The 66th United Nations Commission on the Status of Women is centering the role of women and girls in combatting climate change. But the event opens, the world and women and girls in particular are facing numerous issues that intersect with the climate crisis, including the COVID-19 pandemic and a war in Europe that threatens to become a global conflict.
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.
Presbyterians for Earth Care has joined a growing list of Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) groups calling for a speedy divestment from companies that contribute to the production of the two major greenhouse gasses, carbon dioxide and methane.
Representatives from various Hispanic-Latina churches were introduced to the Presbyterian Hunger Program’s Earth care programming this week as part of a series of educational talks called “New Year, Earth Renewed” or “Año nuevo, Tierra renovada.”
Presbyterian Hunger Program staffer promotes alternative options by Darla Carter| Presbyterian News Service LOUISVILLE — Could changing the way food is produced in this country and beyond lead to a better, healthier environment and improve a whole host of social problems? Andrew Kang Bartlett, National Associate for the Presbyterian Hunger Program, raised that possibility during… Read more »
This year, a longtime global partner of the Presbyterian Mission Agency, the Council of Protestant Churches of Nicaragua (CEPAD), will celebrate a significant milestone — 50 years of service to the people of Nicaragua.
New worshiping communities in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) take on new and varied forms of church in a changing culture. Primarily they are seeking to make and form new disciples of Jesus Christ in order to transform the world. How they put that into practice often involves creativity and out-of-the-box approaches.
Climate change will become a focus of the Matthew 25 invitation in 2022 and in support, global partners and ministry areas in the Presbyterian Mission Agency have created the Presbyterian Tree Fund to receive carbon offset donations that’ll be used for grants that support tree planting and other climate- friendly projects.
“Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.” — Luke 23:42