The message couldn’t have been any clearer—not only the message of the Rev. Tom Tickner’s closing sermon on Oct. 14, but also the underlying message at the heart of the entire ARMSS/POAMN national conference.
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary has completed the first phase of its Covenant for the Future strategic plan, which kicked off in 2011. By reaching its goal of $2.4 million for the first phase of the capital campaign, 100 percent tuition assistance for all master’s-level students is now a permanent benefit of attending Louisville Seminary.
The Rev. Donald J. Dawson will retire October 31 as director of the World Mission Initiative (WMI) at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and the New Wilmington Mission Conference (NWMC). Dawson has directed WMI and the conference since July 2000.
The Ecumenical Institute at Château de Bossey is observing its 70th anniversary with notable speakers, creative worship, prayer services and a book launch, over the weekend of September 30 – October 2.
Four seminaries of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) have been named to the fourth annual list of “Seminaries that Change the World.” The schools are Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Columbia Theological Seminary, McCormick Theological Seminary and Union Presbyterian Seminary.
Después de la culminación de la 222a Asamblea General (2016) el 25 de junio en Portland, Oregón, los miembros de la Iglesia Presbiteriana (EE.UU.) han seguido siendo testigo del cambio histórico de la denominación para tomar distancia del enfoque y el liderazgo nacional caucásico hacia una mayor diversidad cultural, racial y étnica.
A compilation of news from Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) seminaries including Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Columbia Theological Seminary, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, McCormick Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Princeton Theological Seminary, San Francisco Theological Seminary and Union Presbyterian Seminary; and other pertinent seminary news.
Following the adjournment of the 222nd General Assembly (2016) on June 25 in Portland, Oregon, members of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) have continued to witness the denomination’s historic shift away from its largely white national focus and leadership toward greater racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity.
“First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions and thanksgivings be made for everyone.” — 1 Timothy 2:1