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


Presbyterian Disaster Assistance grants $20,000 to COVID response in India

Project will focus on vulnerable communities in nation seeing catastrophic rise in cases, deaths

Fitting hybrid worship into the context of the local congregation

The Scattered Church webinar hits all the high notes by telling it like it is

Bayanihan is the spirit of sharing in the Philippines

Providing food is a form of protest against government neglect

United Methodist Church official selected for top finance position in the PC(USA)

Ian J. Hall, Director of Administration and Financial Services for the UMC’s Indiana Conference, takes on his new role with the A Corp in June

A cry for hope amidst despair in Palestine

An international response is essential for restorative justice

What can be done to resolve the nation’s gun violence problem?

‘Just Talk Live’ guests urge faith community to take a stand and be a disrupter

New exhibit opens at Presbyterian Historical Society

Building Knowledge and Breaking Barriers exhibit addresses the Black church, inclusion and more

Special GA committee seeks to keep momentum going on a unified budget

The Moving Forward Implementation Special Committee is also seeking information on fund restrictions, which could complicate crafting a unified budget

‘Forest bathing’ renews the spirit

How a Japanese antidote for stress relief can engage our senses

Columbia Theological Seminary offers new program to support clergy in crisis

‘Ministering to Ministers’ now part of the seminary’s Center for Lifelong Learning

Ministering through the challenges and gifts of older adults of Hispanic heritage

POAMN hosts ‘Celebrating Longevity,’ the second of three webinars on diverse cultures and faith traditions

Two 2021 Walton Awards, 18 new worshiping community grants are announced

Mission Program Grants will help communities upgrade facility space, plant seeds and flourish

PC(USA) ministry staff deepen understanding of global women’s issues at UN event

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and Hunger Program staff attend UN Commission on the Status of Women

Raising faithful stewards: A Mother’s Day tribute to my children

Being a good parent is much the same calling as being a good steward

Race, faith and climate change

God loved the world, not just one people

Four different kinds of friendship

Like friendship, mission is not a zero-sum game. Relationships matter most

‘Remember your baptism and be thankful!’

Celebrating the life and work of the Rev. Marney Ault Wasserman

Sisters leave a legacy of joy for future pastors

Presbyterian siblings believed seminary should be affordable to all, regardless of circumstances

Presbytery takes steps to welcome transgender teens

As more teens identify as transgender, policy seeks to include them

Small group leads big solar projects at Kansas church

Village Presbyterian Church outfits several facilities with solar as part of broader Creation care work

Here’s the church, here’s the steeple

Open the door and see a few people

Before Pentecost comes the Ascension of the Lord

Feast day offers a lesson in patience and prayer

Dubuque Seminary selected to participate in Science for Seminaries project

Grant will enable the ‘Engaging Brains, Bodies and Ecologies for Ministries’ initiative

PC(USA)’s Washington office signs letter backing reparations legislation

Office of Public Witness among nearly 200 supporters calling for passage of H.R. 40

A brewery where faith is always on tap

A church closure leads to a new call for pastor

The end of theological education?

Candler’s Ted A. Smith delivers Union Presbyterian Seminary’s Sprunt Lecture series to more than 400 registered viewers

Ministry at the intersection of faith, race and justice

Pentecost Offering enables Young Adult Volunteers like Langley Hoyt to stand up to injustice and work for healing

Westminster John Knox Press titles receive top honors from the Academy of Parish Clergy

Two books are recognized in Top Ten list and one title makes the Reference Book Top 5 list

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