The shape of the story is familiar: in 2021, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) continued to lose members (as it has done for..
Full steam ahead. A COVID advisory team has given a thumbs up – at least for now – for plans to move..
It began as a discussion on small details: what comments the Committee on the Office of the General Assembly (COGA) should make..
Here’s a preliminary, draft recommendation: That the General Assembly set its per capita rate for the next two years at $9.75 per..
One piece of business coming to the 2022 General Assembly this summer: approval of new budgets for PC(USA) agencies for 2023 and..
Now that much of the business slated for the 2022 General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has been submitted, this is..
Looking ahead to the work of the next two years, the board of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), A Corporation has approved budgets..
Now it’s two. A second team has announced they will stand for election as co-moderators of the 2022 General Assembly: Shavon Starling-Louis..
Finally. After a long period with a blank slate, a team of candidates has emerged to stand for co-moderators of the 2022..
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