Click the link below to download bulletin inserts which can be used to promote the 2016 One Great Hour of Sharing.
One Spirit. Different Gifts. - God unites all gifts to create big impact.
So Much Accomplished, Still So Much to Do. - OGHS partners work together with the West Africa Initiative
Coming Back from Ebola - Learn about the work that One Great Hour of Sharing Partners are doing together with the West Africa Initiative in Liberia.
Confronting Injustice - 36 years after a Uranium spill in New Mexico, Self-Development of People partners with the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment to assist in ongoing cleanup and public awareness efforts.
Rebuilding Lives - Presbyterian Disaster Assistance continues its response through its partnership with ACT Alliance and their local Nepali partner organizations.
Seeds of Sustainability - The Presbyterian Hunger Program partners with the Joining Hands Network in El Salvador for advocacy and support
Print these bulletin inserts (2 per page) to let your congregation know about how the Peace & Global Witness Offering is assisting Syrian refugees. Click the link below to download in color or black and white:
Order bulletin inserts to promote the Presbyterian Giving Catalog for your congregation.
These can be used in pews, church bulletins, or distributed directly to members to spread the word about the Presbyterian Giving Catalog. Download the promotional piece with the button below, or order bulletin inserts here.
These two bulletin inserts highlight the impact of gifts made to the Christmas Joy Offering. Use these to help promote this offering in your church between November 29 and December 20.
Spurred by the Biblical call to shelter the homeless and feed those who are hungry, many Presbyterian congregations are making a difference in the lives of those with no place to call home. Through advocating for affordable housing, supporting shelters and transitional housing, and participating in social service programs, God’s people are helping many to see that homelessness and hopelessness need not go hand in hand. The bulletin insert answers how congregations can help end homelessness in their communities.
Help bring the peace of Christ to communities of conflict.
Today, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is actively engaged in peacemaking and reconciliation in more than 50 countries. Through our partner churches and organizations, our reach is extended to 100 countries. Your gift helps us do even more. In too many places around the world, peace is merely a hope. Conflicts between nations, peoples, and ideas put peace at risk everywhere. During the Season of Peace, we recognize that too many people live in situations that are both unsettled and unjust.
Your gift to the Peace & Global Witness Offering ...
Peace Begins With Us. When we think of conflict, many of us think of places mired in war, a world away. Yet often, some of our greatest opportunities to witness to the Prince of Peace are right outside our doors. When you give to the Peace & Global Witness Offering, 25% of your gift stays local, bringing the power of reconciliation and the peace of Christ to your own community. During this Season of Peace, consider the difference your gift can make to challenges like these.
Your generous support of the Peace & Global Witness Offering compels change in cultures of violence ...
Use this resource in your bulletins during a worship service planned around the issue of human trafficking. The information and scripture may be used for a Minute for Mission, too. AND for more material, download the four-page version of this insert.
- La Asamblea del Sí… en su mayoría
- Sí a la desinversión en tres compañías de Estados Unidos
- Sí al matrimonio entre parejas del mismo sexo
- En fin de cuentas...
- Estudio en desinversión de Combustibles fósiles
- Educa a la niñez, transforma el mundo
- Expansión de la Ofrenda de Paz
- Sí a la Confesión de Belhar
- Sí a las fronteras de los Sínodos
- Sí a líderes de las Agencias de la Asamblea General
- Sí a continuar nuestro compromiso con la paz
- Sí a prevenir la violencia con armas
- Trabajando por el bien ...