Wednesday, January 18, 2017

This Week’s PCUSA News

This Week's PCUSA News

Presbyterian groups to join thousands in Washington, DC for national Women’s March
Rick Jones | Presbyterian News Service
Ohio church among those participating in January 21st event

Regarding ruling elders: the ministry of the Lord’s Supper
Jane Rogers Vann | Office of the General Assembly
People who are unable to attend worship always enjoy visits from church leaders
Emily Enders Odom | Presbyterian News Service
‘Abide in Me’ participants prepare to embrace new disciplines toward greater spiritual health

Gregg Brekke | Presbyterian News Service
St. Stephen members and staff baffled by destruction
Perry Chang | Presbyterians Today
Go Figure: Coming of age and Presbyterian identity
Gregg Brekke | Presbyterian News Service
Interfaith group urges incoming administration to consider vulnerable communities
Denise Anderson and Jan Edmiston | Co-Moderators, 222nd General Assembly 
At the 222nd General Assembly, PCUSA affirmed our commitment to stand with the poor when we approved Item 11-03 from the Presbytery of the Cascades

Scott O’Neill | Presbyterian News Service Service
Human Trafficking Awareness Day observed annually on January 11; part of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month
Emily Enders Odom | Presbyterian News Service
Potential campus ministers gather in Montreat to explore calling to collegiate ministry
Jeremy Ault, Director, Diaconia Connections
A worldwide scourge that deserves our attention
Cathy Chang | Special to Presbyterian News Service
Understanding the extent of labor exploitation in a connected world

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