“We have attorneys, politicians, doctors. It’s very heart-warming to see a doctor sitting beside a homeless person just sharing a meal.”
“We’re kind of looking for some of the unfamiliar stories of the Bible that can capture people’s imagination about different parts of the Bible that maybe they haven’t given as much attention to in terms of at least the animal character.”
“This project has enabled, and continues to enable, this particular church to be a vessel in which people come together in common mission helping God.”
“We’ll remind people that in the midst of tragedy that God is at work and still working good in the midst of it.”
“We are all worshiping one God, one Christ. We’re all in this community and everybody’s welcome.”
“It has never been more important for Christians to stand up and say ‘Enough!’”
To my brothers and sisters in the Synod of the Trinity: Just four days ago, the Synod of the Trinity’s annual assembly adjourned after two days spent celebrating and remembering the Rev. Fred Rogers and asking “Won’t you be my neighbor?” And Saturday, in Fred’s real-life Pittsburgh neighborhood, a man filled with hatred burst into…
“For each of us, and most certainly for those who claim to be Jesus followers, the call is now. The time is long past.”
The Synod of the Trinity is challenging Presbyterians, their congregations and our presbyteries to join in the Giving Tuesday spirit.
A couple dozen people have traveled from Pennsylvania to Rwanda and had life-changing and life-giving experiences.