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Faith & Worship

Worship & Music workshop explores dialogue, dissonance and debate in the Bible

The Bible is sprinkled with dialogue, dissonance and debate. That’s a good thing and it’s something that makes the Bible unique among sacred texts, Dr. William Brown said Monday during a class he’s offering at the Worship & Music Conference being held this week at Monreat Conference Center by the Presbyterian Association of Musicians.

World Mission’s Africa team leads the PC(USA) Chapel service

To honor Africa Day celebrated on Thursday and Pentecost on Sunday, World Mission’s Africa team led the Chapel service on Wednesday. Nearly 50 of the PC(USA)’s national staff joined the team for an informative and thoughtful online worship service.

Montreat Conference Center announces its Summer Worship Series

Montreat Conference Center in Montreat, North Carolina, has announced its Summer Worship Series for 2023. Services are held in Anderson Auditorium at 10:30 a.m. Eastern Time beginning on June 4 and running each Sunday through Aug. 6. The services will be livestreamed here.

A Presbyterian minister discusses her intentional approach to retirement

Now in its fourth season, this movement of Everyday God-talk is subtitled “How to Rest and Grow.” It explores the individual’s sense of call through transitions and retirement. New episodes are posted monthly on the Office of Theology and Worship’s Facebook page and YouTube Channel.

A retired PC(USA) minister lives into the call to let go

“The way I’ve always done ministry is that I love my people,” said the Rev. Cynthia Jarvis, a retired pastor in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), in the latest episode of “Everyday God-talk.” Jarvis spoke to the Rev. Dr. So Jung Kim, associate for Theology in the Office of Theology and Worship, in three 10-minute conversations organized around the themes of how Jarvis’ soul, heart and mind are responding to the call to retire.