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The Synod’s Governing Commission held a virtual communion service at its March meeting when the gathering was shifted to the Zoom video conferencing program.
These dynamic workshops integrate insights from non-typical sources to take a fresh look at how modern media and messaging is changing how people think and listen, and how to adapt our preaching in the face of these challenges.
“The Rich Heritage of African Americans in the Presbyterian Church” will be presented Saturday, Feb. 22, at 1 p.m. at Bethesda Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh.
Join the Synod in working toward one or more of three goals: building congregational vitality, dismantling structural racism and eradicating systemic poverty.
“We are thrilled to have Elizabeth taking on the ministry of logistical work for us as well as administrating and expanding our work with grants.”
Many congregations lack the resources to send their “teams” to any of the big national training events, and it was the presbytery’s theory that using a couple friends and local resources, it could put together an event that was at the very least “Better Than Average.”
May this celebration of Jesus’ birth bring you Light and Peace.
“If I share a flame with you, I still have a whole flame and you now have a whole flame. Peace works the same way.”
Columbia Presbyterian Church’s Hands Across the Street Food Ministry served more than 13,000 meals in 2019.