Beginning in June 1807 with the founding of First African Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, African-Americans have been a presence — not always a welcomed presence — but a presence nonetheless within the Synod.
The Presbyterian Women of the Synod of the Trinity will hold its annual Women’s Retreat from Thursday, June 15, through Saturday, June 17, at the Blair County Convention Center in Altoona, PA.
Through four hybrid courses, concurrent fieldwork, a coaching relationship and an integrative final portfolio, students must complete 18 hours of coursework for this certificate.
Community United Presbyterian Church (New Alexandria, PA) and First African Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia) were awarded Heritage Preservation Grants from the Presbyterian Historical Society.
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Beginning in 2017, Camp Donegal and Krislund Camp and Conference Center will enter a partnership for shared summer camp ministry.
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.
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.