First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte, North Carolina, partners with Sun Counseling & Wellness to address the mental health crisis.
Thanks to grants from 1001 New Worshiping Communities and the Presbytery of Arkansas, Central Presbyterian converted an unused daycare into a safe space for the LGBTQ+ community.
The commission's new timeline implements a unified agency on July 1, 2025.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance has been responding to the "human-caused disaster" of gun violence for 24 years.
Retired Stated Clerk J. Herbert Nelson shares the joys and challenges of his seven years in the role. Acting Stated Clerk Bronwen Boswell shares her vision for the next year.
The first step is to identify the key priorities for all three agencies of the Presbyterian Church (USA), A Corporation: the Office of the General Assembly, the Presbyterian Mission Agency, and the Administrative Services Group.
The commission’s first task will be to create a narrative of budget priorities.
The PC(USA) lost another 50,000 members in 2022 but new worshiping communities grew by 20.
The Outlook received eight awards, including honors for their editorial staff, website and news coverage.
“This was not an easy decision, but I feel it is the right one to make for my family and the church in this time of change.”
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