Tag Archives: PCUSA
This past weekend I had the chance to speak to the Seattle Presbytery as part of their Presbyfest event for laity, deacons, ruling and teaching elders. Needless to say, the conversations from the Fellowship meeting in Orlando and the formation of the Evangelical Covenant Order (ECO) was weighing on people. I wrote a bit about the recent discussions in a previous blog posting, but at this event … There’s more to read here.
We had quite a snowfall in the area in which I live here in the Pacific Northwest. As with most big snowfalls, the compounding of millions of tiny snowfalls over time, layer upon layer, becomes a bit of a mess to navigate. The pathways we had established are erased from sight, the layering of snow and cold becomes compacted ice below the surface that can send you sliding into a … There’s more to read here.
This past week I have been fortunate to be with a group of good friends of pastors, elders, and professors through a program called the Re-Forming ministry project through the PCUSA. We have had some rich, at times challenging, and ultimately humbling and unifying discussions. Through breaking bread together, laughing together, at times weeping together, and worshiping God together, strangers have become friends and these friendships are changing the way we … There’s more to read here.
Through the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit, we trust in the one triune God, the Holy One of Israel, whom alone we worship and serve.
My denomination – the PC(USA) – includes more than two million people who worship in over 10,000 congregations throughout the United States. These are people who love God in a myriad of ways, … There’s more to read here.