Lehigh Presbytery following Jack Ferlino’s lead to help Ukrainian refugees
“God is not in the war. God is not in the evil that is taking place. God is in those who are offering the care.”
Partnership Grant is music to Huntingdon Presbytery’s ears
Huntingdon Presbytery is creating a songbook for use in pastoral ministry across the presbytery and synod.
Good Friday, 2022
“The Child who freely and eternally chose to suffer did so out of a love that we can, perhaps, only imagine.”
Bream Memorial Church’s outreach program offers showers, healthcare and much more
“They’re (the homeless) making it into a community of their own.”
Mission trip gives volunteers ‘opportunity to be hands and feet of Christ’
Volunteers from three Presbyterian neighboring churches traveled to Kentucky to assist in cleanup following a tornado.
Ukraine war ‘not rational’ for PCUSA co-worker Ellen Smith
“At this point we need prayer and the funding to help the partners who are doing the work.”
Presbytery of Philadelphia Executive Presbyter Ruth Santana-Grace to stand as co-moderator for 2022 General Assembly
Presbytery unanimously backs leader’s intentions to stand for moderator or co-moderator of 225th GA.
Ukraine war hits close to home for the Rev. Dr. John Burgess
“It really hits me personally. It’s friends but it’s also my own investment, my own love and care for Christians in that part of the world.”
At First Church of Pittsburgh, war in Ukraine is ‘very personal’
“We care for these people, we want to see them safe.”
Old Union Church’s mission trips are ‘not about the house’
“We’re there to do quality work, but our job is to be there for the people.”