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Wayward hen finds a home

When a wayward hen wandered into Sashabaw Presbyterian’s churchyard, she soon found a warm welcome and quickly became the church’s best community connector.

Boston church gets creative with the arts

A Boston church is showcasing the works of artists, musicians, writers, photographers and others as a way to glorify God and God’s grace.

Best neighbor ever

It’s nearly time to celebrate “Mr. Rogers’ Day” in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), and what better day to do so than March 20, the birthday of one of the most well-known ordained Presbyterian ministers of all-time, everyone’s neighbor — Fred McFeely Rogers (1928–2003).

Guatemalan mother and son seek to help less fortunate during pandemic

More than 1,500 days. That’s how long Hilda and her 14-year-old son, Ivan, have been living in sanctuary in Austin, Texas. The family arrived at the U.S. border from Guatemala in 2014 hoping to start a new life, but it didn’t work out that way.

The digital church arrives

This spring, Presbyterian churches, large and small, scrambled to get online using technology that they had either heard of, dabbled in or had been wanting to use in their own ministries.

Soup suppers, flowering crosses and feeding fish

On Easter Sunday 1949, four years after the end of World War II, the One Great Hour of Sharing offering brought relief to neighbors in need within the United States for the first time. In the 1960s, it expanded to include international needs.

An alternative to Black Friday madness

Chuck Fox, a Presbyterian living and working in Houston, first got the idea to start Bless Friday during a homily he heard from a Catholic priest the Sunday after Thanksgiving in 2009.