Report to Presbytery Assembly: June 13, 2020

It’s of no surprise that the past several months have been demanding of pastors and congregations.  The churches in the Presbytery (and all over the USA) suddenly had to move from in-person worship to virtual worship.  Those who attended ‘regular’ services could no longer meet in person.  Now they met

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HPCC Raises Presbytery Minimums for Full-Time Pastoral Relationships

Each year PCUSAers determine what is needed for a pastor to live in the bounds of our presbytery.  It considers the cost of housing, the needs of family and friends and the compensation that recognizes a pastors training and commitment.  This year the commission that oversees pastoral relationships recommends an

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The 224th General Assembly Gets Off To a

The technology worked just fine.  The issues were just too-close-to-call to do it all on a three-hour internet-enabled call and a second meeting had to be scheduled for Saturday night to elect the co-moderators. With an impressive array of support some 700 commissioners, advisory delegates, and corresponding members gathered on

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Vital Signs UPDate For June 2020

Eight months ago, Riverside Presbytery invited me to become Coordinator of the Vital Congregations Initiative. I have loved doing this work. And I am still learning about VCI as well as the ways that God is working through YOU. I am excited that we have nine churches working their way

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The children of God need to be cared for, no matter their lot in life. As servants of Christ, we are called to shelter them, nurture them, and provide spiritual fellowship to them.

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The Divine Truth is available for all, but it is through interaction with it, discussion about it, and practical application of it that our lives are made whole through God.

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