Wednesday, May 31, 2017

This Week's PCUSA News

This Week's PCUSA News
Click to register for Big Tent event
‘Why does Pentecost matter? What do we do with the Holy Spirit!’
Emily Enders Odom | Presbyterian News Service
May 31 Facebook Live event to explore history and place of Pentecost in the Reformed tradition
New Pentecost worship resource exalts Holy Spirit-inspired possibilities
Pat Cole | Presbyterian News Service
Resource author Eileen Lindner draws on Belhar Confession to address fractious time
PC(USA) celebrates 25 years of partnership with the Church of Bangladesh
Tammy Warren | Presbyterian News Service
New congregations among tribal people and a third diocese are results of outreach
Reformation is ‘GPS’ for next 500 years, says S. African Anglican leader in Luther’s town
Kathrin Erbe | for World Council of Churches
Archbishop Thabo Makgoba urges youth to hear the cries of others and the earth
Managing editor hired for Christian social justice journal, Unbound
Rick Jones | Presbyterian News Service
Henry K. Stone to begin new duties in June
Ukrainian peacemaker devotes life to helping at-risk youth
Scott O’Neill | Presbyterian News Service
Alla Soroka inspired by opportunity to participate in Peacemaking program
My Faith at Work: My ministry? Eating school lunches
Delaine Zody | Presbyterians Today Blog
Becoming a school chaplain
Big Tent music director attracts local talent as worship leaders
Gregg Brekke | Presbyterian News Service
‘Glory to God’ contributor Paul Vasile makes space for diverse styles, voices
Refugee women learn independence, sewing one STITCH at a time
Emily Enders Odom | Presbyterian News Service
Louisville partnership creates an enterprising community of caring
Gen-On Ministries curriculum now available from Congregational Ministries Publishing
CMP Release
‘Faith for Life’ Bible study provides faith formation for K-8 students
German Protestant Kirchentag opens to call for renewal of global order
Stephen Brown | World Council of Churches
Ecumenical delegates gather on 500th anniversary of Reformation
PC(USA) membership decline continues but slows
Jerry Van Marter | Office of the General Assembly
Net loss of 89,893
‘We are not dying. We are Reforming.’
Rev. J. Herbert Nelson, II | Office of the General Assembly
Significant Aspects of the 2016 Statistical Report
Presbyterians join Coalition of Immokalee Workers at Wendy’s shareholders meeting
Rick Jones and Andrew Kang Bartlett | Presbyterian News Service
Several address corporate leadership on Fair Food Program
New incentive loan offered to help churches make campuses more accessible
Clare Lewis | Presbyterian Investment & Loan Program
Building renovations aim at reflecting PC(USA) inclusive values
Following God’s detour
Dustin Ellington | Mission Crossroads
Teaching future pastors for the growing church in Africa

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