Support the emergency response and recovery from Hurricane Florence

God is our refuge and strength Therefore, we will not fear … though the waters roar and foam, though the mountains tremble. —Psalm 46 Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) urges your support for those affected by Hurricane Florence. PDA is delivering immediate aid to those impacted by the storm on the Eastern Seaboard of the United Continue Reading »

Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico continue long road to recovery one year after hurricanes

Rebuilding process is slow, but resilience is strong by Rick Jones | Presbyterian News Service LOUISVILLE — It’s been a year since a trio of hurricanes wreaked havoc on Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, leaving a path of destruction, major power outages and many people without homes. Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria in quick succession, Continue Reading »

Dr. Katie Cannon Scholarship

Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon, 1950—2018 The Presbyterian Mission Agency has created a scholarship fund to honor the name and legacy of the late Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon, a pioneer and legend in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). The Women’s Ministry Fund (E049991) supports Presbyterian women of color, clergywomen, college women, and other women with Continue Reading »

Presbytery Boundary Training

The Presbytery of Ohio Valley is offering two identical opportunities for Boundary Training Monday, October 1 – Indiana Presbyterian Church, Vincennes Tuesday, October 2 – Mitchell Presbyterian Church 10:00am — 3:00pm (lunch will be provided) Boundary training is required for all minister members of the presbytery ruling elders commissioned to pastoral service certified christian educators and certified associate christian Continue Reading »

General Assembly News from PC(USA)

For news from the 223rd General Assembly taking place in St. Louis from June 16–23, please click on the link below: General Assembly News How decisions get made at General Assembly By Jerry Van Marter | Presbyterians Today This summer’s 223rd General Assembly will be my 41st. My first was in Portland, Oregon, in 1967 when, Continue Reading »

Float the Boat-a-thon

Today (6/5/2018) is the day, Pyoca is hosting a micro-campaign to fund new kayaks and paddle boats for our waterfront just in time for summer campers to arrive. Our goal is to raise $5000 while our summer staffers canoe down the White River. Be sure to follow their Boat-a-thon progress on our Facebook and Instagram Continue Reading »