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Faith & Worship
As the Rev. Dana Vaughn was completing her studies at Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Virginia, the Presbyterian Mission Agency (PMA) was innovating several new initiatives designed to allow Vaughn—and a new generation of risk-taking pastors like her—to change and transform the world through their ministries, all while freed from the burden of educational debt.
The Rev. Dr. Alice Ridgill, founding pastor of New Faith Presbyterian Church in Greenwood, South Carolina, will deliver Thursday afternoon’s sermon at the 2016 Presbyterian Youth Triennium. Preaching on the theme of “Teach Me the Way I Should Go,” Ridgill’s sermon follows the “GO!” theme and scriptures guiding the content of the conference.
Each summer the hills surrounding the Montreat Conference Center come alive with the sound of organ music, congregations singing, and the Good News shared by special guest preachers Sunday mornings.
When I began the apprenticeship for 1001 [New Worshiping Communities], my coach and I sat in a diner and I scribbled my vision on the back of a placemat.
Roots of relevance at Princeton Theological Seminary
Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations committee to propose Confession of Belhar adoption
‘Company of New Pastors’ program provides formation framework for ministry.
New worshiping community housed in a gym promotes physical and spiritual wellness
Veteran Spanish and Korean language translators, Elizabeth Vasquez and the Rev. Sunkyoo Park, understand their daily tasks—and their larger role within the Presbyterian Mission Agency (PMA)—not just as a job, but as a calling.
First Thai-Laotian Presbyterian Church is the sole recipient of the 2016 Sam and Helen R. Walton Award of $50,000.