Video, audio and multimedia
Visit the 22oth General Assembly (2012) Web site.
2011 PC(USA) Fall Meetings Materials
OGA Fall Polity
(October 17-19, 2011)
Tuesday October 18
"An introduction to GA 220, including review of commissioner orientation resources"
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 ...
To be used with the Winter 2011-2012 We Believe Younger Elementary, Session 2.
PC(USA) mission worker Josh Heikkila in Ghana sent this video with his March 2011 letter. The youth in Badja, as in all Togolese Presbyterian congregations, are a vital part of the church. During the week, they gather on two nights -- once for Bible study and once for choir practice. Here you will see them singing in Sunday worship.
A slide show created by Mission Co-Worker Mark Hare in Haiti about the Road to Life Yard and Moringa project.
In this three-minute video mission co-work Cobbie Palm talks about what it’s like to be a Christian in the Philippines, and, as an educator in the Divinity School of Silliman University, the delicate process of helping students discern the call of pastor.
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Want to learn more about Being Reformed, the new adult curriculum of the PC(USA)? Check out this video featuring editor Donald K. McKim. Also included, “What does it mean to be Reformed?”
In this 10 minute video, Gench shares "tried and true" principles of how Presbyterians understand and interpret Scripture. The video is one segment from a longer piece produced for the Theological Task Force on Peace, Unity, and Purity of the Church. Gench is professor of New Testament at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia.
For every mission experience, challenges and questions are a constant companion. Successfully translating your mission experience requires the right attitude, the right tools and the training to create the right opportunities.
Presbyterians have been at the forefront of health missions around the world for more than 100 years. This 10-minute program illustrates how International Health and Development carries on that tradition today, engaging U.S. Presbyterians in health-related missions and supporting the health and community development initiatives of PC(USA)’s global church partners.