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A PowerPoint presentation originally used in the Presbytery of East Tennessee by former Stated Clerk, Rev. Gradye Parsons, and edited for general use in Ruling Elder training.
Presented by Rev. Dr. SanDawna Ashley, Manager for Call Process Support and Teaching Elder Ministries. Broadcast in the spring 0f 2017, this webinar is designed for call seekers, CPMs and seminary placement officers.
Presented by Rev. Dr. SanDawna Ashley, Manager for Call Process Support and Teaching Elder Ministries. Broadcast in March 2017, this webinar is designed for presbytery staff, PNCs, and COM Liaisons.
The Blue Shirt Ministry grew out of the response to Hurricane Katrina and over the years, this ministry has to continued to grow with volunteer worksites across the country. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is deeply grateful for the thousands of volunteers who have answered the call to serve and walk alongside communities impacted by disaster.
This training was lead by Rev. Joyce Lieberman and Rev. Sue Krummel, Office of the General Assembly.
- PowerPoint with Notes available at the very bottom
- Substitute Motion (.PDF)
- Order info for additional A Guide to Parliamentary Procedure in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
- Including Actions of the 22st General Assembly (2014) (.PDF)
- Side by Side comparison of proposed amendment to W-4.9000 (.PDF)
Watch Gradye Parsons, Stated Clerk of the PC(USA), give a presentation recorded at the Eastern Regional Benefits Consultations in Philadelphia for the Board of Pensions.
"Last year in this presentation I lifted up four Biblical metaphors, journey metaphors, and one that I think fits where we are as a Church is the whole story of the Church on the road to Antioch. And the story is, basically, after Stephen was elected Deacon he became a well known speaker, got noticed, unfortunately too much and so he was stoned and there was this persecution of the Church and the ...
Can we imagine?
The Mid Council Commission II is inviting the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to image a new structure for the denomination’s synods. Hear in these video segments how commission members arrived at their recommendation to the 221st General Assembly (2014), and how the church can work collaboratively to envision new possibilities.
For me it has always been a major meeting of that denominational body that capsulizes the quality, the flavor, the collective personality of that group. And I thought that if I’m going to support PC(USA) students here at Louisville Seminary I’ve got to go to THE meeting that says, ‘this is who we are, this is what we are about, this is what we struggle with, here are the key issues that we allot to us, here is how we argue, here is how we debate, this is how we think hard about important issues that deeply affect us’.
Join the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s Committee on the Office of the General Assembly and the Stated Clerk as we kick off our journey to the 221st General Assembly (2014), to be held June 14 to 21, 2014, in Detroit. Enjoy, and pass along the link to this video lifting up “Why Detroit?” and assembly theme “Abound in Hope.”
[3D 221st General Assembly logo floats in to a backdrop of the Detroit skyline.]
Vince Thomas - I’m Vince Thomas, the moderator of the Committee on the Office of the General Assembly. And though I live in Minneapolis ...
The role of the artist in the community can be one of listening on the edges. As an artist I love to sit in the liminal spaces of a conversation, listening for the passion and ideas, the vision and the plans take shape, and then I inscribe them on a canvas, recording them and making visible the dreams of the gathered the community.