Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-worker Debbie Blane. The card includes a photo of her and an overview of her work as an educator in Malakal, South Sudan as well as information on how to support Presbyterian mission.
A brief explanation about the Four-Fold Order of Worship. The Office of Theology and Worship has put together resources for a mini-course on worship that can be used for Commissioned Ruling Elder education, study for worship ordination exams, elder education, and/or a Christian education course on worship. See the full collection of these resources.
This resource was originally published to place in the pews of a Presbyterian congregation. It discusses the purpose of each part of worship in language designed to help the ordinary worshiper as well as those interested in planning contemporary worship. The Office of Theology and Worship has put together resources for a mini-course on worship that can be used for Commissioned Ruling Elder education, study for worship ordination exams, elder education, and/or a Christian education course on worship. See the full collection of these resources.
This colorful 8.5 x 3.75 brochure is written in an easy to understand format and outlines several types of self-help projects that Self-Development of People has entered into partnership with through the years. If you and others you know in your community are currently out of work and wondering how the ministry of Self-Development of People may assist a low-income group of people in your situation, this is a resource you may find especially useful. Information on criteria for funding and how to apply for a grant is also included.
This brochure offers a quick overview of the Fellowship of the Least Coin movement. FLC invites women from around the world to set aside the least coin of their country as a concrete symbol of their prayers for peace and reconciliation. These least coins support a range of programs, including gender justice issues, literacy and education, and health and social concerns. The brochure also offers resource lists contact information for additional support in participating in the movement.
PC(USA) guidelines for divestment related to Israel and Palestine.
Read this brochure and learn how to be nominated to volunteer as a SDOP National Committee member.
Well Chosen Words, a guide to understanding and using inclusive language, developed by the Racial Ethnic and Women’s Ministries/PW ministry area in consultation with the Advocacy Committee on Women’s Concerns, cites Galatians 3:27-28 in which Paul asserts, “As many of you as were baptized into Christ have clothed yourself with Christ ... for all of you are one in Christ Jesus.” Inclusive language allows all God’s children to be one in Christ Jesus.
The guide encourages language choices that proclaim the fullness of God, outlining traditional depictions as well as newer images to describe God, Jesus and the Holy …
There is an opportunity for “Legacy Giving”to Presbyterian Men involving estate gifts, some of which pay lifetime income while generating current tax advantages. Information on making estate gifts consisting of wills and bequests, life insurance, real estate and securities is available in “A Plan for Giving” brochure.
Accept the invitation to join other Presbyterian men and friends of Presbyterian men in support of the tax exempt National Council of Presbyterian Men Inc. Development Endowment Fund by contributing to help make Presbyterian Men “self sufficient.”
National Council of Presbyterian Men Inc. seeks volunteer contributions from the estimated one million men in the Church.