Docket and corresponding paperwork for the Oct. 25-27, 2020, Synod Assembly gathering.
The Synod is offering a new opportunity to consider some of the issues and concerns of our times in light of Martin Luther King’s Beloved Community.
We invite the congregations and presbyteries in the Synod to celebrate the gifts and blessings that take place throughout the year in our bounds.
Webinar outlined specific outreaches that can be done online to connect churches with their communities. Part of the webinar also featured technical aspects that are right for churches of all sizes and budgets, including camera and lighting suggestions.
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.
This webinar explored the five technical components required for live streaming a typical worship gathering.
“(People) are looking for hope, a hope that believes in and sees the possibilities of life and future.”
The mission of Jeremiah’s Place is to protect children and strengthen families by providing a haven of respite during a time of crisis or a childcare emergency.
The Synod’s Governing Commission held a virtual communion service at its March meeting when the gathering was shifted to the Zoom video conferencing program.
These dynamic workshops integrate insights from non-typical sources to take a fresh look at how modern media and messaging is changing how people think and listen, and how to adapt our preaching in the face of these challenges.