A group of young adult new immigrants in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) ― nominated by new immigrant pastoral leaders ― gathered in the Dallas/Fort Worth area to be inspired and encouraged to pursue leadership roles in the church.
A once-derelict school building in rural South Carolina — built after the Civil War by northern Presbyterians wanting to educate former slaves — is ready to find new life in the Goodwill community.
The For Such A Time As This Pastoral Residency Program (FSATAT) is now a part of the Church Leadership Connection (CLC). The two-year pastoral residency program for first-call pastors serves small, underserved congregations.
The announcement of the definitive cessation of activities by a renowned ecumenical press agency has come. Ecumenical News International (ENInews) will not outlive the drastic financial reductions imposed by its two main sponsors, the World Council of Churches (WCC) and the Lutheran World Federation (LWF).
The 10th Assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC) opened Wednesday (Oct. 30) here under the theme “God of life, lead us to justice and peace.”
The Rev. Sani Nomaou as served since 2010 as president of the Evangelical Church in the Republic of Niger (ECRN). With a membership of about 8,000, the ECRN is the largest Christian denomination in a country that is 98 percent Muslim. As a prominent Christian leader, Nomaou is often a key voice the national dialogue between Christians and Muslims in Niger.
Picking up a basketball changed Brent Christie’s life. Twelve years ago, the former hospitality industry executive walked away from his dream job at an iconic hotel company with no idea as to what he would do next.
The rite of baptism got big press as Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby christened Prince George, a future king of England on Oct. 23.
In an Oct. 23-26 meeting here that was short on immediate decisions but long on implications for its future, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Board of Pensions approved its 2014 business plan and continued to prepare for the full roll-out of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The National Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has approved grants totaling $165,000 to nine self-help projects in the United States.