Register today for the June 23 (2pm EDT) online Matthew 25 event that will look at hunger and food insecurities.

Peace & Justice

Challenging the ‘idolatry’ of the nuclear family

The first time the Rev. Lee Catoe heard the term “queer,” it was in the saying “queer as a $2 bill.” Sometimes it simply referred to something that was just odd, but other times it was referring to someone in the LGBTQIA+ community.

Far from the border, churches welcome refugees

Balloons swayed in the air, children kicked their swings toward the sky, and laughter floated beyond the fence as congregants and friends of Second Presbyterian Church gathered on the church’s playground after one of its first in-person worship services in months.  

Presbyterian leader to speak on Israel-Palestine in White House meeting

The Rev. Jimmie Hawkins, Associate Director for Advocacy in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), will be speaking to Thursday’s meeting of the White House Office of Faith-Based  and Neighborhood Partnerships at the invitation of Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) about the current conflict between Israel and Palestinians.

Breaking free from purity culture

The second Linda Kay Klein heard that the gunman in the March 16 shootings at three Atlanta spas considered his victims “stumbling blocks,” she knew he had been raised in purity culture.