ALMA, MI — Construction of a LEED-certified basketball arena/convocation center at Alma College begins this spring with a groundbreaking ceremony scheduled for May 1.
The Presbyterian Foundation has announced a reduction in staff affecting one part-time and six full-time employees in its national office and six regional development offices in an effort to reduce payroll expenses and manage budgets during the global financial crisis.
ANCHORAGE, AK ― Yukon Presbytery recently hosted a visit by a group from Tayan Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of Taiwan. The two presbyteries are exploring the possibility of forming a mission partnership.
More than 700 people of faith attended the seventh annual Ecumenical Advocacy Dayshere earlier this month. Out of those, more than 100 were Presbyterians. Some were veteran participants, while others were new to advocacy.
Despite the faltering U.S. economy, the Presbyterian Publishing Corporation (PPC) has announced that sales increased in 2008.
A Peruvian network related to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Hunger Program received an award for operating the first fair trade store in Peru during a ceremony last week here.