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Way Forward Commission meets at Columbia Theological Seminary

The Way Forward Commission of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) gathered at Columbia Theological Seminary March 5-7, 2017 for its second face-to-face meeting. Commissioners discussed the work and progress of subgroups, took action to ensure collaboration and communication with the Six Agency Review Committee, and mapped their future course of action.

La Gran Carpa 2017 se enfocará en «Raza, Reconciliación y Reforma»

El pueblo presbiteriano de todo el país está invitado a vivir su fe en La Gran Carpa 2017 en St. Louis, Missouri. Esta reunión bienal tendrá lugar del 6 al 8 de julio, en el campus de la Universidad de Washington. El tema «Raza, Reconciliación y Reforma», enfatizará la esperanza del evangelio y su poder de transformar la sociedad de nuestro actual contexto cultural, que está marcado por la ansiedad, la división racial, la animosidad política y la desigualdad econó

Comité de revisión de las seis agencias culmina su primera reunión

El Comité de Revisión de las Seis Agencias comisionado por la 222a Asamblea General (2016) de la Iglesia Presbiteriana (EE.UU.) se reunieron aquí esta semana para comenzar el proceso de discernimiento sobre sus metas y escuchar a los representantes de las seis agencias que conforman la denominación.

Six Agency Review Committee concludes its first meeting

The Six Agency Review Committee commissioned by the 222nd General Assembly (2016) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) met here this week to begin the process of discerning their goals and hear from representatives of the six agencies that comprise the denomination.

Our ‘Hidden Figures’

As Presbyterian World Mission celebrates its 180th anniversary this year, it’s worth noting that well over 200 years ago Presbyterian Women were organizing around mission, both domestically and internationally.

Freedom Rising programs take shape in pilot cities

With bumper stickers and hashtags, Facebook pages and community partnerships, the Freedom Rising initiative to improve the plight of the African American male is beginning to take off in the five cities where the program will be piloted. The initiative approved by the 222nd General Assembly (2016) seeks to assist communities in Baltimore, Charlotte, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and New York City by addressing problems specifically related to African American males.