Following the June 29 approval by the Audit Committee of the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board, the agency’s 2016 Annual Report has just been published. The full report is available online for reading or downloading.
As Presbyterians prepare to observe Immigration Sunday on July 2, the Office of the General Assembly reminds pastors, congregations, and mid council leaders that a host of information and resources is available online.
For 23 hours, a group of interfaith leaders from a variety of denominations, gathered on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol building on Thursday to pray, sing and speak out against the Senate and House versions of a new health care bill. The group described the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA) as “a greatly flawed bill” that was being rushed to approval before there is a thorough examination of its contents.
In its sixth installment of Theological Conversations for 2017, the Theology, Formation and Evangelism ministry of the Presbyterian Church presents “500 Years and Counting” by the Rev. José Manuel Capella-Pratts, pastor of First Hispanic Presbyterian Church in Miami, Florida.
2017년 6번째 신학적 대화에서 장로교회의 신학, 형성, 및 전도 사역은 플로리다 주 마이애미에 있는 히스패닉 제일 장로교회 목사인 호세 마누엘 카펠라-프라츠 José Manuel Capella-Pratts 목사의 "500년 그리고 계산은 진행중임"을 발표한다.
The All Agency Review Committee of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) met yesterday via conference call to receive working group progress updates and plan for its Aug. 21–22 meeting in Louisville.
미국장로교회의 앞으로 나아갈 길 전권위원회는 3 페이지 중간 보고서를 발표했다. 이 보고서는 "관심과 수정이 필요한" 교단의 일곱 가지 영역을 밝히고있다.
The Way Forward Commission of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has issued a three-page,mid-term report that identifies seven areas of the denomination’s life that “are in need of attention and revisioning.”
The Way Forward Commission of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is set to release its midterm report today, saying it has started “to dream of the 21st century church we see emerging.” Under the direction of the General Assembly and the Stated Clerk, the group says it is taking a “bolder course” rather than “tinkering with existing structures” in an effort to sustain the organization.
Rwanda is best known for the genocide that swept the country more than 23 years ago leaving the nation with an impoverished and traumatized population. But Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) mission co-worker Kay Day, is focused on the future, not the past. And she believes thoughtful theological leaders she and others are working to train will build the future.