The Rev. Matthew L. Skinner ― a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) minister and biblical scholar ― is the featured writer in this week’s installment of “On Scripture ― the Bible” series.
With the United Nations designating March 22 as World Water Day, many churches are observing Clean Water Sunday on March 17.
A bronze statue of civil rights heroine Rosa Parks was unveiled at the U.S. Capitol Feb. 27, a day for members of her African Methodist Episcopal Church to celebrate one of their own.
MINNEAPOLIS — The Spring Gathering of the Presbyterian Women of the Greater Twin Cities Area will be April 13 in Rochester, Minn., at the First Presbyterian Church.
Ecumenical organizations are engaged in a series of meetings with Latin American governments focused on a document proposing an alternate vision for the global financial system. Audiences with senior officials in Argentina, Bolivia and Peru have already been held.
Pope Benedict XVI will be known as “Pope Emeritus” after his retirement Feb. 28, and will continue to wear white vestments, the Vatican announced Feb. 26.
The Committee on the Office of the General Assembly (COGA) voted to approve a new organizational structure for the Office of the General Assembly (OGA) at its meeting held by telephone conference call on February 27.
The new structure and leadership design approved by the committee was the result of a comprehensive process conducted by Dudley Hamilton Associates, a New Jersey-based global management consulting firm.
The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation (PPC) will conduct six national education events to acquaint Presbyterians with the church’s new hymnal, Glory to God. The new hymnal, on sale now, will be published in September in a variety of print and digital formats.
The Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP) has approved grants totaling $164,400 to 10 self-help projects in the United States.
For years, Matt Duff was an uber-Mormon.