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During a fast-paced two-hour Zoom conversation this week, the Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow led more than 100 participants in a discussion on “The Scattered Church: Pastoring in a Time of Pandemic.”
At 5 p.m. Eastern Time Thursday as part of BLACKOUT Day during the Presbyterian Week of Action, a COVID-19 memorial service will be held via Zoom — and also streamed live on the PC(USA) Facebook and Week of Action pages.
During the final worship service at the Vital Congregations virtual gathering last week, the Rev. Shanea Leonard challenged nearly 100 participants to become co-conspirators in the work of the gospel.
Everything we once knew as “normal” has changed — including the ebb and flow of the church calendar: welcome to “anything but” ordinary time.
As churches shifted to digital worship due to the pandemic this past spring, it was clear to the Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow that he wasn’t going to try to replicate what happened each Sunday during in-person worship.
At 7 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday, Aug. 30, the Presbytery of Santa Fe will host an online memorial service for the Rev. Richard Avery, half of the Avery and Marsh songwriting duo who published more than 150 hymns, carols and anthems.
Church and worshiping community leaders, are you looking for ways to support families in faith formation at home during a time of pandemic? Would you like your community to have access to a children’s Bible, hymnal and prayers in their home?
When he first saw the Everyday God-Dance video, the Rev. Dr. Barry Ensign-George, the coordinator of the Office of Theology & Worship, said he loved it.
The Office of the General Assembly and the Presbyterian Mission Agency’s Office of Theology and Worship have together prepared a statement on the sacrament of baptism and services of ordination and/or installment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Commissioned Ruling Elder Lisa Allgood, a trained immunocytochemist and transitional executive presbyter for the Presbytery of Cincinnati, will present an update on Zoom about the most recent findings on COVID-19 and its impact on the human body.