Category Archives: Congregational

Northminster Presbyterian in Indianapolis is seeking Christian Education and Youth Ministry Leadership

IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR YOUTH AND CHRISTIAN EDUCATION DIRECTORS

Northminster Presbyterian Church (USA), an Equal Opportunity Employer, in Indianapolis, IN, seeks leadership for its Youth and Christian Education programs. We desire strong initiative, creativity, and enthusiasm to implement programs for children, youth, young adults, and families of all forms in partnership with church leadership.

Responsibilities include: leading the children and youth of the congregation throughout their faith journey, building a foundation and creating a faith community. We anticipate two 20 hour positions, but are open to considering other staffing arrangements.

The successful candidate must have the ability to communicate the Christian faith with our children (babies to 5th grade) and youth (6th – 12th grade) in a way that fosters spiritual growth and service to the community consistent with Northminster’s reformed tradition.

Subject to the direction of the Head Pastor, and in collaboration with the rest of the church staff and leadership, the Director of Youth Services and/or Director of Christian Education will be responsible for the development and implementation of the vision, strategy, and day-to-day elements for all aspects of the youth and/or Christian Education programs at Northminster.

To be considered, please submit a resume or Personal Information Form (PIF) to search@nullnorthminster-indy.org.  We look forward to filling the position(s) promptly.

Reformation Lecture at FPC Bedford

To celebrate the 500th anniversary of Reformation, the Presbyterian Parish of Lawrence County is hosting a lecture.
Where: First Presbyterian Church of Bedford
When: Sunday, December 3rd, 5pm
Speaker: Dr. Kenneth Sawyer, Church History Professor at McCormick Theological Seminary
After the lecture, there will be short Q&A time.  A light refreshment will follow.

Laws Lecture 2017: Senator Richard Lugar

Laws Peacemaking Lecture

Senator Richard Lugar
discusses

Food Security: A Global Peacemaking Work

November 11, 2017 at 4:00pm

First Presbyterian of Columbus, Indiana – 512 7th Street.

Former Senator Richard G. Lugar is the President of The Lugar Center, a non-profit organization focusing on several matters, including global food security. Senator Lugar serves as a Professor at the School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University.

Senator Lugar, a fifth generation Hoosier, was a Rhodes Scholar and served in the U.S. Navy. While serving in the United States Senate, he helped forge the Nunn-Lugar program, which has deactivated thousands of nuclear warheads and led in the work on food security, energy independence and free trade.

This lecture is a free gift to the community & is open to everyone.

Contact brookb@nullfpccolumbus.org for more information.

Invitation to the Installation of Rev. Tamara Recob

Installation Announcement

The Presbytery of Ohio Valley invites you
to attend the installation of

The Reverend Tamara Recob
as Pastor of

Hemenway Memorial Presbyterian Church
124 E Sycamore Street, Boonville, Indiana,
on Sunday, February 19th at 3:00 p.m. (Central)/ 4:00pm (Eastern)
(812) 397-3522

All ministers are invited to vest and wear red stoles.

Madison Presbyterian Church Finds Historic Documents

Historic find sheds light on Indiana church’s past

by Pam Newhouse | Special to Presbyterian News Service

Jill Wiest (left) and Pam Newhouse (right) with the safe at Madison Presbyterian Church. (Photo provided)

MADISON, Ind. – In 2014, a year before Madison Presbyterian Church’s 200th anniversary, Jill Wiest and I volunteered to see what information we could find to enhance the celebration. After looking through many old files we wondered if we had found everything—after all, there are many nooks and crannies in our 1846 church building.

What about that old safe in the small room off the kitchen that had been the pastor’s study in the 1800s? It took a while to find the right key, but eventually we did and opened it. To our satisfaction, it held a treasure trove of documents, letters, and ledgers that told of some of the highs and lows of Madison Presbyterian Church through the years.

Read the remainder of the article on the Presbyterian Mission Agency site.

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