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Millions of Americans were surprised and shocked when insurrectionists stormed the United States Capitol on Jan. 6 attempting to stop the certification of the November presidential election.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Public Witness (OPW) is joining more than 400 faith, human rights, civil society, and labor organizations in calling on the administration of President Joe Biden to join a global movement to make COVID-19 vaccines more widely available around the world.
Since the Feb. 1 military coup in Myanmar, peaceful protesters practicing non-violent civil disobedience have been met with bullets, tear gas and the fear of being dragged from their homes in the middle of the night.
Six weeks after homegrown terrorists stormed the U.S. Capitol Building, the congregation of Western Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C., continues to feel the emotional impact.
“How would you like an uplifting story?”
The question came in an email from the Rev. Catherine McMillan, a minister of the Reformed Church of Zürich in Switzerland.
Members and friends of First Presbyterian Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana, are putting their money where their mouth is with their Love Bomb initiative. And for the month of February, they are bombarding Black-owned businesses with their love in support of Black History Month.
The rise of neo-populism across Europe and the Church’s role in confronting it were at the heart of a webinar Thursday sponsored by World Mission’s Office of the Middle East and Europe.
Unbound: An Interactive Journal on Christian Social Justice has launched a new tradition of amplifying the voices of under-heard communities with its Lenten and Advent devotionals.
On Sunday, President Joe Biden signed an executive order reestablishing the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, a move anticipated and welcomed by leaders of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
Economic partnerships open the door for cooperation between Christians and Muslims through the House of Authentic Sense (HAS), Indonesia’s only fair trade co-op. Like many countries, Indonesia needs development projects that are designed to empower society, especially women, minorities and disabled communities.