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Holdrege PW Needs Help

The Holdrege PW would like to make pillow cases and stuffed animals to give … READ MORE

Confirmation Project

The Confirmation Project seeks to learn the extent to which confirmation … READ MORE



Presbytery Pastoral Care Network 15th Annual Gathering – October 27-30

Presbytery Pastoral Care Network15th Annual Gathering | October 27-30 First … READ MORE

Admins Share Praise of Thanksgiving for Learning Retreat

“This retreat is AWESOME!”  That is one of many compliments that was heard … READ MORE

Lombard Mennonite Peace Center Announces Training in Kansas City

This fall, when the church restarts its education program for everyone, … READ MORE


Devotion by Rev. Kathy Collier, FPC Forney, TX

Cure thy children's warring madness;bend our pride to thy control; shame our wanton, selfish gladness, rich in things and poor in soul. Grant us … READ MORE

Helping Clergy to Overcome Isolation – Conference Invitation

A recent informal conversation with presbytery execs across the Presbyterian Church included the question, "What do you think the major challenge is … READ MORE

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  • U.S. churches feel beat of change: More diversity, more drums September 22, 2014
    September 22, 2014 Religion News Service Cathy Lynn Grossman WASHINGTON U.S. religious congregations are marching to their own drums now more than ever. The National Congregations Study’s latest look at the country’s churches, synagogues and mosques — the third wave of studies that began in 1998 — finds more congregations:
    Presbyterian News Service (Presbyterian Mission Agency)
  • Displaced Iraqis appeal for security and tolerance September 22, 2014
    September 22, 2014 Special to World Council of Churches News Gregg Brekke DOHUK, IRAQ Displaced by the armed offensive of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and their brutal purge of Yazidis and Christians, along with Sufi, Shiite and Sunni Muslims, from northern Iraq, members of these communities have begun to speak out about their experie
    Presbyterian News Service (Presbyterian Mission Agency)
  • ACREC ‘applauds’ General Assembly divestment vote September 22, 2014
    Racial ethnic advocacy panel calls action ‘light onto nations’ September 22, 2014 Presbyterian News Service Jerry L. Van Marter LOUISVILLE The Advocacy Committee for Racial Ethnic Concerns (ACREC) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has issued an open letter to General Assembly Moderator Heath Rada, Stated Clerk Gradye Parsons and Presbyterian Mission Agency
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