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In Los Angeles, California, a new ministry at Union Church called The Bridge is bring together people from varied cultures in worship, loving God and blessing the city.
FEEDING, CLOTHING, SERVING
When committed followers of Jesus began meeting needs in their community, God started a new worshiping community known as The Fellowship Place.
The Presbyterian Foundation in Jeffersonville, Indiana has repuprosed "brick and mortar" funds to help in creating 1001 new worshiping communities.
Seeing the needs of people living in isolation in their community, Presbyterians create a new worshiping community to meet the needs of some 50,000 Vietnamese immigrants in Houston, Texas.
A group of people at a church in Los Angeles started asking, “What if we started a church, like the one we attended in college, where we could take all of our friends?” Hearing their desire, church leaders help them create a new worshiping community in South Bay.
This ten-minute video provides an overview of the 2012 Presbyterian Women Birthday Offering. See images of the three projects — Living Water for Girls (Georgia), New Opportunities for Romanian Orphaned Children (Romania) and Solar Under the Sun (Arkansas/Haiti) — and learn about how you can support these projects and help meet the $900,000 goal for the Offering. You may also watch the video in Spanish.
This is a compilation of separate video segments highlighting the Presbyterian Hunger Program, Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, and the Self-Development of People program, in addition to a fourth segment highlighting the PC(USA) response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake, a disaster-recovery effort in which all three programs were involved.
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In this video you will hear how your gifts to the Christmas Joy Offering have been a life-changer for Jackie McCain, who was left in challenging financial situation following the death of her husband Ray, a PC(USA) pastor. You will also learn how your gifts are currently helping deserving students attend Menaul School, an ethnically/racially diverse Presbyterian-founded school in Albuquerque, New Mexico, that places its focus on mission and leadership development.
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Through your gifts to the Peacemaking Offering, the Peacemaking Program's Travel Study Seminars (TSS) are helping to shine a light on injustice. In this year's Peacemaking Offering video, learn how your gifts can help provide grants for future TSS participants and how their experiences, and the stories they share, can be a catalyst for change in your church.
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Since its inception in 1999, Huerto de la Familia (translation: The Family Garden) has served more than 100 families throughout the Willamette Valley in Western Oregon.
Through your gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing, the Presbyterian Hunger Program has been able to partner with Huerto de la Familia and similar organizations that are strengthening communities across the country by providing the opportunity to produce and share healthy food.