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Donna MillerThis month, the Rev. Denise Anderson, coordinator of the Racial and Intercultural Justice Office, tells us about the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)'s relationship with The Poor People's Campaign, A National Call for Moral Revival.

From the very beginning, Presbyterians have been key fixtures in the Poor People’s Campaign, a National Call for Moral Revival. Its co-chair, the Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis, is a Presbyterian minister and director of the Kairos Center for Religions, Rights, and Social Justice. Presbyterians were represented at the December 2017 launch of the Campaign and have been active in its efforts ever since. We have served on state coordinating committees, risked arrest in acts of moral fusion direct action, and hosted mass meetings. Now as we deepen our work in eradicating poverty and extend the Matthew 25 invitation to more and more churches and mid-councils, I believe there is an opportunity to further glean from and participate in this movement.

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Start preparing for Food Week of Action! (October 13-20)

The Presbyterian Hunger Program has resources to make the most of the week, which includes World Food Day, the International Day for Rural Women and International Day for the Eradication of Poverty.

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PDA ‘Flint’ documentary premieres in city still enduring its water crisis

More than 600 people attend world premiere of film from Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s Story Ministry.

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Churchwide mailing offers congregations resources to respond to gun violence

PMA President and PC(USA) Stated Clerk have faith that resources will help denomination ‘overcome evil with good.’

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Workshops a major part of SDOP’s engagement with Atlanta

Committee on the Self-Development of People leads workshops on grant writing and more at national committee meeting in Georgia capital.

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‘Study & Devotional Guide’ on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals expanded

Second edition of Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations’ resource includes biblical reflections from mission co-workers, worldwide partners.

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MRTI shares first round of General Assembly environmental compliance scores

The Presbyterian Church’s Committee on Mission Responsibility Through Investment has completed its first round of scoring corporations’ environmental records.

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Applications for the 2020 Mosaic of Peace in Israel Palestine due this month

Join the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program experiencing this remarkable and troubled region, engaging with those who seek its peace.

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The Realities of Immigration: Shining a light on the "Why?"

In Unbound, Monika Ruiz Garcia looks at the situations that cause families to leave their homelands for treacherous journeys to new opportunities with a very personal story.

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Become a Matthew 25 Church

Matthew 25 is a bold new vision and invitation from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). There are over 150 congregations and mid councils who have pledged to become a Matthew 25 church so far. We aim to help multiply this loving commitment to radical and fearless discipleship by partnering to help them embrace one or more of the three focuses. Find out more and join us on this journey.

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