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Thursday’s Being Matthew 25 broadcast, which you can view here or here, was all about neighborliness.
A new Disability Inclusion Toolkit from the Office of Christian Formation will help Presbyterian continue along the path of congregational inclusivity.
Journey to the Cross, the devotional series for Lent, returns to the devotional website and app d365.org beginning on Ash Wednesday, March 2, and continuing through Easter Sunday on April 17.
Why did the pastor cross the road?
To draw attention to the Presbyterian Giving Catalog’s new Coop Club, of course.
With a big assist from the gifts of music leader Mark Miller, closing worship for APCE’s Circle of Faith event in Chicago ended Saturday where it had begun the Wednesday before, with Hebrews 12:1-2.
Although God’s house may be no place for vendors, that’s not to say that there’s no room for God in the marketplace.
One by one, and sometimes in pairs or trios, denominational partners of the Association of Partners in Christian Education rose Saturday to tell those attending APCE’s annual even in Chicago and online how they’re sustaining their faith communities, especially as pandemic obstacles to faith formation enter their third year.
During his engaging mini-plenary Friday, the Rev. Dr. Rodger Nishioka gave educators attending the annual event of the Association of Partners in Christian Education in Chicago a homework assignment: memorize Isaiah 50:4 and recite it to the folks back home if they ask what you learned at the “Circle of Faith” event of the organization formerly known as the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators.
To set the stage for her “Circles of faith, Circle of Empowerment” message from Hebrews 11:23-28 on Friday, the Rev. Dr. Lis Valle-Ruiz proclaimed during the recently renamed Association of Partners in Christian Education conference that attendees were going to experience the Holy Spirit throughout their whole body.
On Thursday the Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis recalled for the recently-renamed Association of Partners in Christian Education the scene — including tastes, smells and lasting impressions — of the first time she took communion when she was 7½ years old.