“There is a brokenness in all of creation that allows even the natural world to collide with itself and us in catastrophic ways.”
“It’s about being willing to try things, and if you’re worried about how people will respond to it, you’ll never know until you try.”
“Whatever is positive about our denomination, especially in education, Agnes’ fingerprints are all over it.”
Where else can you see other parts of the country, learn new skills and share some skills you have, help people get back into their home, and laugh as much as they do?
The overall theme of Donna’s sabbatical is “story.” Stories help us understand where we came from and discover where we’re going.
“Everyone was energized and feeling like they had accomplished something significant.”
First Morgantown is the 11th church in the Synod region to join this LGBTQIA+ movement.
A group of 15 members from Plains Presbyterian Church in Cranberry Township (Beaver-Butler Presbytery) traveled to the hills of Ilam, Nepal, for 10 days in September to experience the culture, connect with the community, support local missions and make new friends. The trip was made possible thanks to a Synod of the Trinity Mission Travel…
For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son is given Recently I attended a wondrous advent worship gathering near our Synod offices. It was just the breathing space I needed to make room for “advent” amidst the hustle and bustle of getting ready to be gone from the office for a while – including…