Thousands of miles and many cultures separate Alaska and Taiwan, but the divide isn’t stopping a group of Presbyterians in both places from coming together to draw strength and support from each another.
A memorial service has been scheduled for April 25 in Hartford, CT, for the Rev. Carl S. Dudley, a renowned innovator in connecting churches with their communities.
Dudley, 76, died April 22 at his Hartford home of heart disease.
While earning an undergraduate degree in the United States and a graduate degree in England, Palestine native Tamara Kharroub was “shocked” at how her homeland was portrayed in the Western media.
The response of a variety of faith groups to poverty in Africa, Asia and Latin America is the subject of a television special to be aired by CBS on April 26.
As of April 21, Amendment B — which would replace the current Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) constitutional requirement that church officers live in “fidelity within the covenant of marriage between a man and a woman or chastity in singleness” with a new section G-6.0106b of The Book of Order — is within a single vote of being defeated.
Thousands of Presbyterians in Michigan will celebrate Earth Day 2009 by planting 12,000 trees across a 400-mile area.
Insik Kim’s formative years were shaped by a Cold War that suddenly turned hot.
Echoing a call issued by President Barack Obama in Prague on Palm Sunday, the Presbyterian Washington Office and the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program are urging Presbyterians to contact their U.S. Senators with a simple message:
“Work for a world free of nuclear weapons.”
Of the more than 65 million people living in Thailand, just over 9 percent are living with HIV/AIDS. Of those, 14,000 are children under the age of 15.