 edition of Presbyterians Today magazine.
Eight synods within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) have some form of Native American Ministry in their bounds. While you will find some presbyteries with several churches and chapels; others will have one church listed. Most PC(USA) Native American churches are located on reservation and trust lands. The one off-reservation church is located in Phoenix, Arizona…. Read more »
Fundraising ideas for universities and colleges from Equal Exchange.
This booklet provides Biblical, theological and historical background as well as current application ideas for each of the Social Creed affirmations. It also has questions for discussion and links to the Hudson River Presbytery’s posters and other resources.
For use in organizing on your college or seminary campus, compliments of Lutheran World Relief.
A description of Equal Exchange’s model of fair trade and how it works.
This document sets out in detail the history of the modern quest for economic security, and its many ramifications in the complex society we now inhabit.
by Mike Graves The church has always gravitated toward beauty and justice, and for good reason—they describe the very nature of God. As surely as the New Testament declares “God is love,” it could just as easily have included, “God is beauty” and “God is just.” Travel all over the globe and you will discover… Read more »
Use these indices to search the Call to Worship (2000 to present) and Reformed Liturgy and Music (1971 to 2000) archives. The indices are arranged by volume/issue, by subject and by author.
Use these indices to search the Call to Worship (2000 to present) and Reformed Liturgy and Music (1971 to 2000) archives. The indices are arranged by volume/issue, by subject and by author. To inquire about back issues contact Ada Middleton at (888) 728-7228 x5306.