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Today in the Mission Yearbook

Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation awards more than $137K in grants

 

Projects include food and flood relief, worship enhancement for the hearing impaired

October 26, 2020

Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation’s Board of Directors awarded grants totaling $137,211 to nine Nebraska churches or organizations in April to partially fund projects that support outreach activities to enhance or expand some aspect of their ministry. According to a news release from the Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation, grantees and their projects include:

Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation is proud to partner with all its grantees to help support their mission and be the hands and feet of Christ in our communities. In light of current restrictions and in response to increasing community needs, these projects are timely in providing technology to help congregations worship in new and creative ways, and projects that address food insecurity are needed now more than ever to help the most vulnerable.

Established in 1958, Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation makes annual grants to Nebraska PC(USA) congregations and related organizations to support their mission and share the love of Christ. More information about grant funding can be found on NPF’s website, nebpresby.org.

Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation, Special to Presbyterian News Service, Presbyterian Mission Agency

Today’s Focus:  Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation

Let us join in prayer for: 

PC(USA) Agencies’ Staff
Yvette Russell-Minor, Board of Pensions
Alicia Samuels, Presbyterian Publishing Corporation

Let us pray:

God of greatness, help us to be faithful servants where we live and thus praise you each and every day. Amen.