Respond to the famine in South Sudan

From Presbyterian Disaster Assistance Stand with South Sudan Nationwide famine and widespread violence with ethnic targeting in the world’s youngest country is resulting in the quiet death of South Sudan, and we are seeing it covered in very few news stories. The devastation is great. We must act now. Six million of our South Sudanese Continue Reading »

News from PC(USA) 7/25/2017

Attending church is good for your health. Now what? Yonat Shimron | Religion News Service Latest in a long line of studies shows church attendance is good for your health Buckle up, hold on tight, and pray like crazy Eva Stimson | Office of the General Assembly Communications Community outreach sparks new life at Tacoma Continue Reading »

Interfaith leaders hold 23-hour vigil on Capitol Hill

Group voices concerns over senate/house versions of health care act by Rick Jones | Presbyterian News Service Original article posted on the PC(USA) Presbyterian Mission website. LOUISVILLE – For 23 hours, a group of interfaith leaders from a variety of denominations gathered on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol building on Thursday to pray, sing Continue Reading »

POV Assembly: June 15th at Mitchell

The next Assembly will take place at 10:00 am (ET) on Thursday, 6/15/2017 at the Mitchell Presbyterian Church. Registration will begin at 9:00 am (ET). The packet, driving directions, and the minutes from the March 25, 2017 meeting will be available for download from the assembly web page after 4:00pm on June 8th. Online registration for the Assembly is available now. Please let us know if Continue Reading »