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PHP is responding to famine in Yemen, Somalia, Nigeria, and South Sudan, and to extreme hunger in other places. This 11″x17″ poster is available for churches or others who are willing to join us in spreading the word so that we can offer further assistance.
An Extra Letter from John McCall, serving in Taiwan | February 2018
The newly formed Ministerial Teams gathered yesterday as part of the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board meeting and reported their activity to the plenary today. The teams consist of board members, PC(USA) agency and staff representatives working in the topical area being considered.
Presbyterian Hunger Program Staff Rebecca Barnes (she/her) Coordinator In January 2017, Rev. Rebecca Barnes became the Coordinator of the Presbyterian Hunger Program after serving for 5 years as the Associate for Environmental Ministries (within PHP). Rebecca is a graduate of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary where she earned a Masters of Divinity and a Masters of… Read more »
We are glad you are a part of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)! You’ve found the website for the Presbyterian Mission Agency. We are the mission arm of the Presbyterian church. Presbyterian Mission offers many resources for individuals and congregations who want to serve Christ more fully. If you’re looking for volunteer opportunities, you may find… Read more »
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In our time when the effects of climate change threaten to wipe out endangered species and uproot and displace communities, the Rev. Dr. David Gambrell says Presbyterians have a special responsibility to prevent such disasters and protect the most vulnerable.
The PC(USA) is joining in calls for support of legislation to grant temporary protected status (TPS) to Cameroonian nationals in the United States.
“I am so excited,” said the Rev. Samuel Son, the PC(USA)’s Manager of Diversity and Reconciliation, “that we get to hear from this philosopher, prophet and preacher.”
Nearly two centuries after many of their ancestors were displaced from their native homelands in the southern United States, a group of Native Americans is preserving their language and traditions in a unique community in Alabama.