<Español> <Korean> I am writing to you today on behalf of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to express disappointment over your announcement last week to delay any decisions in your review of deportation policies.
Presbyterians and other interested parties will have a variety of ways to keep up to date on the latest news coming out of the General Assembly Communications Center of 221st General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
In her opening address to a world conference on the effect of ecumenical councils on the search for justice, peace and unity, the moderator of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Central Committee called for an openness to change in an era of encounter with “different types of cultures and religions.”
The Russian Union of Evangelical Christians-Baptists has a new senior vice president: Sergey Sipko. At the every-fourth-year congress, which took place in St. Petersburg May 28-30, Alexey Smirnov was also elected for an additional four years as the Union’s president. Smirnov will retire as president in 2018.
Ever since author John Grogan scored a megahit with 2005’s Marley & Me, publishers of all stripes have been looking for the next chart-topping, boo-hooing, man-and-his-dog story.
An overture (15-01) urging the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to divest from fossil fuel companies will be before the Assembly Committee on Immigration and Environmental Issues at the 221st General Assembly in Detroit, June 14-21.
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Every year, thousands of U.S. local congregations and other groups, individuals and families volunteer to assemble CWS Kits for distribution locally and globally to people in situations just like Bridgeforth’s. The Kits are small packages of supplies that can make a world of difference in an ongoing development program or in disaster situations.
In the days after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, al-Qaida became a household name. But today, other extremist Islamist groups, many in Africa, are vying for headlines.
The board of directors of the Presbyterian Outlook Foundation, Inc., has announced that the 2014 Ernest Trice Thompson Award will be presented to three recipients: Barbara Wheeler, Joseph Small and John Buchanan. The award, the functional equivalent of a lifetime achievement award for statespersons in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), will be presented at the Presbyterian Outlook luncheon on Saturday, June 14, at 12:30 PM in Detroit.