“Lessons from the Table” is a study for children centered around the communion table. Each session talks about a different aspect of the communion table. The topics are:
Download an educational resource from the World AIDS Day Packet 2013 by Erin Donovan.
Download this resource from the World AIDS Day Packet 2013, that gives ideas on how to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS at your seminary or college.
Yeast Makes the Bread Rise: How the Great Banquet Renewal Movement Could Help Revitalize Mainline Congregations, by Deb Coe (Ph.D., Purdue, 2011). Like its better-known cousins, Cursillo and Walk to Emmaus, the Great Banquet is a program designed to bring about personal and spiritual renewal. Learn the intriguing findings from this in-depth study of two participating PC(USA) congregations.
Campus ministers are called to affirm the whole person, so what is our role as those who minister to students during college years who find themselves struggling with mental health issues? Because most ministers serving in higher education are not licensed therapists, what can a campus minister or other staff person do when confronted with questions about mental health, no matter the source?
This resource provides tips and suggestions on how to reclaim Daily Prayer as a part of Faith Formation.
This resource from Office of Theology & Worship (TW) provides analysis and theological reflection on the "Reclaiming Jesus" statement. In reviewing the statement, which was issued and signed by leaders in several denominations and organizations, TW found commonality with the basic affirmations of Presbyterian's Reformed faith. Indeed the "Reclaiming Jesus" statement and ensuing movement focuses on "public discipleship." It reclaims who Jesus followers are and what they should do.
This resource includes ideas, not only to get volunteers invested, but to make sure volunteers feel supported so that they’ll want to return to work with youth.