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December 20, 2022
Save the date! We’re kicking off our 2023 program season with our annual Confirmation Retreat, open to youth in grades 6 – 12 and their mentors. This retreat focuses on building strong bonds between youth and their mentors, as well as helping confirmands learn the tools they will need on a lifelong journey of faith. This year’s Continue Reading »

December 20, 2022
Six weeks of communal learning this January and February NEXT Church is offering a six-week training and conversation Learning Circle focused on antiracism during January and February 2023.  Each circle is curated with similar content while creating space focused on a specific context or lived experience. Learning circles will unpack the six values upholding white Continue Reading »

October 19, 2022
“GIVE THANKS AND REJOICE!” Presbytery of Ohio Valley Presbyterian Women Fall Gathering When: Saturday, November 12, 2022 The Program Begins 1:00 pm EDT, 12:00 pm CDT Where: McCormick’s Creek State Park in Spencer, IN The Canyon Inn: Sycamore Room Special Performance by: MUSIC MAKERS OF MONROE COUNTY Thank Offerings and Least Coin Offerings will be Continue Reading »

August 31, 2022
You are invited to join in a free 4-part program called Faith and the Climate Crisis. It will be offered on Zoom on four consecutive Sundays, October 2-23, 2022, 4:00-5:15 pm EDT. This is an introductory class, and we encourage several members of the same congregation to register together...

June 1, 2022
First Presbyterian Church of Uvalde, Texas, holds a moving hybrid prayer service by Mike Ferguson | Presbyterian News Service LOUISVILLE — More than 200 people gathered online along with members and friends of First Presbyterian Church of Uvalde, Texas, Wednesday evening for a moving and powerful prayer service on the day following the shootings at Robb Continue Reading »

May 11, 2022
Read about Board of Pensions benefit information for 2022 here: For more detailed information, go to the Board of Pensions website at 

March 7, 2022
The current Russian invasion that started on February 24 follows eight years of conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Hundreds of thousands of people across the country are enduring bombings and assault by Russian military forces; and have lost power, been cut off from water and fuel. Read more...

February 22, 2022
Original article here: New ‘PYT Beyond’ will now be before rather than after the 2025 Triennium, with time to dig deep into the Mathew 25 theme by Paul Seebeck | Presbyterian News Service LOUISVILLE — Because of the ongoing pandemic, the 2022 Presbyterian Youth Triennium, which had been scheduled for July 24-27 in Indianapolis, Indiana, has Continue Reading »

February 22, 2022
Applications for Smock Foundation grants will now be accepted through an online form hosted on the website of the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne...

February 3, 2022
The Prayer Partners chart for the year and information for the month of February are now available!

September 2, 2021
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance seeks to bring hope and healing after the Category 4 storm. You can help by Rich Copley | Presbyterian News Service Original Article Here And hope does not disappoint us, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit that has been given to us. — Romans 5:5 Continue Reading »

September 2, 2021
The scale of the disaster facing Haiti after the Aug. 14 earthquake is becoming clearer. The quake and its aftershocks have left almost 1,500 people dead, thousands more injured and an unknown number of people are still missing. At least 13,000 homes were destroyed, and roads, bridges and communication systems have been severely damaged. This Continue Reading »

July 29, 2021
Starting on Sunday, August 1, you are invited to attend “Creation Care Buffet:  Come to the Table” which is the Presbyterians for Earth Care’s online national conference on Sundays, August 1, 8 and 15. Worship and Bible study will be from 4:30 pm EDT – 6:00 p.m. EDT, followed by a dinner break, with workshops from 7:00 p.m. Continue Reading »

June 17, 2021
Participants in the Retirement Savings Plan of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) are invited to a 30-minute, virtual presentation filled with tips and a quick tour of NetBenefits, your online retirement resource from Fidelity Investments (Retirement Savings Plan recordkeeper).

June 17, 2021
Faith communities are called to be in relationship with one another. Growing a mutual connection in a friendship involves BOTH people sharing interests, values, thoughts, opinions, gifts, and wisdom. This can be a challenge when developing a friendship with someone who does not primarily communicate through speech and has an intellectual/developmental disability or is neurodivergent.

June 17, 2021
PC(USA) ruling elders and deacons have responsibilities as leaders in Christ’s church. Whether you serve as a moderator or as a participant, your call will involve meetings conducted by parliamentary procedure – usually Robert’s Rules of Order. Most Presbyterians have learned about parliamentary procedure through observation during meetings; during this Year of Leader Formation webinar, you can expect to learn more about the theological connections between parliamentary procedure and our Book of Order and gain skills to help you participate more confidently and effectively. You will have an opportunity during the registration process to name questions you would like to see addressed.

April 1, 2021
Stewardship Kaleidoscope will be in Cincinnati, Ohio September 13 – 15, 2021 and online. There are multiple ways for you to participate this year, as the ability to travel and be together continues to evolve. For those attending in-person there will be over 20 workshops to choose from. Virtual attendees will join for plenary sessions, Continue Reading »

March 15, 2021
Stone Belt Arc Presents: Creative Strategies for Inclusive Digital Worship Time: Apr 22, 2021 02:00 PM (ET) As pastor of a church where people with and without intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities lead and participate together, Rev. Dr. Bethany McKinney Fox has had the opportunity to lead an ability-inclusive community every week over Zoom during Continue Reading »

March 15, 2021
You are invited to participate in a free 4-part virtual Sunday School program on the Climate Crisis. We hope this opportunity will engage hearts, minds and spirits in recognizing the urgency of the climate crisis, and will inspire individuals and congregations to take action to address this crisis. (Click to view and download a flyer) Continue Reading »

March 11, 2021
Pyoca staff are working hard to ensure a safe return to summer camp programs this year. Please check out the Pyoca website for regular updates. When does summer camp registration open? Camp registration opens Monday, February 8th. Click here to set up or update your account in the registration portal. My church registers our children and youth for camp, rather than parents Continue Reading »

March 11, 2021
Mid KY Presbytery is again collecting items to be used in making Hygiene Kits for Presbyterian Disaster Assistance. These kits are distributed to persons adversely affected by natural disaster. Each kits contains 1 comb, 1 bar of soap, 1 hand towel, 1 washcloth, 1 nail clipper, 1 toothbrush and 10 bandaids. Due to Covid they Continue Reading »

March 11, 2021
In-Person Conference Dates: Week 1: June 20 – 25, 2021 Week 2: June 27 – July 2, 2021 Online Conference Dates: June 27 – July 2, 2021   This year, the conference theme is Gathered in My Name, and fitting with the name, the association is pleased to offer BOTH in-person AND online options for attending Continue Reading »

February 5, 2021
Updated: 02/05/2021 Council Guidance on In-Person Worship 2.5.2021 – Click Here All Presbytery Council guidance is collected here. Resources for Congregations may be found here. Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources for Congregations and Members The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) have compiled a series of resources for congregational leaders and members. It’s available here: COVID-19 Legislation Overview: A Guide for Presbyterian Churches and Continue Reading »