Exodus International, a group that bills itself as “the oldest and largest Christian ministry dealing with faith and homosexuality,” announced late Wednesday (June 19) that it’s shutting its doors.
1001 New Worshiping Communities, an initiative of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), passed a major milestone of 101 New Worshiping Communities this week, and then some. As of today there are 115.
Montreat Conference Center continues its 2013 Summer Services for the Lord’s Day by welcoming the Rev. Fairfax F. Fair as guest preacher on June 23 at 10:30 a.m. in Anderson Auditorium.
In a recent meeting here, theologians and ecumenists came together to give renewed consideration to an interim statement titled A Church of All and for All, first produced in 2003 by the Ecumenical Disability Advocates Network (EDAN), a project of the World Council of Churches (WCC) and the WCC’s Commission on Faith and Order.
Rabbi Sidney Schwarz, ordained in the liberal Reconstructionist tradition, sees a divide between generations of American Jews that could spell disaster for the community.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s marriage study will be the focus of two separate workshops at the denomination’s Big Tent conference Aug. 1-3.
The Presbyterian Church (USA), through its Committee on Mission Responsibility Through Investment (MRTI), helped achieve the best results ever in shareholder voting on environmental issues this spring.
On a recent Monday evening, a room inside Christ Community Church was transformed into a coffeehouse with fresh-brewed coffee, plenty of popped kettle corn and the thorny subject of racism on the table.
Dozens of Spanish speaking Port Chester residents want to learn to speak English well but dozens of factors can prohibit them from making it to classes. Thanks to a grant from Rye Presbyterian Church Women’s Association, parents have one less barrier to learning English.
Development and relief agency CWS welcomes the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) announcement June 12 that 38 countries, including several where CWS supports local hunger and malnutrition programs, have met the internationally established Millennium Development goals to cut hunger in half by 2015.