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Participants are looking back on a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) travel study seminar that helped to raise awareness about the history, struggle and triumphs of Native Americans.
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.
The Rev. Jaime Quiñones, whose service to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) included a year as the vice moderator to the 199th General Assembly (1987), died July 29 at his home surrounded by his family.
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.
The Rev. Dean H. Lewis died at age 94 on June 14 at Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Presbyterian churches are collaborating with other congregations, pooling their resources to produce exciting online worship services.
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.
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.
At 7 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday, Aug. 30, the Presbytery of Santa Fe will host an online memorial service for the Rev. Richard Avery, half of the Avery and Marsh songwriting duo who published more than 150 hymns, carols and anthems.
Before hearing a fundraising feasibility report on Stony Point Center Friday and then learning of the Rev. Dr. Diane Moffett’s plan to expand any fundraising efforts to make them church-wide, the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board took care of committee reports.