There are a variety of ways to use this workshop design. One suggestion: when learning with large groups, gather in the large group for singing hymns, prayers, and presentation of material and separate into small groups of 6-8 persons for reading and discussion.
The workshop can be completed in one, 50-60 minute session or in three sessions of 15-20 minutes each. To use the workshop design for the three sessions, the first session ends after the first set of Small Group Questions, Discussion, and Large Group Sharing; the second session ends after the second set of Small Group Questions, Discussion, …
by Sheldon Sorge
The author goes to the sources, exploring impulses to unity within the reformed tradition. Dr. Sorge's reading of Calvin, set within the context of Ephesians 4, shows that concern for theological integrity and commitment to the church's unity are not at odds. To the contrary, it is theological integrity that is the ground for preserving the unity of the church.
This is a companion piece to the Presbyterian Hunger Program Bible Study and the Impact through Seeds video on the page.
Being Reformed: Faith Seeking Understanding is a series of biblically based mini-courses providing adults with a foundational understanding of our Reformed faith. This resource — with themes of discipleship, worship as evangelism, John Calvin, theology and more — is designed for group study.
A catechism approved by the 210th General Assembly (1998) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
A Korean version of the first catechism, approved by the 210th General Assembly (1998).
The Spanish version of the catechism.
The first catechism approved by the 210th General Assembly (1998) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), with biblical citations added for reference.
A guide by the board of directors of the Presbytery Pastoral Care Network (PPCN), which identifies the following best practices for the pastoral care of ministers.
PHEWA's Presbyterians for Disability Concerns (PDC) network, in collaboration with the Office of the General Assembly and the five human resources departments of the PC(USA), offers this new resource, “Better Together: Transformed by God’s Variety of Gifts,” to assist in your observances of Disability Inclusion Sundays. This resource, commissioned by action of the 219th General Assembly (2010), includes powerful personal testimonies and strategies for inclusion in every setting, from worship and Christian education to places of employment.