Presbyterian Pillars grow

Bruce Reyes-Chow, moderator of the 218th General Assembly (2008) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), and Robin Pugh have recently become Pillars of the Church

In April, at Ecumenical Advocacy Days, the office of Compassion, Peace, and Justice announced the formation of the Pillar initiative where people can designate giving towards particular passions, thus helping to sustain them over the long-haul. 

“It is about encouraging a sustaining and generous community of donors who are deeply committed to the commandments of Jesus to love God and love our neighbor as ourselves. Becoming a Pillar of the Church publicly demonstrates our support of justice and peace.”

– Sara Lisherness, Director of Compassion, Peace, and Justice

You too can become a Pillar of the church. As Bruce explains the process:

Go to:
Make a reoccurring gift to any CPJ ministry.
The CPJ staff will be notified of your gift.
You are now a Presbyterian Pillar and will soon receive a fancy schmancy certificate and public acknowledgement.

We thank Bruce and Robin for their gift and we invite you to join them. Contact Rosemary Mitchell with any questions.  

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