Indianapolis (PNS) The second Big Tent event ― with more than 1,700 Presbyterians in attendance ― kicked off this afternoon (June 30) with a stirring worship service. The event continues through July 2.
CRAIG, Alaska (PNS) When people in this remote southeast Alaska town (population 1,100) ask Aaron Isaacs how long he’s been a Democrat, he invariably replies, “As long as I’ve been a Presbyterian,” meaning as long as he can remember.
Warsaw, Poland (ENI) Churches in one of the world's smallest countries could face financial disaster under government plans to withdraw state subsidies under new legislation, according to a Protestant leader.
Parsons urges Obama to address human rights abuses before proceeding
LOUISVILLE (PNS) The stated clerk of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is adding his voice to those of Presbyterians in the United States and Colombia opposing the passage of the Colombia Free Trade Agreement.
Landon Whitsitt, who is vice-moderator of the 219th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and a pastor from Missouri, has been elected as the new executive and stated clerk of the Synod of Mid-America.
Fellowship PC(USA), the group that in February called the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) “deathly ill” and plans a gathering in August to figure out next steps, has released some updated goals and is urging congregations and individuals to move “carefully and deliberately” in deciding how to proceed.
SALT LAKE CITY (RNS) For decades, the Mormon hierarchy has matched its conservative members’ views on such issues as abortion and same-sex marriage. But now comes an issue that puts them at odds: immigration.