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Compassion, Peace and Justice Monthly Newsletter | November 2019
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The Compassion, Peace & Justice ministries of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) have been active throughout the world this fall and in coming months, from sitting down with leaders in Washington to addressing disaster on the West Coast and exploring issues overseas. Read on to see all the ways the PC(USA) is engaged around the globe.

Clyburn offers ‘Make America great’ variation during PC(USA) talk

House Majority Whip from South Carolina was the first guest on the Office of Public Witness’ ‘Faith & Politics’ webinar series.

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South Sudan meets the Bluegrass in Peacemaker’s journey

We spent time with one of the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program’s International Peacemakers as she and her son visited Kentucky, from horse country to Appalachia.

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Presbyterian Disaster Assistance responds to California wildfires

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is working with mid councils and churches in California to address wildfires currently raging as well as the long-term impact of recent fires.

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A look inside Presbyterian work at the United Nations

Two staffers at the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations spent part of United Nations Day Thursday talking about the work they do each day on behalf of the church.

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PC(USA) investing group and others urging GM to adopt clean vehicle goals

The Presbyterian Committee on Mission Responsibility through Investing joins with other investors calling on General Motors to join a compromise agreement for clean vehicle standards.

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PC(USA) celebrates Hunger Action Congregations on World Food Day

"The purpose of the Hunger Action Congregation process is to acknowledge the faithful work of Presbyterians around the country who are responding to the biblical call to help alleviate hunger and end its causes."

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‘This is so SDOP’

During its fall meeting in Atlanta, the Committee on the Self-Development of People learned about work already being done in the area to address justice and need issues.

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Who is my neighbor? Accompaniment in Agua Prieta

From Unbound, a journal of Christian social justice: The first time that I crossed the US/Mexico border from Douglas, Arizona, into Agua Prieta, Sonora, I remember a welcome sign on the side of the highway: Bienvenidos a Mexico.

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Philippines and Hong Kong Travel Study Seminar

Travel to Southeast Asia with the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program in May to learn about the root causes and current challenges of forced migration and labor trafficking.

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Giving Tuesday

By making a gift, you will contribute to the many faces of our worldwide mission, including supporting and developing church leaders, creating resources for worship and discipleship and the advocacy efforts that work alongside ministries responding to times of disaster and famine. Join the global giving movement and help the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) live out our call to be a Matthew 25 church by addressing systemic poverty, structural raciam, and congregational vitality.

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