The 2022 edition of the PCC Wall Calendar features the incredible artwork of Presbyterians from across the country, including paintings, quilts, photography, pulpit falls, and so much more. Congregations can order print copies of the 2022 wall calendar today at a cost of $4 each.
Legacy Sunday is November 21, 2021. Worship resources for congregations to use include a full worship service, videos of the sermon and children’s story, and PowerPoint slides.
The 2021 General Assembly appointed a Special Committee to prepare a Confession to LGBTQI people for harms done within the church. The committee has been meeting regularly and are pleased to share the following interim report on their work.
Advent liturgies for 2021 are now available from Presbyterian World Service & Development. Celebrate the birth of Christ with liturgies that each feature an inspiring story of how hope, peace, joy and love prevail, even in the face of poverty, injustice and disaster.
In 2021, the General Assembly adopted two parallel definitions of marriage. Since it is the Session that is responsible for all policy and procedure matters, subject to presbytery oversight, it is the Session that decides whether the church will host same-sex weddings.
Travelling Mary and Joseph: An Advent Activity for the Whole Congregation is a resource created by the Rev. Charmila Ireland to provide the steps to celebrate “Los Posadas” in congregations and with families this year.
As concerns over the transmission of COVID-19 continue, it is essential that ministers and other staff who wish to fulfill pastoral responsibilities in hospitals, long-term care homes and even the homes of parishioners, do all they can to ensure their ministry is carried out as safely as possible.
Learning Your Way into Missional Ministry: A “Design Thinking” Guide Now Available for Congregations
Learning Your Way Into Missional Ministry is a guide created by the Rev. Peter Coutts to help congregations seeking new ways to live out their missional calling explore the process of “Design Thinking”—a process that helps learners think outside the box with the help of others.