Presbyterians Today

It’s time to reconnect

Congregations are discovering what “together” means and what being there for one another can look like in a post-pandemic world.

Welcome to ‘phygital’ worship

The challenge for churches is how to make worship satisfying in both in-person and online settings without doing double the work.

The world needs peace

“Peace” is a multifaceted term, a dominant biblical theme, and an affirmative and essential call for justice among Presbyterians.

Face-to-face with all my stuff

Taking a personal inventory of possessions during the pandemic proved to be an eye-opening, and faith-building, exercise.

A duffer finds grace in golf

My tee shot gained altitude, a rare outcome and hopeful. But then it started to curve, bending more and more to the left. This was during the decade of my life when I played a little golf. The ball cleared the course fence — a good thing in baseball but not on the links — and I suddenly realized it was heading toward the traffic on the interstate next door.