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The Rev. Zoë Garry and the Rev. Ezequiel Herrera operate in different ministry settings. But as they found out during an hour-long conversation last week, which can be heard here, they share at least two traits: both are church planters, and both serve God and new worshiping communities in the Synod of the Sun.
An Indiana judge signed an order recently that frees up funds at the Presbyterian Foundation to support the 1001 New Worshiping Communities program at the Presbyterian Mission Agency.
Three new worshiping communities in Arizona, Georgia and Louisiana have been named winners of the 2022 Sam & Helen R. Walton Awards. Each recipient, listed below, will receive $15,000 for their excellence in furthering Presbyterian mission in their communities and neighborhoods.
Emerge, a new worshiping community in Port Richey, Florida, officially began right before the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020.
It’s been a little more than a month since Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a “special military operation” to “demilitarize and denazify” Ukraine on the morning of Feb. 24.
Like some of its neighbors in Northwest Chicago, Friendship Presbyterian Church knows what it’s like to be on the move and without a home.
In its first grant cycle of 2022, on behalf of the Presbyterian Mission Agency, the Mission Development Resources Committee awarded 19 Mission Program Grant to worshiping communities — including $10,000 Seed Grants to nine communities who are just getting started.
First Light Fellowship in Anthem, Arizona, pastored by the Revs. Kristin and Brandon Willett, is a 1001 new worshiping community and a recipient of a $2,000 Mariners Family Ministry Grant.
Since arriving in Houston from Ghana, Pastor Ebenezer Boateng has persevered through many ups and downs.
But finally, the new worshiping community he founded, the Presbyterian Church of the Redeemer, officially became a chartered congregation in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
At First Presbyterian Church of Baraboo, Wisconsin, a small town near Madison, longtime church members wanted to know what it means to be Presbyterian.