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The PC(USA) is joining in calls for support of legislation to grant temporary protected status (TPS) to Cameroonian nationals in the United States.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is one of the major sponsors of Together We Welcome, a five-day virtual Church World Service (CWS) conference to strengthen support in the faith community for immigrants, migrants and refugees.
With LGBTQIA+ History Month and National Coming Out Day Oct. 11, October has a lot of significance in the LGBTQIA+ community.
When Nkazi Sinandile learned that refugee women in her adopted city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, were having trouble retaining employment because of various barriers, she created another outlet for their talents in 2009.
Now that the War in Afghanistan has ended, the cost of the United States’ longest war can be represented in numbers.
The Washington office of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is drumming up support for the Freedom to Vote Act.
A cascading series of events has refocused conversation on what many considered as flawed U.S. policies in Haiti.
Most churches in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) proclaim welcome to anyone attending worship for the first time, whether worship is occurring in person or online. Why welcome matters and how much impact welcome can have were among the topics explored Saturday by Trinity Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Missouri, which welcomed the Rev. Brian Ellison, executive director of Covenant Network of Presbyterians, to both speak to and listen to a welcoming congregation. Watch the 75-minute event here.
Presbyterians are being encouraged to support a weekend of advocacy by the Jubilee USA Network, a partner of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) that promotes debt relief for poor countries and an equitable distribution of vaccines.
Continuing its series of outreach during the pandemic, the Cory Johnson Program for Post-Traumatic Healing at Roxbury Presbyterian Church in Boston on Monday hosted the webinar “COVID-19 and Kids: What’s a Parent to Do?”