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Matthew 25

Stony Point Center calls its next director

Chelsea deLisser, the new director of Stony Point Center in the Hudson River Valley 45 minutes northwest of New York City, traces her life of service back to high school.

Presbyterian Mission Agency seeks public input on new flagship publication

For many years, Presbyterians Today has been the flagship publication of the Presbyterian Mission Agency. Now, PMA staff are taking a “Sacred Pause” to step back, listen for the leading of the Holy Spirit and dream up what a new publication might look like. During this reimagining process, they’re looking for input from former Presbyterians Today readers and potential new readers too.

A new day for farmworkers

Lupe Gonzalo understands all too well the hardscrabble life of a farmworker.

A letter from the Presbyterians Today Team

As we enter a season of dreaming and discerning what God has ahead for Presbyterians Today, we wanted to look back and celebrate the wonderful people, places and projects we’ve been blessed to share with our readers.

‘Being Matthew 25’ gives Presbyterians a view from inside the 67th Commission on the Status of Women, which concludes Friday

Reporting from the United Nations and the nearby Church Center for the United Nations during the 67th session of the Commission on the Status of Women, the people behind Being Matthew 25 brought the monthly series to its conclusion Thursday with a wide-ranging report featuring both #CSW67 organizers and Presbyterian participants. Click on the link above to watch the 31-minute broadcast hosted by the Rev. DeEtte Decker, Director of Communications for the Presbyterian Mission Agency.

Sowing seeds of hope

Paola Tognarelli’s [Tog-na-rē-le] connection to Mother Earth is sacred. Just like the bond she now shares with the other significant women in her life.

Through videos, a 200-year-old Brooklyn church explores the history of abolition and activism

“On Sunday, March 10, 1822, four men and six women swore an oath together in district school #1 on the corner of Concord and Adams Street in the village of Brooklyn,” reads Collette Foster, a member of First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn, New York, in a video series celebrating the congregation’s bicentennial. “Their idea,” Foster continues, “was to organize a house of worship and to found the only Presbyterian church in their settlement of 7,000 people.”

SDOP Sunday Resource & Yearbook highlights anti-poverty work

From helping women to start businesses in Panama to amplifying the voices of unhoused people in California, partners of the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People are making an impact worth celebrating.