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Advocacy & Social Justice

Can prayer stop a convoy?

Experiencing prayer with Ukrainian immigrants in Spokane, Washington, was so powerful recently for the Rev. Sheryl Kinder-Pyle that she felt compelled to share her experience with others.

Urge Congress to support Ukrainians impacted by the Russian invasion

The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Public Witness (OPW) is asking people to contact their congressional representatives and urge them to support people in Ukraine and refugees and asylum seekers following Russia’s invasion of the country.  

‘The whole country is rising to help these people’

The people of Poland, a nation well acquainted with the misery an invading country can inflict, has responded to the 500,000 or so displaced Ukrainians who have crossed the border into Poland in amazing and yet practical ways.

BIPOC leaders talk climate justice

A diverse group of panelists concerned about how vulnerable communities are being impacted locally and globally by climate change and climate justice issues was featured in a webinar this week by the Washington office of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and some of its partners.

‘Reparations are profoundly biblically correct’

In the final of three forums celebrating Black History Month last week, the Rev. Dr. Alonzo Johnson, coordinator of the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP); the Rev. Carlton Johnson, coordinator of Vital Congregations; and Christian Brooks, the representative for domestic issues at the PC(USA)’s Office of Public Witness, addressed the 2022 theme “Resiliency to Recovery.”

A hymn to help voice prayers for peace

The Rev. Carolyn Winfrey Gillette, a Presbyterian hymn-writer who has penned new lyrics to more than 400 hymns, has published her most recent hymn, “We Pray for Peace” to Finlandia, the tune for the hymn “Be Still, My Soul” and “This is My Song.”

PC(USA) joins a vigil for peace in Ukraine

The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) joined an ecumenical and interfaith vigil at noon Eastern Time Wednesday to pray for peace in Ukraine, where Russian aggression is bringing the nations to the brink of war.