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Peace & Justice
Yearning to break free from a life hindered by addiction, Lori Flick walked into Columbia Presbyterian Church in south-central Pennsylvania almost seven years ago and found a place of refuge.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Public Witness on Capitol Hill wants people to contact their senators to tell them to support the HEROES Act, which passed the House of Representatives last week.
The Rev. Laura Cheifetz was halfway through her presentation in Monday’s “COVID at the Margins” discussion of anti-Asian racism when she advised that sensitive viewers might want to hit the “mute” button.
After a successful first outing looking at the disproportionate impact of the coronavirus pandemic on communities of people who are black, the “COVID at the Margins” series returns at 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday, May 18, with a look at a community experiencing overt racism due to the virus: people who are Asian and Asian-American.
With mission co-workers and other Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) national staff tuned in from all over the country — and some from abroad — Compassion, Peace & Justice on Wednesday offered up “By the Waters of Babylon,” an online worship service of lament attended by more than 80 people.
A new discussion series on the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color — and how faith communities can address the problem — kicks off Monday on Facebook Live.
Recognizing a rapid increase in demand for food assistance, the Presbyterian Hunger Program has announced $113,000 in grants to help churches and community groups weather the coronavirus storm and build capacity to address hunger.
City Roots Community Land Trust in Rochester, New York, works to get people of modest incomes into quality homes, with the support of organizations such as the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People.
The Rev. Dr. Laurie Kraus has a theory about why some Americans have rushed to buy guns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
May ushers in Mental Health Month, an annual observance that takes on greater significance this year because of the global pandemic.