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Stay the course for the 225th General Assembly and let commissioners decide on the 226th

COGA recommends putting a pause on plans for the Assembly gathering in 2024

Far from the border, churches welcome refugees

Second Presbyterian Church in Louisville is one of many congregations helping refugees make the U.S. home

Annual book of statistics produced online only

Cost and efficiency behind decision not to print

International Peacemakers to return in 2021

June 1 is the application deadline for becoming a host

‘A place, a face, a story and a voice’

Michigan congregation draws on Pentecost Offering and Matthew 25 to confront structural racism

The work of dismantling racism begins with self-reflection

Church delves into who they really are

Theology and tactics for stabilizing stewardship in times of crisis

The Presbyterian Foundation’s ‘Best Stewardship Practices’ series explores foundational principles

New picture book retells the story of baby Moses

Flyaway Books releases ‘Hiding Baby Moses,’ ideal for children 3-7

Word rocks share the faith

Painted rocks of inspiration are hidden in plain sight

Stated Clerk on the death of Presbyterian Walter Mondale

Former vice president served his country and his church

‘An outpouring of solidarity, care and concern’

Bipartisan COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act caps a year of research into widespread anti-Asian acts, attitudes

Webinar series kicks off Older Adult Week

‘Celebrating Longevity’ features Native American, Hispanic and Korean traditions

Presbyterian Mental Health Network, mission agency join to support those carrying out mental health ministries across the PC(USA)

A new formal agreement ‘begins in an extraordinary time’ of pandemic, poverty and unrest

‘Keep a sense of wonder’

The Rev. Laura Mariko Cheifetz offers wisdom for those doing antiracism and other activist work

Register for a virtual journey to Guatemala

Come see theology through the eyes of a longtime global partner

‘God has a work for us to do …’

PC(USA) joins other D.C. faith leaders in continued calls for justice after Minneapolis verdict

New report explores the challenges faced and the gifts brought by fundraisers of color

Institutions including the Presbyterian Foundation are sponsoring The Collective Foundation’s initiatives

Prayer shawls, chips and chocolate

Comforting those who grieve

‘Only love can drive out hate’

We can all learn from MLK Church in Massachusetts

Faith gives wings to calls for environmental justice

Ecumenical Advocacy Days ends with participants lobbying legislators with science and faith

Missoula Interfaith Collaborative fighting homelessness in Montana

Newly built housing center for 31 families is among the success stories

As new creations, we need new lenses to see beyond tribalism

Notre Dame theologian Dr. Emmanuel Katongole brings unique vision to a new worshiping community forum

Day-by-day impact of climate change explored at Ecumenical Advocacy Days workshop

Droughts, flooding and other disasters a sign of the times for many countries

Mentor program coming for women transitioning from seminary to their first ordained calls

Women’s Leadership Development and Young Women’s Ministries grant will enable the mentoring ministry

Resurrection as the announcement of a new administration

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Why they are marks of the church and how we can restore these values in our congregations and mid councils

The power of the Spirit wind

Time for the dust within to be kicked up

Tending and keeping

Back in Genesis, the first humans are called to serve, guard and protect Creation. That calling still applies

Where do we go from here?

Stated Clerk reacts to guilty verdict in Derek Chauvin case

U.S. House, Senate chaplains speak candidly about the work they’re privileged to do

The PC(USA)’s Margaret Grun Kibben had been on the job three days when insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol

Vaccine rollout varies greatly around the world

Developing and war-torn countries face substantial challenges

Seeing immigrants and refugees as ‘children of God’

‘Just Talk Live’ focuses on the current stage of immigration with Presbyterians and partners

Lived Theology in Asia America conference will focus on social, racial justice

Free two-day conference designed to educate and empower congregational leaders

Columbia Theological Seminary appoints professor of Practical Theology, Pastoral Counseling

Dr. Chanequa Walker-Barnes lauded for work healing the legacies of racial and gender oppression

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