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While the decision concerning the renovation of the Presbyterian Center may have received the most attention, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), A Corporation Board of Directors dealt with other important matters during its May 19-20 meeting.
Faith Counts, a multi-faith nonprofit group, on Monday launched a first-of-its-kind database that distills the latest research on how religion positively impacts the most important issues facing America.
The 36-page Annual Report of the Presbyterian Mission Agency has been published online and can be seen here. The theme for this year’s report is “A year unlike all others … and we responded.”
Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation Board of Directors awarded grants totaling $182,500 in April to 10 churches or organizations to partially fund outreach projects which enhance or expand their ministry.
The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation (PPC) on Thursday announced the Rev. Dr. Bridgett A. Green as the new Vice President of Publishing for PPC and Editorial Director of Westminster John Knox Press.
A new Communicators Network Facebook Group has launched to connect church communicators with one another and extend the conversations to educate, inspire and support their communities.
The Rev. Dr. Barbara Anne Roche, Horizons Magazine’s first editor, died May 8 after a year-long decline from a head injury. She was 86.
After skipping a meeting in April, the Coordinating Table came together with a purpose Thursday, agreeing by consensus to a plan for staff to begin identifying the restrictions on some of the 2,000 restricted funds set up as bequests over many decades and continuing the discussions required for presenting a unified budget, perhaps as soon as the 226th General Assembly in 2024.
The past few years, Unbound: An Interactive Journal of Christian Social Justice has launched Advent and Lenten devotional series focusing on groups such as Black Women and people with disabilities.
The Rev. Dr. Teri McDowell Ott, Dean of the Chapel at Monmouth College, a Presbyterian-related institution in western Illinois, has been named editor and publisher of the Presbyterian Outlook.