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The Presbyterian Peacemaking Program welcomes 14 peacemakers from 11 countries as they gather in Louisville, KY for orientation September 18-20. They will be traveling to congregations, mid-councils and other institutions from September 21-October 29.
Yesterday, the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations welcomed our partners from the National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon to advocate with governments of the United Nations Security Council. Each representative we met received a package including letters from the Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon, stories of what is happening to Christians in Syria, the PC(USA)’s history in the region as well as a copy of the PC(USA)’s policy adopted by the 220th General Assembly (2012). Presbyterian Disaster Assistance coordinates the PC(USA) response to the humanitarian crisis in Syria.
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The Commission on the Status of Women has recommended that the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations approve draft language on the following topics:
Detailed language on each of these areas are available in the full report ...
Super Bowl Sunday is not an issue that you would probably expect on a blog shared by the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations and the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program. Super Bowl Sunday is here, on this blog because of our commitment to end human trafficking both here in the United States and around the world. Large sporting events often act as hubs of human trafficking activity. The Super Bowl is no exception.
Our partners at Presbyterian Women have encouraged people to join the United Church of Christ in asking “Gov. Mitch Daniels to keep pushing the Indiana General Assembly to ...
Tropical Storm Washi struck the Philippines on December 16 and 17. The storm, the most- devastating cyclone to hit the Philippines this year, has killed hundreds. Many others remain missing.
Presbyterians have a long history of ministry with the people of the Philippines. Currently, we join the world in prayer. Information on relief efforts will follow.