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  • Minute for Mission: Bringing hope with clean water

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencySpecial Offerings

    Westminster Presbyterian Church’s Outreach Committee recently had an important decision to make—how to spend the church’s portion of the Peacemaking Offering. Like every congregation in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the church, located in Nashville, Tennessee, keeps 25 percent of receipts from its offering. 

    This year the committee chose to put the funds toward the congregation’s mission work through the Living Waters for the World organization, a group members have worked with since 2007.

  • Minute for Mission: Uniting against violence toward women

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencySpecial Offerings

    On the 25th of each month, First Presbyterian Church in Lakeview, Oregon, puts up a banner that reads “United against violence against women”—inviting conversation and standing in vocal opposition to violence. It’s part of a global effort, supported by the Peacemaking Offering, to unite to end violence against women, and it is working. The church has used its portion of the Peacemaking Offering to support the Lake County Crisis Center in Lakeview.

  • Minute for Mission: Fostering Christian understanding & ministry

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencySpecial Offerings

    “So many Christians are leaving Iraq that we don’t know if Christianity will exist in the next generation,” he says. Dr. Fatallah serves as an International Peacemaker in his home country. Funded partly through the Peacemaking Offering, each Peacemaker works within church-based ministries to seek justice and pursue peace. He is among nearly a dozen who recently visited with U.S. congregations.

  • Minute for Mission: A student-led program of peace

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencySpecial Offerings

    The Rev. Karl Travis, of First Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth, Texas, says it makes sense to commit the congregation’s portion of the Peacemaking Offering to the local public school system’s “It’s Not Okay” (INOK) program. “This is a matter of peacemaking,” he says. “Kids in the public school system are hurting, and supporting INOK and other anti-bullying programs is a way the church can be a voice of reconciliation and affirmation. Bullies in public school grow up to be bullies in the world; kids who are bullied as youth and children carry their wounds into their adult life—this affects all of us.”

  • Ayudas litúrgicas 15 de junio / Liturgical Helps June 15

    From Presbyterian Mission Agency

    Ayudas litúrgicas 15 de junio / Liturgical Helps June 15

     

    Estas ayudas litúrgicas semanales están basadas en el Leccionario Común Revisado. Este recurso, en español e inglés, tiene como objetivo el brindar apoyo al ministerio de las iglesias cuyo servicio de adoración es en español o bilingüe, y provee sugerencias y enlaces en dónde buscar otros recursos para complementar la adoración de la iglesia.

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  • Disability Inclusion Sunday 2014- Introductory packet

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPHEWA

    The Seasons of Life in the Family of Faith: Resources for Worship and Inclusion

    June 22, 2014 is designated on the Presbyterian Planning Calendar as Disability Inclusion Sunday.  PHEWA’s Presbyterians for Disability Concerns (PDC) network has developed our annual resource packet to help in observing this day- on June 22nd or whenever works best in the life of your worshiping community. 

  • Worship Resources for the 2014 Pentecost Offering

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencySpecial Offerings

    Worship Resource for the 2014 Pentecost Offering

  • Disability Inclusion Sunday 2014

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPHEWA

    The Seasons of Life in the Family of Faith: Resources for Worship and Inclusion

    June 22, 2014 is designated on the Presbyterian Planning Calendar as Disability Inclusion Sunday.  PHEWA’s Presbyterians for Disability Concerns (PDC) network has developed our annual resource packet to help in observing this day- on June 22nd or whenever works best in the life of your worshiping community. 

  • 2014 Birthday Offering Dedication Service

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterian Women

    Use this dedication service (from the promotional packet) to receive the 2014 Birthday Offering in your PW group in the congregation, presbytery or synod. This file includes both the English and Spanish dedication services.

  • cover of Water, Holy Water, 2014 Earth Day Sunday resource

    Earth Day Sunday 2014, "Water, Holy Water"

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyEnvironmental Ministries

    Developed ecumenically, this annual worship and education resource invites congregations to celebrate an Earth Day Sunday. Observed on a Sunday close to Earth Day (April 22), or any Sunday that works well for the congregation's calendar, Presbyterian churches use this opportunity to celebrate God's gift of God's creation. In 2014, the theme is Water, Holy Water.

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