Posters and fliers
The Polity Conference provides opportunities for mid council staff leaders to gather with OGA staff leaders to learn about polity issues, share common concerns, discuss the current state of the church, and discern our common life together.
This poster can be used in your church during the weeks leading up to the One Great Hour of Sharing offering.
This calendar will help your congregation learn about offering distribution and scheduling for 2016.
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SAVE THE DATE
January 24-26, 2013, the 5th Annual Institute of Multicultural Ministry.
"Many Come to Pray: Ethnic, Religious, Social & Cultural Diversity in Ministry"
An 11x17 inch poster similar to the cover of the alternative giving brochure is available to download and print as needed.
- 주로 “Yes”…로 응답한 총회
- 세개의 미국 회사들로부터 투자를 철수하자는 안건에 ‘Yes’
- 동성 결혼에 ‘Yes’: 목회적 역량과 새로운 정의
- 벨하 신앙 고백에 ‘Yes’
- 새로운 대회 경계에 ‘Yes’
- 총회 기관들의 리더들에 대해 ‘Yes’
- 피스메이킹을 위한 미국 장로교의 지속적 의지에 ‘Yes’
- 총기 폭력 방지에 ‘Yes’
- 공동의 선을 위해 다른 종교를 지닌 사람들과 함께 일하기
- 화석 연료에 대한 투자 철수 문제를 ‘연구할 것’
- ‘한 아이를 교육시켜, 세상을 변화시켜라’
- 확대된 피스메이킹 헌금
- 최종 결과
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary promotes the “outward-looking face” of the institution through a diversity of programs aimed at clergy, church leaders, congregations, and communities.
Under the heading of Education Beyond the Walls, Austin’s workshops and other learning experiences seek to meet pastors, the laity, and others at their greatest theological education needs.
One of the upcoming offerings is the workshop Women, Voice and Preaching, taking place May 12–15. Led by the Rev. Dr. Jennifer L. Lord, the Dorothy B. Vickery Associate Professor of Homiletics and Liturgical Studies at Austin Seminary, the workshop will focus on strengthening participants’ voices ...
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A summary of the Presbyterian Panel Survey covering demographic and background information of members in the Presbyterian church.
These pages summarize major findings from the first survery sent to all panelists asked to serve from 1997 to 1999.