Fellowship of the Least Coin Prayer Cards are conveniently sized for carrying in a wallet or using as a bookmark.
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.
This brochure provides information about the ecumenical Fellowship of the Least Coin (FLC) prayer movement, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006. 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 includes the prayer of thanksgiving appropriate for FLC giving.
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.
The 220th General Assembly (2012) voted to begin the process of amending The Book of Confessions to include the Confession of Belhar (English, Spanish, Korean). Moderator Neal Presa appointed the Special Committee on the Confession of Belhar to study the confession and to provide education about the Confession of Belhar throughout the church.
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The committee on representation will assist the church to move toward the goal of “wholeness in the emerging life” of the church. This wholeness is evident when all members of the body of Christ are able to use the gifts they have been given by the Holy Spirit for the equipping of the people of God. Wholeness is a part of God’s “shalom” for the world.
Learn how the Committee on the Self-Development of People invests in people with its partners across the globe. Interpret the SDOP ministry with this one page brochure with information on how to get involved.
Isaiah 58 describes a new kind of fast, not to give up bread but to share it. Isaiah calls us to “loose the bonds of injustice,” to “let the oppressed go free,” to “share bread with the hungry” and to “invite the homeless poor into our homes.” We are called to offer help to those in need and restoration to those who have been broken down. One way we answer this call is through our gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing.