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In summer of 2013, the session of First United Presbyterian Church of DuBois, Pennsylvania, learned that their renters in the church manse would be moving out of state. Suddenly, the house they had rented for several years would become empty. The session was faced with a decision: Should they just keep renting the house, or would a new use for it be more appropriate?
Flint River Presbytery Youths‘ enthusiasm prompts congregations to fight hunger April 16, 2016 In 2013, several youth within our presbytery attended Presbyterian Youth Triennium, where they learned about a national… Read more »
Mission Trip gives Students Insights about Poverty and Homelessness April 1, 2016 In July 44 high school students and nine leaders headed to Denver, Colorado, for a weeklong mission trip… Read more »
By Margaret Mwale Mike Askew knows what it is like to be part of a Self-Development of People project and to serve on a Self-Development of People Committee. His initial… Read more »