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The Omaha Presbyterian Seminary Foundation has received a $1.25 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help establish the Synergos Pastoral Residency Program.
“May God grant you the perfect darkness that you may find rest that soothes your creaking soul,” writes the Rev. Shelli Latham, the president of Omaha Presbyterian Seminary Foundation for d365.org, an online youth-centered devotional. “May God grant you the perfect light that you may see clearly the truths of your life and the path the Spirit lays before you,” Latham wrote for “Journey to the Cross,” the special season of d365, an online devotional and app that appeals to youth and young adults.
Accepting a first call to ministry and moving during a pandemic may not be ideal, but one thing is certain: the Rev. Katheryn McGinnis is following in the footsteps of a long line of Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) pastors, including her grandfather, great-grandfather, great-great grandfather and great-great-great grandfather.
When Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation sold one of its two retirement communities in 2017, its board was determined to help make a difference in Nebraska churches and communities by beginning an outward focus on its annual grant awards.
The Omaha Presbyterian Seminary Foundation (OPSF) has received a $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help establish its Pastoral Leadership Revitalization program.
The grant will cover the first three years of the program and will focus on pastors in three geographical areas: Central Nebraska, Omaha and the surrounding area in the Missouri River Valley Presbytery, and in the Missouri Union Presbytery.
The Omaha Presbyterian Seminary Foundation has received its $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help establish its Pastoral Leadership Revitalization program.