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The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), A Corporation Board completed its work Friday by approving committee reports and hearing from A Corp President Kathy Lueckert and Denise Hampton, the A Corp’s controller, who discussed the financial picture through Sept. 30.
In a Sunday meeting that was a little hard for non-commissioners to follow because workgroup reports were kept private until the conclusion of the public portion of the Unification Commission’s online gathering, commissioners received a report on initial steps of unifying communications ministries of the Office of the General Assembly and Presbyterian Mission Agency.
The Presbyterian Center in Louisville, Kentucky, will host a screening of the film “1963-Still: Same Shot” from 3 p.m. through 4 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday, Nov. 20.
Meeting via Zoom on Thursday, the Presbyterian Church, A Corporation Board of Directors made short work of its agenda, taking a few actions and providing a handful of updates before voting to enter into closed session to discuss personnel, property, litigation and security matters.
Dividing its time almost evenly between closed and open sessions on Sunday, the Unification Commission — which is working to unify the Office of the General Assembly and the Presbyterian Mission Agency — voted to approve a timeline to complete its work by the 227th General Assembly in 2026.
As is their custom, members of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), A Corporation Board of Directors launched day two of their meeting Friday by reporting to one another the progress of the various PC(USA) boards and commissions on which they sit.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), A Corporation Board attended a film premiere of sorts Thursday afternoon.
Continuing its pattern of monthly meetings, the Unification Commission gathered via Zoom Sunday afternoon to hear reports from the four work groups the commission formed during its most recent meeting, March 9-11 in Louisville, Kentucky.
In what he describes as “a welcome convergence of my vocational journey as well as my personal and family journey,” the Rev. Dr. John Wilkinson will begin work as the director of the Ministry Engagement and Support team on May 8.
It took commissioners all day Friday, but by the end of the second day of Unification Commission meetings, the 12-member group had spread the considerable work it must complete over four teams: Governance, Financials, Common Mission and Consultations. Two or three commissioners volunteered themselves for each of the four teams.