Monthly Archives: July 2017

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Rev. Tom Moore finds his calling as Crestfield interim executive director

Posted July 26, 2017

“Crestfield is a place and a space to experience God’s transformation and renewal. We do that by partnering with churches and communities, for outreach, for discipling, for growth. I want to help shape a deeper sense of ‘why.’”

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Summer lunch program right recipe for Pennside Church

Posted July 20, 2017

“Just the way doors opened was very inspiring. The way God has led us has been a real journey through the wilderness kind of thing. The manna is being provided along with God’s goodness. It’s been an amazing experience.”

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Olivet Church youth repair homes during Philadelphia Project

Posted July 20, 2017

Every evening the youth would have a time of worship, preaching and discussion. The students and leaders had a meaningful time of hard work, new friendships and engagement in new ways with God.

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East Liberty Church steps out to become a sanctuary church

Posted July 6, 2017

“God sent this family here, and we have just surrounded them with our love.”

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Prayer box helps connect Bream Memorial Church to community

Posted July 6, 2017

“This has been really significant to us to say, ‘We’re looking at our future now.’”

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African-American presence undeniable throughout Synod history

Posted July 5, 2017

Beginning in June 1807 with the founding of First African Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, African-Americans have been a presence — not always a welcomed presence — but a presence nonetheless within the Synod.

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History: Presbytery of Carlisle – Helping and supporting those in need

Posted July 5, 2017

Mission and social justice have been central to the mission and ministry of the Presbytery of Carlisle.

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History: Kiskiminetas Presbytery – Plenty of change but still only one goal

Posted July 31, 2017

While there have been many changes to the landscape of the Kiskiminetas Presbytery over the past centuries, one thing hasn’t changed: the people God has called to the churches with the Kiskiminetas Presbytery remain faithful to sharing the good news of the gospel to the persons in rural areas, small towns and small cities of Armstrong, Indiana, Clarion and Jefferson counties.

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