The Civil War probably had more effect on West Virginia than most of the nation. It basically split the church.
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” –John 1:1
By Lea Sitton Stanley The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is celebrating 300 years of care for ministers and other church workers. It traces its roots to the Fund for Pious Uses, established by Presbyterians in Philadelphia in 1717. In the early 18th century, hundreds of Presbyterian Scots in Ulster, chafing under…
Enjoy music, a soup lunch and the Peace Light on Wednesday, Dec. 14, from 12:15-1 p.m.
The spring event for the East Region of the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators will be held April 30-May 2, 2018.
The Synod of the Trinity is currently beginning a process to discover and develop a network of leaders within the next generation area of ministry (which covers birth through graduation and even college-age ministry). In our first phase we want to find out more about what is happening in the areas of children’s and youth…
Rev. H. Paul Leap worked for the Synod of the Trinity supporting youth education in the 1960s and ’70s.
What goals do you have while serving as commissioner?: Facilitate communication between and mutual appreciation of presbyteries, synod and GA
When you’re not serving your church, what can you be found doing?: Historical research — mainly architecture and family history
The Carlisle Presbytery’s Strengthening Our Congregations Committee is collecting stories about the ministries of its churches and sharing them through an e-newsletter called “SOCC It to Me.” Click here to read the latest issue, and feel free to share it with your congregation by putting a link to it in your e-newsletter or by sending…