This year’s National Multicultural Church Conference’s theme, “Journeying and Awakening into God’s Diverse World,” is a call for the church to be open to change and innovation.
The vast majority of multisite churches are growing, according to a new study, and they are seeing more involvement from lay people and newcomers after they open an additional location.
Susan Orr made a surprising discovery about the congregations of the Presbytery of Genesee Valley.
The Presbytery of New Covenant is living out what it means to be the connectional church by helping youth groups unite for mission.
Faith-based organizations, with the United Nations, have urged expansion of access to anti-retroviral treatment for persons living with HIV and AIDS in a consultation organized by the UNAIDS and Caritas Internationalis, from Feb. 25-26 here.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued new, detailed guidelines for employers March 6 as the number of complaints and million-dollar settlements for cases of religious workplace discrimination neared record levels in 2013.
The Rev. Kelly Allen, pastor of University Presbyterian Church in San Antonio, has been endorsed by Mission Presbytery to stand for moderator of the upcoming 221st General Assembly, June 14-21 in Detroit.
Pastor Cira Hernández Gutiérrez, who was ordained to ministry in the Communion of Presbyterian and Reformed Churches of Chiapas on Dec. 15 last year, has been excluded from the National Presbyterian Church of Mexico because of ongoing differences in ways the Bible is read and understandings of the role of women in the church.
The Robert W. Bohl Racial/Ethnic Leadership Program provides a seminarian the opportunity to explore publishing as a ministry by serving for ten weeks in the summer at the office of Presbyterian Publishing Corporation (PPC).
The primary reaction of Russian evangelicals to the present Russian-Ukrainian crisis has been one of silence and sadness coupled with multiple days of fasting and prayer. Their sadness and nostalgia were expressed by the prayer of a layman in a Moscow Baptist service March 2: “Remind us of how it was when we were still brothers!”