The Synod of the Trinity is challenging Presbyterians, their congregations and the presbyteries in our region to support the many initiatives of the Synod.
The purpose of the conference is to inspire, equip, motivate and encourage small Presbyterian Churches and to provide rest and refreshment for the clergy and lay leaders of those churches.
“I am with friends, with new family, with a family that has expanded through the grace of God.”
Synod Communications Coordinator Mike Givler gives his opening views of his first day at the 223rd General Assembly in St. Louis.
Trip to assist with the recovery efforts after heavy rains and flooding caused extensive damage to the churches and homes in that area.
“There IS promise in the womb – and it is not just about a room with the animals many years ago. It is about now, and who we are, and who we become as the birth pangs grow stronger. It is about how we go, what we say, and with whom we live.”
The 2018 theme is “Worldchanging 101: Challenging the Myth of Powerlessness” with keynote speaker David LaMotte and worship leader Jon Brown.
Our neighbor in need Is the reason for the One Great Hour of Sharing special offering.
For nearly 20 years, J.C. Austin has served the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) as a pastor, an educator and a leader at every level of the denomination.
Let it be underscored that it is the cross itself, rather than a flag, that should be seen as the universal symbol of the Christian faith.