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Organizers of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Big Tent 2017 event have assembled a list of seven ‘Fast Facts’ for those attending, or considering attending, the July 6-8 gather in St. Louis, Missouri on the campus of Washington University.
En este mensaje de Semana Santa, el Director ejecutivo interino de la Agencia presbiteriana de misión, hace hincapié en lo que la Iglesia Presbiteriana está haciendo en Puerto Rico al.
In his Holy Week message, the Interim Executive Director of the Presbyterian Mission Agency focuses on what Presbyterians are doing together in Puerto Rico.
The Rev. Jan Edmiston, Co-Moderator of the 222nd General Assembly (2016) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), returned early last week from a trip to Syria with a delegation from the church’s Compassion Peace and Justice ministries. Following the chemical weapons attack in Idlib and the retaliatory airstrikes by the United States military, she issued a prayer for the people of Syria and the world.
Every year, an average of 200 Presbyterians gather in Washington, D.C. for Advocacy Training Weekend as an opportunity to worship, attend workshops and fellowship with other Presbyterians and Christian denominations. But this year’s attendance for Compassion, Peace and Justice Training Day is hitting record levels and people are still signing up with less than two weeks to go.
The Executive Committee (EC) of the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board (PMAB) met today to consider the future composition of and nominations for the next class of the Executive Committee.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), A Corporation, has teamed with the Insurance Board and Praesidium to help PC(USA) church councils and members of churches prevent child sexual abuse. The partnership has launched a toll-free Abuse Prevention Helpline (866-607-SAFE) to provide assistance to church councils and church families in their efforts to keep predators away from children
New Castle Presbytery looked to its roots during an especially difficult time of church dismissals. However, by remembering where it came from while looking to the future, the presbytery better understood its calling.
The Presbyterian Mission Agency Board concluded its spring 2017 meeting today, looking ahead to further discussion on the structure of the board and its relationship to findings and recommendations of the Way Forward Commission.
The eight ministerial teams of the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board (PMAB) met at various locations around the city yesterday—including several churches and the Presbyterian seminary—as they conducted their business and heard from local religious leaders. The teams met as one component of the Board’s spring 2017 meeting in Puerto Rico.