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Peace & Justice
The Office of Public Witness is asking Presbyterians to support House Resolution 751 and condemn this week’s attacks by the Israeli army against seven prominent Palestinian human rights and civil society organizations.
Open Hand Ministries, a collaborative effort of four PC(USA) churches in Pittsburgh working to empower Black families living in the Steel City’s East End to build multi-generational wealth, was the featured organization last week on “A Matter of Faith: A Presby Podcast.” Open Hand Ministries’ executive director, Wayne Younger, explained to hosts Simon Doong and the Rev. Lee Catoe how churches can help to empower the communities in which they’re situated.
With a month to go before she begins her stint as an International Peacemaker, Carmen Elena Diaz Anzora is looking forward to discussing the issues facing her home country of El Salvador and chatting about her church’s collaborative work with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
The PC(USA)’s Office of Public Witness and the Cuba Partners Network are among the organizations calling on the U.S. government to give aid, engage in dialogue and suspend U.S. sanctions following a massive blaze that started last week at the Matanzas Supertanker Base, Cuba’s largest oil storage facility.
After a two-year hiatus, a collaboration between the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and Columbia Theological Seminary recently resumed with students traveling to the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations (PMUN) and the Presbyterian Office of Public Witness (OPW) to learn about effective environmental advocacy.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance National Response Team (NRT) members visited areas of Eastern Kentucky impacted by devastating late July floods late last week and early this week to offer support and help plan long-term recovery efforts.
Days and weeks after summer flooding ravaged various presbyteries this summer, the extent of the damage continues to be assessed. But the known effects have been significant, from displacing school children and pastors to damaging church basements and parishioners’ homes.
If Jesus coached women’s track and cross country at an Ivy League university, what would that look like?
The devastating flooding in eastern Kentucky that took the lives of at least 37 people is part of a series of flooding events that Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is offering support and prayers for.
Conflict, the Rev. Dr. David Anderson Hooker likes to say, is just two ideas trying to share space.