He was a man of few words. My visits often consisted of a monologue I carefully constructed around veiled questions, hoping he would offer up details about his life without getting agitated. But his responses were short — a few words uttered in a deep voice that got louder if he was irritated by the subject matter.
WFC (Way Forward Commission)와 AARC (All Agency Review Committee)의 공동 회의가 오늘 미국장로교 공개 회의 관행의 "해석과 시행"을 명확히 하려는 행정 조치를 승인했다.
A joint meeting of the Way Forward Commission (WFC) and All Agency Review Committee (AARC) today approved an administrative action seeking to clarify “interpretation and implementation” of existing Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) open meeting practices.
A request to establish an administrative commission “to address disorder in the Synod of the Covenant” is one of the items that will be on the agenda of Assembly Committee 5 when the 223rd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) meets June 16–23 in St. Louis.
That request, from the Presbytery of Cincinnati, has been met with a response from the Synod of the Covenant (item 05-06) that calls on the General Assembly to reject the Cincinnati overture “because the synod can demonstrate that it asserts false claims and misleading conclusions based on misinformation.”
미국장로교회 한인교회 전국총회(NCKPC)는 오늘 한반도 평화와 통일에 관한 상황과 진행중인 협상에 관한 선언문을 발표했다.
The National Caucus of Korean Presbyterian Churches (NCKPC) today issued a declaration regarding the situation and ongoing negotiations regarding peace and reunification on the Korean Peninsula.
Two young women have been selected for the first yearlong internships with Hands and Feet, an initiative to strengthen mission efforts of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) by encouraging partnerships and mission involvement with cities hosting the biennial meeting of the General Assembly.
The internships are being offered by Hands and Feet in partnership with The Center, a mission outreach of the Presbytery of Baltimore, host presbytery for the 224th General Assembly (2020). The Center hosts adult and youth mission teams from across the United States, offering them opportunities to engage in community service alongside churches and nonprofits in the Baltimore area.
Halfway there, but not far enough. That’s the reaction from the Presbyterian Hunger Program (PHP), the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) and other supporters following last week’s announcement by Wendy’s corporate executives to purchase a majority of its tomatoes in the U.S. instead of Mexico. The announcement came during the restaurant chain’s annual shareholders meeting in Dublin, Ohio.
Pastoral leaders are encouraged to apply for the Presbyterian Foundation’s Church Financial Leadership Grant program by Friday, June 15.
Police in Washington, D.C., took the Rev. Jimmie Hawkins and other faith leaders into custody on Monday afternoon during a demonstration outside the U.S. Supreme Court building. Hawkins, director of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s Office of Public Witness, was taking part in the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for a Moral Revival.