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2020 vision team
Meeting jointly all day Thursday in Baltimore, the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board and the Committee on the Office of the General Assembly will also meet separately Wednesday and Friday as both bodies take care of business items leading up to the 224th General Assembly set for June 20-27, also in Baltimore.
Citando la decisión del Rvdo. Dr. J. Herbert Nelson, II, Secretario Permanente de la Iglesia Presbiteriana (EE.UU.), la comisión Camino hacia Adelante (WFC) y el comité de Revisión de Todas las Agencias (AARC) presentarán informes dentro del plazo del día de hoy, pero se podrán enmendar antes de la asamblea general.
Citing a decision by the Rev. Dr. J. Herbert Nelson, II, Stated Clerk of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the Way Forward Commission (WFC) and All Agency Review Committee (AARC) will submit reports by today’s deadline but leave the door open for amendments prior to General Assembly.
El equipo Visión 2020 de la Iglesia Presbiteriana (EE. UU.) concluyó su última reunión en persona hoy después de pasar tres días dialogando el formato y el contenido del borrador del informe que presentará a la 223ª Asamblea General este verano en St. Louis.
달라스— 미국장로교회의 2020비전 팀은 올 여름 세인트 루이스에서 223차 총회에 제출할 보고서 초안의 형식과 내용을 논의하기 위해 3일간을 보낸 후 오늘 여기에서 최종 면담을 마쳤다.
The 2020 Vision Team of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) concluded its final face-to-face meeting here today after spending three days discussing the format and contents of the draft report it will submit to the 223rd General Assembly of the denomination meeting this summer in St. Louis.
Following an opening devotional by team member Rebecca Snedeker-Meier, the 2020 Vision Team of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) started their meeting today to begin forming their draft recommendation to the 223rd General Assembly of the denomination meeting in St. Louis this summer.
The 2020 Vision Team is trying to work its way through a first draft of its report to the 2018 General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) – hoping to hit the right mix of being short, yet challenging; being grounded in biblical history and also looking forward. For sure, it’s an intricate dance.
The 2020 Vision Team continues to struggle for clarity – figuring out exactly what to report to the 2018 General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A); how to say not too much or too little; and how to make its work resonate with congregations.
2020 Vision Team discusses a church-sponsored coffee shop where the baristas are trained in pastoral care; a new congregation worshiping in a shopping mall; churches using their resources creatively — transforming unused buildings into affordable housing or incubators for faith development and spiritual practices.