This Week’s Latest PCUSA News, Highlights and Events

Matthew 25 in the PC(USA): A bold vision and invitation


Nelson joins faith leaders in virtual roundtable discussion with US Treasury secretary

Debt relief and transparency on the agenda with Janet Yellen

‘Racial discrimination is heavily embedded in our country and society’

Korean pastor and caucus moderator says the secular world cannot heal the hate

Kindness ‘rocks’ on first Mr. Rogers’ Day in the PC(USA)

Presbyterians show love to their neighbors through creative acts of service and compassion

‘When we can’t trace God, follow God’

The Rev. Dr. Diane Moffett helps a Louisville church celebrate Women’s Day with a sermon called ‘Resilient Faith’

Stated Clerk calls for compassion and humanitarian aid at the US southern border

J. Herbert Nelson seeks protection and care for unaccompanied children

New picture book celebrates the life of an activist peace pilgrim

Flyaway Books’ ‘Walking toward Peace’ tells the true story of Peace Pilgrim, who used her sneakers to promote peace

New Spanish-language children’s book published by Flyaway Books

‘El maravilloso grano de mostaza’ is a retelling of the Parable of the Mustard Seed

New children’s book from Flyaway Books explores memory loss

‘Arthur and the Forgetful Elephant’ encourages compassion, patience

Online workshop designed to help Presbyterians embrace gender and inclusion

April 13 event will address changing terminology and practices to make the church more welcoming

‘Hold the people as close to God as you can’

The Rev. Dr. Floretta Barbee-Watkins takes The Preaching Lab participants through real-life sermon planning

World Communion of Reformed Churches examines the impacts of COVID-19

A discernment process is giving voice to the pandemic crisis

Discover the ancient tradition of ordering time around patterns of prayer

Office of Theology & Worship, Presbyterian Association of Musicians to offer Good Friday prayer service

‘Girls on Fire’ raise voices against gender-based violence

Presbyterians participate in parallel event at UN Commission on the Status of Women

One Great Hour of Sharing

Special Offering supports disaster response, hunger and poverty, economic development ministries

Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo receives accreditation, prepares for leadership change

Dr. Atef Gendy to turn over the presidency this summer to his former student, Dr. Hani Hanna

‘There is so much need’

Palestinian youth continue outreach to 60 families most in need after Port of Beirut explosion

If the land could speak, what stories would it tell?

Coastland Commons worshiping community in Seattle takes steps to learn about redlining and gentrification

COGA gets first draft of proposed docket for the 225th General Assembly

Committee members also hear about plans for the denominational office space in Louisville

Valuing women’s voices and the power of their leadership

Union Presbyterian Seminary panel talks up activism and movement making

Presbyterian Publishing Corporation accepts PC(USA)’s Matthew 25 invitation

Books published for both adults and children center on Matthew 25’s three focus areas

Racial Equity Advocacy Committee, National Black Presbyterian Caucus denounce Atlanta killings

Both letters urge Presbyterians to stand with their siblings in the Asian American Pacific Islander community

Panel to explore obstacles and triumphs of women in PC(USA)

Elona Street-Stewart and others to take part in the March 23 discussion

Easter service available online March 29

Portions of worship will be offered in eight languages

Rethinking stewardship approaches

Churches can start by thanking their donors and acknowledging what their gifts bring about

What is happening in Syria and why?

Syria-Lebanon Partnership Network to offer context and training in spring virtual meeting

What’s next with the Iran nuclear deal?

Office of Public Witness webinar explores what might work to restore the U.S.-Iran relationship, which was historically strong

Presbyterians impressed with UN leader in town hall meeting

At Commission on the Status of Women, UN Secretary-General Guterres took questions from delegates

Seeking God’s call

Stated Clerk reflects on 35 years of ministry and the importance of having a partner in ministry

Prayers for peace are blowing in the wind

Presbyterians participate in Lenten devotional activity

Advocating rather than avenging

Daughter whose police officer father was killed during a manhunt discusses her work to end the death penalty

Walking the path of recovery with the psalms

New daily devotional uses all 150 psalms to guide those in recovery from substance abuse and addiction

Southern Africa faces a growing need for clergy training

Helping students see themselves and their communities through Scripture

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