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Roland is now in high school and is among a group of student panelists presenting on the topic “Social Economic Reforms for Sustainability,” organized by the National Christian Youth Fellowship. The invitation to be a panelist is merited by outstanding academic achievement and each of the panelists performed exceptionally on this day.
The Evangelical Church of the Czech Brethren (ECCB) and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) are hosting a virtual conference on youth involvement from 2 p.m. through 4 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday, October 17.
Following hurricane Ida’s South Louisiana landfall late last month, the New Orleans Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) site turned a learning relationship with the Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe in Terrebonne Parish into a service opportunity.
The Presbyterian Peacemaking Program’s Season of Peace has been enhanced this year by artists with something to say — or sing, or paint, or even throw, such as pottery — and it was Simon Doong’s task on Monday to discuss the impact artists are having on Presbyterians subscribing to the Season of Peace videos and spoken word.
Once again the Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) Program is breaking new ground.
The Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) program will commission 33 members of the 2021-22 class virtually Sunday.
The ceremony will be carried live on the Young Adult Volunteer Facebook page at 4 p.m. Eastern Time.
The African American Intercultural Congregational Support ministry announces its inaugural Black Millennials and the Church forum. The online event will begin at 7 p.m. Eastern Time on Thursday, September 9.
The Church’s annual Pentecost Offering supports ministries that help children at risk, youth and young adults through the Presbyterian Mission Agency.
It’s truly a ‘virtual world’ when someone born and raised in South Carolina can work full-time in Portland, Maine, while also serving as a virtual Young Adult Volunteer fellow with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in Louisville, Kentucky.
As a student of social and health psychology at Presbyterian-related Davidson College, from which she graduated in 2019, Langley Hoyt knew her own mind best of all — not to mention her hands and feet.