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Presbyterians show support for Moral March on Washington

The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival announced Monday that it will once again hold an assembly and march in Washington, D.C., to call attention to the plight of poor and low-wage workers, push for moral public policies and encourage people to vote.

Acting Stated Clerk offers up the Tuesday sermon at the 68th Commission on the Status of Women

Against the African beats of 2020’s global anthem “Jerusalema,” with the lyrics in Zulu language, “Jerusalema ikhaya lami Ngilondoloze Uhambe nami,” which translates to “Jerusalem, my home, Save me! Join me. Don’t leave me here,” the Ecumenical Women’s daily worship service at the 68th Commission on the Status of Women began in Tillman Chapel Tuesday in the Church Center for the United Nations.

PC(USA) webinar touches on multiple aspects of Israel-Palestine crisis

More than 400 participants logged in to watch the first in a scheduled series of webinars devoted to the ongoing crisis in Israel, Gaza, and the West Bank. Rabbi Alissa Wise, the lead organizer of Rabbis for Ceasefire, and the Rev. Fursan Zu’mot from the Arabic-speaking Congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan & the Holy Land (ELCJHL), led participants through an hour-long discussion that touched on humanitarian issues, differences between Christian Zionism and antisemitism, and the school of hatred seemingly being perpetuated from the ongoing conflict.

PC(USA) webinar seeks clarity on Israel-Palestine crisis

The Presbyterian Mission Agency’s World Mission ministry, in collaboration with the Office of Public Witness and the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations, is launching a webinar series dedicated to the current crisis unfolding in Israel, Gaza and the West Bank. The first webinar, scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday, Dec. 12, is titled “Jewish and Christian Voices for Peace.”

Global climate talks begin Nov. 30 in Dubai

The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) will be keeping a close eye on global climate talks Nov. 30-Dec. 12 in Dubai’s Expo City on the Arabian Peninsula.