The 225th General Assembly (2022) approved and recommended to the presbyteries for their affirmative or negative votes proposed changes in the language of the Book of Order that, if approved, will amend the Constitution.
53 National Religious Groups, Academics, and Ministers Urge Alternatives to U.S. Military Action in Iraq
A discussion of eight Battlefield Skills that Make Life in the Civilian World Challenging.
This sheet provides objectives for various workshops, each with activities for children to learn and understand Biblical stories.
The Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy (ACSWP) recommends that the 212th General Assembly (2000) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) prepare to celebrate, reaffirm, and recommit to That All May Enter (Minutes UPCUSA, 1977, Part I, pp. 99-108) as the basis for a call to greater concern for the inclusion of all members in every aspect of the life and work of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
The Advocacy Committee for Racial Ethnic Concerns responds to language and rhetoric used by Donald Trump in announcing his candidacy for president of the United States.
A December 2015 letter from the Advocacy Committee for Racial Ethnic Concerns to Donald Trump, candidate for president of the United States. "The latest remarks by you concerning a ban on entry of visitors to the United States based upon their religious affiliation is a form of discrimination which degrades all racial and ethnic minority citizens of this country."
The Advocacy Committee for Racial Ethnic Concerns expresses deep concern and holy outrage at the verdict given in the aftermath of the killing of Michael Brown. Read their statement by downloading it below.
We applaud the 221st General Assembly’s (2014) action to divest from U. S. companies that profit from the illegal occupation of Palestinian territories.
This resolution contains both a Biblical and theological foundation and a set of recommendations for a more participatory and fair electoral process in the United States. This resolution affirms the extension of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, as amended, and 0pposes all measures that would disenfranchise voters on the basis of race or other condition.