FROM: Nancy J. Benson-Nicol, M.Div Associate Director, Theological Education Funds Development & Director, Seminary Support Network Grace and Peace to You! Here’s an update from the Presbyterian News Service featuring the exciting happenings on the campuses of our Presbyterian seminaries. Feel free to forward this link among all friends, churches, and other partners in ministry: […]
Every September, members of the Presbytery of the Pacific come together as a joint body to focus on mission and the changing context of the church in post-Christendom. Organized by a Visioning/Planning Team out of the Mission Interpretation and Promotion (MIP) committee, their goal is to challenge congregations as a collective witness here in Los Angeles and Hawaii, […]
The 2015 Per Capita allocation is $38.40. The distribution is as follows:
General Assembly 7.07.
2015 September Mission Event
This year's power-packed, TWO-DAY mission event is slated for September 25 & 26, 2015. Friday is designated for Clergy, clergy spouses, Inquirers/Candidates for ministry. Saturday is open to all congregations/members of the Pacific Presbytery as well as community partners.
Topics explore themes of race, power and privilege September 3, 2015 Presbyterian News Service Kristena Morse LOUISVILLE The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Gender & Racial Justice will host the first-ever #SpeakAntiracism Twitter chat Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015. The hour-long conversation, 1:00–2:00 p.m. EDT, will be moderated by Sera Chung, associate for Gender and Racial Justice in […]
Presbyterian Hunger Program applauds winners September 2, 2015 Youth agricultural camp at the Federation of Southern Cooperatives’ training center in Alabama. —Osa Idehen Presbyterian News Service Rick Jones LOUISVILLE The U.S. Food Sovereignty Alliance (USFSA), which represents a network of food producers, laborers, faith-based and social justice organizations, is recognizing two groups for its 2015 Food Sovereignty […]
Award provides educational opportunities for young women September 2, 2015 Emily Chun riding a camel in the Sahara Desert. —Photo provided Presbyterian News Service Kristena Morse LOUISVILLE When asked how she’s empowered by her faith, Emily Chun quickly replies, “My faith gives me purpose and assurance that my life is not an isolated event without consequences, but […]