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Liturgical Index of Commonly Used Praise Songs

The index by Kati Salmons was compiled from information supplied by Church Copyright License International (CCLI) from church reports of copy activity during 2008–2009. We hope this list will supply you with many new songs, though it is not intended to be a resource for the newest songs for “contemporary worship.” This list does demonstrate,… Read more »

Help! We Need to Organize the Education Program

A resource for congregations Your church may be starting a ministry from scratch and discovering the basics of organization. Thanks to the Presbytery of the Twin Cities Area, Witherspoon Press and the authors of Help! We Need to Organize the Education Program, chapters of the out-of-print text are available on this site. Chapter 1: Organizing… Read more »

Church Transformation

What is Church Transformation?   For more information on Church Transformation, contact Eva Slayton at  Let’s start with the word ‘transform.’  Look it up in a dictionary and you will find a definition like this: a. to change in composition or structure b. to change the outward form or appearance of c. to change in… Read more »

Your Presbyterian Theological Seminaries at a Glance

  Everyday life has changed significantly since the first of your Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) theological seminaries were founded in 1794 and 1812. Over the years, additional theological institutions were established, carrying on the Presbyterian tradition of providing educated leadership for congregations from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Rim. Each institution is represented on the… Read more »

Just Eating? participants book

Just Eating? Practicing Our Faith at the Table Participants Book is a seven-session curriculum for congregations that explores the relationship between the way we eat and the way we live, published by the Presbyterian Hunger Program. The study uses scripture, prayer and stories from the local and global community to explore five key aspects of… Read more »