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The commemoration for All Souls’ Day, also known as All Saints’ Day, is a long-held tradition to honor family members who have passed. It is a tradition which takes different forms in human cultures around the world.
When leaders at First Presbyterian Church of Mt. Pleasant first heard about the Matthew 25 initiative, they thought it was “a good challenge” to think about how their faith guides them to serve their community.
Ahead of Hunger and Homelessness Sunday being observed on Nov. 12, the national staff of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) heard a sermon Wednesday by one of the church’s most committed and innovative practitioners of the Matthew 25 movement, the Rev. Heidi Worthen Gamble.
Earlier this week, a Matthew 25 workshop on eradicating systemic poverty focused viewers’ attention on the importance of being willing to dig in “for the long haul” to help address deeply rooted problems in international communities.
Can you name the 11th largest country in the world? Would it help if I said it is the second-biggest country in Africa?
In its final series, the “A Year with Matthew 25 podcast” asks leaders to invite worshipers into reflection about how their congregation will focus the resources of its time, treasure and service.
The Rev. Anthony Jermaine Ross-Allam, the director of the Center for the Repair of Historic Harms, will be among the workshop presenters during the Matthew 25 Summit being held at New Life Presbyterian Church Jan. 16-18, 2024, in Atlanta.
The final in a series of four 2023 Matthew 25 online workshops working toward eradicating systemic poverty will be held beginning at noon Eastern Time on Monday, Oct. 30. Individuals and congregations involved in working with communities in the U.S. and overseas on hunger issues can register to attend here.
In March 2011, when a pastor called a long-serving community member right before his death, only God knew that conversation would be the beginning of a journey and a living example of restorative justice.
Twenty-nine U.S. denominations and faith organizations have joined together to launch One Home One Future, a multi-faith campaign to strengthen vitality, relevance, and community connection across generations — to care for our shared home — in local congregations nationwide.