LOUISVILLE (PNS) William P. Lytle, a staunch supporter of Presbyterian reunion who served as moderator of the General Assembly of the former United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America (UPCUSA) in 1978 — five years before it combined with the Presbyterian Church in the United States to form the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) — died May 27 in Los Gatos, Calif., after a lengthy illness. He was 87.
LOUISVILLE Two conservative PC(USA) groups have announced an agreement to share the services of the evangelical leader Paul Detterman. In addition to his duties as executive director of Presbyterians for Renewal (PFR), Detterman will also serve as administrative consultant for Fellowship PC(USA) for at least one year.
Geneva (ENI) United Nations relief agencies launched global emergency appeals today seeking new aid funds to help 10 million people, including 2 million severely malnourished children, in countries in the
Before the lights were barely out from Big Tent 2011, that’s the kind of complex question denominational leaders began digging into – in a quick, less than 24-hour confab held at a particularly delicate time in the denomination’s life.
Indianapolis (PNS) Many of the models of how we organize the church are dying, said the Rev. Susan Andrews, former General Assembly moderator and executive presbyter for Hudson River Presbytery, introducing a panel of innovative church leaders July 1 at the Healthy Ministry Conference opening luncheon here at the Big Tent.