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Presbyterian Mission Agency
The Presbyterian Mission Agency Board (PMAB) met today via conference call to nominate and elect its new Executive Committee in addition to considering an appointment to the Presbyterian Investment and Loan Program (PILP). The board also received updates from the Executive Director search team and the Governance Task Force.
The Rev. Rosa Blanca Miranda will join Racial Ethnic & Women’s Ministries of the Presbyterian Mission Agency on May 17 as the associate for Hispanic/Latino-a Intercultural Congregational Support. For the past several years she has served as pastor of El Buen Pastor Presbyterian Church, a 1001 New Worshiping Community, in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
The Presbyterian Communicator’s Network was created in 2004 as a response to a General Assembly Mission Work Plan. The plan called for, among other things, enhancing communications efforts across the denomination and creating a system that promotes dialogue within the church.
The Rev. Dr. J. Herbert Nelson II is calling on Christian denominations to stand firm on social justice issues and get involved. The Stated Clerk of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) gave the Sunday morning message to the nearly 1,000 attendees in Washington, D.C.
Doris García Rivera, Presidenta del Seminario Evangélico de Puerto Rico, recuerda cuán agradecida estaba, al estar de pie en el escenario, en una reunión reciente de la Junta de la Agencia Presbiteriana de Misión en Puerto Rico.
El comité de la Junta Presbiteriana de la Agencia de Misión (PMAB), el cual está buscando un/a nuevo/a director/a ejecutivo/a de la Agencia Presbiteriana de Misión (PMA) quiere escuchar a todo el pueblo presbiteriano.
Doris Garcia Rivera, President of the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto, remembers how grateful she was, standing on the stage, at a recent Presbyterian Mission Agency Board meeting in Puerto Rico
Cuando Puerto Rico se convirtió en un territorio de los Estados Unidos después de la guerra hispano-americana, los misioneros en la isla recibieron áreas misioneras. Al pueblo presbiteriano se les asignó el lado occidental de la isla, que es donde vive la mayoría de las personas presbiterianas.
When Puerto Rico became a U.S. territory after the Spanish-American war, missionaries on the island were granted mission fields. Presbyterians were assigned the western side of the island—which is where the majority of Presbyterians live.
The Presbyterian Mission Agency Board committee that is searching for a new executive director of the Presbyterian Mission Agency wants to hear from all Presbyterians. The committee is seeking input not only from board members, mid council members and agency staff; it also wants input from those who teach Sunday school, deliver sermons, serve on committees and attend services at PC(USA) churches.