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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS about the common Agreement on Mutual Recognition of baptism with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Why is this common agreement needed?
- Will PCUSA pastors have to change how they celebrate baptism?
- In the Presbyterian Church (USA) we invite all baptized persons to share in the Lord’s Supper. Does this mean that we can take Holy Communion in one another’s churches?
- What does it mean that written attestations of Baptism, including the liturgical formula used must be provided and why is this important?
- When will this Common Agreement become effective?
- What can I do ...
Forming faith through camps
The World of Presbyterian Camps & Conference Centers
January February 2014
Racial-ethnic diversity in congregations
Use this packet to promote giving to the Birthday Offering in your congregation, presbytery or synod. The packet includes an invitation letter and Birthday Offering dedication service (both in English and Spanish), information about the recipient, ways to support the Birthday Offering, how to access PW resources and an order form.
A directory of Asian Presbyterian churches.
Get the directory of Asian Presbyterian churches in the United States.
This examination shall assess the candidate’s understanding of the meaning and purpose of corporate worship and the Sacraments, familiarity with the Directory for Worship and The Book of Confessions, and their application to the life of worshiping communities.
This examination shall assess the candidate's ability to interpret an assigned passage of Scripture by demonstrating attention to the original language of the text, an understanding of the text's historical context, and an ability to relate the text effectively to the contemporary life of the church in the world.
This examination is intended to “assess the candidate's working knowledge of the constitutional structure of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and the method by which differences are properly resolved and programs to fulfill the mission of the church are determined.”