In Advent 2020, Presbyterians across the country are invited to join a denomination-wide book study on Amy-Jill Levine’s Light of the World: A Beginner’s Guide to Advent.
Are you starting a new ministry but worried about its sustainability? This one-day online conference, organized by Cyclical PCC, on October 8 will help you uncover practical ways to strengthen resiliency in a wide scope of areas in order to maintain the sustainability of your new ministry.
Change is the only constant—this is especially true in the current context we live, in which our world is constantly changing and innovating. The PCC’s Transform online course, comprising of four weekly classes, will give you the tools to navigate these changes as you design ministry that transforms lives.
Thanksgiving is coming up soon, and it is the perfect holiday to practice gratitude. Here are some sources with fun ideas for families to celebrate Thanksgiving at home by acknowledging the blessings in their lives and giving thanks to God.
The 2021 PCC Wall Calendar features beautiful photographs of God’s creation, submitted by Presbyterians from across the country, and highlights our God-given mission to care for the environment.
The Rev. Amanda Currie, Moderator of the General Assembly, has developed a full worship service and accompanying video resources for Presbyterians Sharing Sunday 2020 (September 27).
Have questions about copyright for music used during live streamed or pre-recorded worship services? This resource answers frequently asked questions from congregations on using music in online worship.
With many congregations using online media and forums for meetings and activities due to the COVID-19 public health restrictions, those in leadership positions are advised to give special concern to the safety and well-being of children, youth and vulnerable adults in accordance with the PCC's Leading with Care policy.
The latest article in the popular Equipping For... series is now available! This new resource on cybersecurity best practices for churches outlines the key things congregations can do to strengthen their cybersecurity defenses and mitigate the risk of cyberattacks.