Brochures and cards

  • Before and Beyond the Benediction; Inclusion of People with Disabilities in the Community

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPHEWA

    PHEWA’s Presbyterians for Disability Concerns (PDC) Network co-sponsors this conference and community conversation, meant for congregations & worshiping communities, community organizations & agencies, families, caregivers, faith based organizations, and service providers who believe we are better together and want to include people with disabilities.  Discover how we can partner together in our communities to make inclusion a reality. Learn strategies for inclusion and make connections with others who share the same vision.

    Download the flier to read more and to access conference registration.

  • Immigration post card

    From Office of the General AssemblyImmigration

    Take action on immigration reform by sending your Senators a post card wishing them a Happy New Year and urging them to work for justice for aspiring Americans.  Download the post card below, print, and mail to both your Senators.  Please share these with your congregation and community!

  • Prayer card - Nadia Ayoub

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-worker Nadia Ayoub. The card includes a photo and overview of her work.

    Nadia serves as a trainer in an early childhood education program that serves as an outreach of the Reformed Church in Carpath-Ukraine to the Roma people. The Roma are one of the most marginalized groups in Europe. “I believe through the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and the love of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit I was called and enabled to serve Christ among unreached people,” Nadia says. “I believe that teaching the very little ...

  • Prayer card - Rev. Dr. Karen R. Moritz

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-worker Rev. Dr. Karen R. Moritz. The card includes a photo and overview of her work.

    Karen serves as a bridge between the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren and the PC (USA). She strives to develop and nurture relationships between people in the two churches. “In this process we learn that we are united as parts of the body of Christ and we celebrate our differences as individual members of that body,” Karen says. “Not only do I visit Czech congregations but I use the technology available to help people connect. In ...

  • Racial Ethnic & New Immigrant Initiative

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyRacial Ethnic & Women's Ministries

    Imagine wanting to deepen your faith and finding the door locked. Now imagine you are the key that people need.

    Won't you open the door for others?  Learn how you can help racial ethnic and new immigrant worshiping communities experience the joy and love of Jesus Christ.


  • Prayer card - Dr. Larry and Inge Sthreshley

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers Dr. Larry and Inge Sthreshley. The card includes a photo and overview of their work.

    Larry works with partner churches and organizations to help them develop their capacity and technical approach to do health ministry in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Sudan. This has enabled our partners to run large internationally-funded health programs that have greatly impacted health in these countries. Larry says his goal is to help the church “effectively demonstrate the love of Christ through health ministry.” Inge gives oversight to the Methodist Presbyterian Hostel, which is ...

  • Prayer card - Leisa Toni Ann Wagstaff

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Leisa Wagstaff. The card includes a photo and overview of her  work.

    After nearly 30 years as a mission co-worker, Leisa has accepted an assignment in her fifth African country, South Sudan. While in college, she visited what is now South Sudan and experienced a call to global mission and fell in love with Africa. Leisa will help the Presbyterian Church of South Sudan (PCOSS) strengthen its educational ministry by facilitating the repair and construction of primary schools, developing in-service teacher training programs, and nurturing community participation in education.

  • Prayer card - Rev. Sadegh Sepehri

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-worker Rev. Sadegh Sepehri. The card includes a photo and overview of his  work.

    Sadegh Sepehri serves in Berlin as a pastor with the Iranian Presbyterian Fellowship in Europe. He says Jesus’ Great Commission to preach the gospel to all people motivates his mission service. “This is why I have given my life to preach the gospel, the word of salvation,” Sadegh says. “Preaching the word of God makes me happy and strengthens me. The word brings hope to people and these days most of the people need this hope, so as ...

  • Prayer card - Azizollah Sadaghiani

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-worker Azizollah Sadaghiani. The card includes a photo and overview of his  work.

    Aziz works with the Iranian Presbyterian Fellowship, a ministry that serves Persian-speaking people from Iran, Afghanistan and other countries. Aziz leads Bible studies and helps refugees and asylum seekers in their quest to build a new life in Germany. “I have empathy with these destitute people and their families and I love to be able to help them,” Aziz says. “I thank God for the privilege to use my talents for people in need. It’s a gift from ...

  • Prayer card - Dr. Leslie and Dr. Cynthia Morgan

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Les and Cindy Morgan. The card includes a photo and overview of their work.

    Since 1989 Les and Cindy have been the PC(USA)’s only mission co-workers in one of the world’s most economically impoverished and most densely populated countries, Bangladesh. They have served in hospitals, they run village clinics, and they have worked on controlling tuberculosis and leprosy. The Morgan’s live in the capital city of Dhaka, where they serve as advisors for the Church of Bangladesh’s health ministries.

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