GIVE NOW to support Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s response to the unaccompanied children and border crisis in the United States. Give now

News & Announcements

Latest News

View News Archives

Blogs:

  • Spotlight on Maryland Presbyterian Church

    Published July 30, 2014

     

    Maryland Presbyterian Church, situated in several acres of wooded real estate in Towson, MD, has been working on caring for God’s creation for over a decade. Among the first few churches that started as a pilot project of PCUSA Earth Care Congregations, church members at Maryland Presbyterian Church long have been conscious of the importance of conservation and initially began by incorporating “making peace with the earth” into their peacemaking efforts as a congregation.

     

    Bill Breakey, a member of the Environmental Stewardship Action Group at MPC, explains that in 2002 the congregation did a study and visioning process over ...

    Full Story

    From Eco-Journey

  • Spotlight on Frame Memorial Presbyterian Church

    Published July 29, 2014

     

    Frame Memorial Presbyterian Church (Stevens Point, WI), did not just begin earth care activities five years ago. Now celebrating the “5th year certification” with the PCUSA national program, church members in this congregation have been active and creatively engaged in environmental stewardship since 2001.

     

    Originally sought out to give feedback to, and to help pilot, the original model of PCUSA Earth Care Congregations back in 2010, Frame Memorial Presbyterian Church showed completed creation care activities across the life of the church (in worship, education, facilities and outreach). And, each year since 2010, they have proven a deeper and broader ...

    Full Story

    From Eco-Journey

  • Summertime and the livin' ain't so easy

    Published July 29, 2014

    Summertime…

    I’m guessing my memory of days long ago when I was in school is responsible for the persistent idea that summer should be slower and more relaxing.  Don’t get me wrong I enjoy the longer days and sunlight and I revel in the delicious fresh veggies and fruits that fill the farmer's market and neighbors gardens, but time this year is not readily available for rest. 

    There was the 221st General Assembly in June, which adds to the tasks and roles I juggle professionally.  So many worked long hours for months so that the two weeks ...

    Full Story

    From In Spirit and Truth

View All Blogs