Presbytery News

Presbytery Announces “Town Hall” Meetings

The Presbytery of Central Nebraska invites congregations to attend a “town … READ MORE

Announcing – Annual Session Minute Review Meetings

The Presbytery of Central Nebraska is asking that all clerks mark their … READ MORE

Presbytery Office will be Closed

Due to staff schedules the presbytery office will be closed Wednesday, July … READ MORE

Dr. Scott McCormick, Jr. Services Scheduled for July 8th

Dr. Scott McCormick, Jr., who served as Professor of Religion from … READ MORE

June 27, 2015 Presbytery Meeting Review

Central Nebraska Presbytery met at the First Presbyterian Church, North … READ MORE

Time to Order 2015 – 2017 Book of Order

The presbytery office is now taking orders for the 2015-17 Book of … READ MORE


“Translating Functions Into Positions and People’

I am thankful for the energy and engagement the commissioners to the Presbytery meeting in North Platte last weekend put into the conversations … READ MORE

Supreme Court Decides

Friends, In light of the Supreme Court action June 26 declaring the right of same sex couples to marry to be constitutional, PCUSA Stated Clerk … READ MORE

Presbytery Meetings

March 28, 2015

First Presbyterian ChurchBroken BowRegistration 8:30 a.m.

June 27, 2015

First Presbyterian ChurchNorth Platte Registration 8:30 a.m.

October 24, 2015

First Presbyterian ChurchKearney Registration 8:30 a.m.

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  • South African peacemaker promotes restitution model focusing on housing, education and employment July 28, 2015
    Remnants of apartheid and wealth inequity still cast long shadows over country July 28, 2015 Deon Snyman. Presbyterian News Service Scott O'Neill LOUISVILLE Although a country-wide referendum rejected apartheid as the law of the land in 1994, its injustices live on for many South Africans. Deon Snyman, a minister in South Africa’s Uniting Reforming Church, is also […]
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  • Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) applauds New York City efforts to help fast-food workers July 28, 2015
    Governor’s panel recommends minimum wage be raised to $15 an hour July 28, 2015 Fast-food workers protest in both Los Angeles and New York City to raise wages to $15 an hour. —Courtesy of Food Chain Workers Alliance Presbyterian News Service Rick Jones LOUISVILLE An effort to raise the minimum wage for fast-food workers in New York […]
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  • Ecumenical Institute for the Middle East will train young Christians July 28, 2015
    Focus on unity in diversity, peace building and security for all July 28, 2015 WCC general secretary Olav Fykse Tveit with students, organizers and faculty of the Ecumenical Institute for the Middle East in Beirut, Lebanon. —WSCF – Middle East World Council of Churches BEIRUT, LEBANON A new initiative titled Ecumenical Institute for the Middle East is […]
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