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Worship planning is well underway for this year’s Big Tent gathering of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in St. Louis, and musician Paul Vasile has something special in store for attendees. The multitalented musician and worship leader is bringing together a community choir and a host of local musicians to collaborate for services on the campus of Washington University, July 6–8.
Peals of laughter and lively chatter mingled with the whirring and humming of busy sewing machines in the small, makeshift classroom that STITCH volunteers and students now call their temporary hom
The complete series of GenOn’s Faith for Life Bible study curriculum for ages Kindergarten through 8th grade is now available from the PC (USA) Store. Each 25-session course is downloadable and includes the teacher’s guide, student handouts, and ideas for furthering faith formation at home.
Congregations wishing to make their facilities more accessible and inclusive of people living with disabilities have a new option for funding related enhancements to their campuses: The Accessibility Loan from the Presbyterian Investment & Loan Program.
‘How should the church respond when sin disrupts the church’s unity, creates division among the children of God, and constructs unjust systems that steal life from God’s creation?’ This question begins the introduction of the Belhar Confession in the PC(USA)’s Book of Confessions.
루이빌 – 미국장로교 (Presbyterian Church) Big Tent 행사에서 처음으로 본회의 및 예배의 일부로 번역 서비스가 제공된다. 교회 전체 모임은 7월 6일부터 8일까지 세인트루이스의 워싱턴대학 캠퍼스에서 진행된다.
Eric D. Barreto, profesor asociado del Nuevo Testamento en el Seminario Teológico de Princeton declare que «Dios creo nuestras diferencias y Dios les ama».
The Way Forward Commission of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) concluded its two-day meeting on the campus of McCormick Theological Seminary today. The focus of the meeting was brainstorming possible structural solutions for the denomination in anticipation of producing its midterm report.
The Way Forward Commission of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) met today at McCormick Theological Seminary to receive updates from its subgroups, engage in an extended discernment exercise and to hear from the Rev. Jan Edmiston, co-moderator of the 222nd General Assembly (2016).
The Rev. Denise Anderson and the Rev. Jan Edmiston, co-moderators of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) General Assembly 222 (2016), will present a plenary session tentatively titled “At the Cross: Intersections the Church Must Navigate” during this year’s Big Tent.