Shelly Barrick-Parsons, executive director of the Harless Center (WVU), and Diana Malcom, Campus Minister Westminster Presbyterian Fellowship (PSU), recently attended the annual gathering of Campus Ministry Theological Exploration of Vocation grantees in Indianapolis.
Crestfield Camp and Conference Center has named the Rev. Dr. J. Bruce Byers to serve as its temporary executive administrator during the transition between executive directors.
The New Wilmington Mission Conference is the longest-running mission conference in the United States.
Mission and social justice have been central to the mission and ministry of the Presbytery of Carlisle.
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.
The Helping Hands Care Team of Lehigh Presbytery is planning a mission work trip to Sumter, SC, on March 18-25, 2017 to assist with the recovery efforts after heavy rains and flooding caused extensive damage to the churches and homes in that area.
Two webinars will be held in the coming weeks through the Presbyterian Outlook that are aimed to further your professional development from the comfort of your home or office on Feb. 14 and March 28.
Saint Mark Presbyterian Church in North Bethesda, MD, is hosting a three-part seminar series titled “Theology, Racism and Christian Practice: How Shall We Respond?” in February, March and May.
After 12 1/2 years of service, Rev. Betty Angelini is answering a new call to God in Birmingham, AL, and Paul Humphreys, Crestfield’s Program Director, has accepted a new call back in New Zealand, his home.
The first synod in the United States was organized in 1716 and met for the first time in 1717 in Philadelphia, consisting of presbyteries from Philadelphia, New Castle, Snow Hill and Long Island. However, the Presbytery of Snow Hill was never formed, and those churches were absorbed by New Castle.