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Dec. 15 is the deadline to apply for PC(USA) travel study seminar

Anticipation is building for a 2023 travel study seminar to the U.S. Southwest that will help participants understand the richness of Native American culture and how Indigenous people have been harmed by the Doctrine of Discovery and other forms of white supremacy.

New Mexico grapples with destructive wildfires

The Presbytery of Santa Fe and Presbyterian Disaster Assistance are keeping a close watch on destructive wildfires in New Mexico and lamenting losses to communities.

A new day for the connectional church

Presbyterian churches are collaborating with other congregations, pooling their resources to produce exciting online worship services.

Native American gathering leads to COVID-19 relief effort

In September 2019 the Synod of the Southwest and the Native American Ministries Coordinating Committee (NAMCC) held a successful gathering of the 29 Native American churches and chapels that are a part of the Synod. A debriefing followed that gathering.

‘Sing love songs to a lonely world’

Presbyterians of a certain age can still sing — still do sing — the songs of Richard Avery and Don Marsh: “Every Morning is Easter Morning,” “Hey! Hey! Anybody Listening?” “We’re Here to be Happy,” “We are the Church,” and so many other songs are memorable for their catchy tunes and their lyrics embracing an authentic faith and calling for justice for all God’s children.