On Oct. 30, the Presbyterian Office of Public Witness (OPW) issued a statement calling for a ceasefire in Israel/Palestine. "Political leaders declare war, civilians pay the price," it says.
After a summer of interviews, discernment, and prayer, Presbyterian Peace Fellowship introduces Rev. Dr. Laurie Lyter Bright as their new executive director.
A summary of the fall meeting of the Board of Pensions' board of directors.
‘It’s taking that culture of death and repurposing it for the sake of life, telling this very long story of resistance to that white supremacist culture,’ said the Rev. Isaac Collins, a Methodist minister who attended the melting.
After a comprehensive national search, Angela Duffy has been selected as President & CEO of New Covenant Trust Co., a subsidiary of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Foundation.
The synod on synodality gets the ball rolling on the question of female clergy, but the final decision will be up to Pope Francis.
Presbyterian Mission Agency's "A Sowing of Peace in Ukraine" offers multi-generational resources for churches to deepen their connection with Ukrainians.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby spoke as news emerged of a deadly rocket attack on al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza, run by the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.
Teri McDowell Ott speaks to Doug Dicks, the PC(USA) regional liaison to Israel, Palestine and Jordan.
Walton underscored urgency in making theological education more accessible and inclusive in his inaugural address.
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