This Week’s Latest PCUSA News, Highlights and Events
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Matthew 25 in the PC(USA): A bold vision and invitation


Stated Clerk urges US to provide 'constructive, humanitarian support' for people of Afghanistan

PC(USA) offers Call of Prayer/Action

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance official offers Ida update during Monday’s ‘Between Two Pulpits’ broadcast

PDA’s Jim Kirk is joined by Jennifer Burns Lewis of the Presbytery of Wabash Valley

An ‘our’ way of thinking

PC(USA), A Corporation President Kathy Lueckert points to planned Presbyterian Center renovation as a key indicator of Presbyterian partnership

Path of Peace Reflections get creative twist

Videos focus on peacemaking through the arts

Save the date (and name): Polity, Benefits, and Mission Conference

Oct. 14–15 online conference has been rebranded for 2021

Boston church gets creative with the arts

A call for art reflecting grace invites artists worldwide to be part of community

Flyaway Books’ latest board book offers a modern retelling of the Parable of the Lost Sheep

‘100 Sheep’ is the fourth board book published by Flyaway Books

New picture book from Flyaway Books explores the history of the peace symbol

‘Three Lines in a Circle’ tells how the symbol became a powerful icon

‘We will survive and we will do so much more than that’

AAPI voices speak of joy and hate during Week of Action programs

Presbyterians ready to help the Gulf Coast recover from Hurricane Ida

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance seeks to bring hope and healing after the Category 4 storm. You can help

Try this: Pull over, get out of the car and dance to the music

Presbyterian Week of Action panelist suggests a pleasant diversion in our hurry-up world

The PC(USA), A Corporation’s rosy financial picture has but one thorn

With giving and especially investment income both up, spending is substantially down due to a 25% budget reduction imposed for 2021

Presbyterian Week of Action draws to a close with a quiet vesper service pleading for an end to gun violence

‘If you find it difficult to believe in God or anything else in this time, that is OK’

Reformation Day and diversity

This year, go beyond the Eurocentric story

Sixty church representatives gather online to pray for peace in Korea

Tools for healing include penance, forgiveness and hope

Estate planning does God’s work after we’re gone

Webinar helps pastors answer this question: What would you be excited about continuing after your lifetime?

Co-Moderator joins call to action for critical issue in Indigenous community

Week of Action Day 4 focused on murdered and missing Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people

As natural disasters grow, Presbyterians respond

PDA national response director sees impact of climate change in flash floods, wildfires

How children see God

Study tackles the white image of the Divine

‘We shouldn’t sit back and wait for folks to come’

The Rev. Dr. R. Drew Smith of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary shares ideas on how churches can be more welcoming to their low-income neighbors

International Peacemakers visits go virtual as pandemic surges

Presbyterian Peacemaking Program cancels in-person events, but virtual opportunities are still available

Peruvian Young Adult Volunteers are blazing new trails for the program

A dream for the Peru site coordinator became a reality at lightning speed

Widening pathways to citizenship

‘Welcoming the Stranger’ webinar links Citizenship For All movement to faithful advocacy

Maintaining an outward focus

Vital Conversation pairs the Co-Moderators with two leaders in the new worshiping community movement

Baptism is a wonderful promise

God will be with us through all

Catastrophic flooding in Addis Ababa kills eight at seminary

A global partner, the Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus, asks for prayers

A resilient woman who refuses to be dismissed, even by Jesus

The Syrophoenician woman’s faith and sass are held up during Wednesday’s LGBTQIA+ Resilience service, part of the Presbyterian Week of Action

Week of Action program on racialized poverty promotes activism

‘We have the power in our congregations’

Payer Express makes impact on per capita contributions

Office of the General Assembly sees advantages to online portal

Carman Pimms, beloved leader of The Campbell Farm in Wapato, Washington, dies at age 58

At her death, she was nearly ready for ordination as a commissioned pastor in the PC(USA)

Three churches work together

Blessings abound when supporting one another

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