Utah’s Presbyterian churches prepare to welcome attendees to the 226th General Assembly

From gun control to poverty, churches address the needs of their communities.

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(PNS) — The number of Presbyterian churches in Utah may be few, but the ministry taking place in those churches is making an impact. From community gardens to feeding and clothing the homeless, pastors have mobilized congregations to help those in need.

For commissioners, advisory delegates, and others attending the 226th General Assembly in Salt Lake City, there will be opportunities to worship in many of the churches this summer.

By Rick Jones & Randy Hobson, 226th General Assembly