And who knows? They just might be part of the 2023-24 Presbyterian Planning Calendar
by Communications Ministry | Special to Presbyterian News Service
LOUISVILLE — By way of photo submission, Presbyterians are invited to tell the world the ways their church, worshiping community, mid council or organization is carrying out the Matthew 25 invitation.
The Presbyterian Planning Calendar, a beloved publication of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), is once again seeking photo submissions from congregations and worshiping communities, mid councils, camps, conference centers and education centers for use in its 2023–24 edition.
The deadline to submit photos for the upcoming Presbyterian Planning Calendar is Feb. 14.
To date, more than 1,045 churches and 90 mid councils — presbyteries and synods — have accepted the Matthew 25 invitation, which calls on Presbyterians to actively engage in the world to help our denomination become a more relevant presence.
Images to be considered for the Presbyterian Planning Calendar should feature church members and friends engaged in activities including worship, mission service, creativity and the arts, and direct outreach. Calendar planners ask that staged photos of groups of people and photos of people sitting at conference or dining tables be avoided.
The format of the calendar is “landscape,” meaning photos should be wider than tall. They should be high-resolution photographs: A minimum resolution of 2000 x 1500 pixels (no smaller than 1 MB) is requested for best printing. Please include a caption and photo credit with each image. If children are pictured, please ensure the use and distribution of your photo complies with your safe church policy.
Photos should be submitted online using a form found here. If you have questions or need to submit materials in a different way, please contact the planning calendar manager, Jackie Carter, by email at email@example.com or by phone at 502-569-5772.
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