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Attending the Presbyterian Women's Churchwide Gathering in Minneapolis? Join Mark Koenig, director of the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations, in the PW March for Justice and Peace on Saturday, June 20, 2015, in Minneapolis. The march will be held from 5 to 6 pm.
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If you are attending the Gathering, download this pledge form, line up your pledges ahead of time, then gather in the courtyard at Westminster Presbyterian Church, just one block from ...
The Reverend Dr. Bebb Stone reflects on her time as a Presbyterian participant in the Beijing Conference and as a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) delegate to this year's Commission on the Status of Women:
As a Presbyterian woman who went with our church to Beijing in 1995, I have been deeply touched to be with the Presbyterian delegation for this 20-year review at The UN CSW59. There are 8,500 women here from most if not all of the countries of the world, and the breadth and depth of their work for gender equality ("women's rights are ...
In commemoration of the 20-year anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, Presbyterian participants in the 59th Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women will join the march for gender equality on International Women’s Day! Please join us and our partners, the City of New York, the UN Women for Peace Association, NGO CSW New York, Man Up Campaign, and the Working Group on Girls.
We will march through New York City midtown, starting at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza and ending on Times Square.
1:30 p.m. Participants begin to assemble (Dag Hammarskjold ...
by Richard Aylor
On Saturday November 8, I visited the Presbyterian Women of Monmouth at Brick Presbyterian Church in Brick, New Jersey. For the first part of my presentation, we did advocacy training, and had great conversations about ways to get involved in the community politically. We also talked about our calling as Disciples of Christ to witness to the world. After advocacy training, I used 2 issues advocated by the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations as examples. I talked for a bit on the problem of Child Soldiers around the world, and ways Christians can become involved. We ...
O God, who formed creation and made each living thing,
We’ve seen the devastation that war and conflict bring.
We long to stop the violence and end the scourge of war;
We yearn for peace and justice, now and forevermore.
On Saturday, October 20, the Presbyterian Women of the Presbytery of Monmouth held their gathering at the First Presbyterian Church of Belmar.
This particular gathering included a celebration, early, of the birth of the United Nations - United Nations Day.
Participants heard a report on the 2012 Churchwide Gathering and had ...