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By Mari Graham Evans| Presbyterian News Service Common-sense tips for congregations and individuals during the coronavirus outbreak LOUISVILLE — In light of the global outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, more commonly known as the coronavirus, Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) has released a “Preparedness for Pandemics” guide for congregations. The guide contains valuable, common-sense tips on what […]
Greetings my friends, God is coaxing us into a new decade! So, as we finish up week six, I can’t let another day go by without saying thank you for the opportunity to be your new Presbytery Leader and Stated Clerk. I am humbled and so honored to be in this presbytery and work along […]
Article by Taylor Allen Photographs by Ryan Murtagh As a new semester begins, we college students at UKIRK are already bracing ourselves for what’s to come. So as my Christmas break at home with family started to dwindle to its end, I found myself already overwhelmed by my six new classes I was about to […]
SYNOPSIS OF TRIP TO THE US/MEXICAN BORDER November 8-10, 2019 About 150 people (including 6 representing our Foothills Presbytery) from across the U.S. joined in this event, “Responding to an Exodus: Gospel Hospitality and Empire”, which was sponsored by the Presbyterian Border Region Outreach (PBRO) and Frontera de Cristo, part of PBRO. We spent three […]
This past month over 200 middle school youth from all over the Presbytery came together to worship the Lord at Bonclarken Conference Center in North Carolina.
This past July, I was given the opportunity to go to the Presbyterian Youth Triennium at Purdue University. Going into the week, I had no idea what to expect. The only thing I had heard about Triennium is that it was like Montreat, but it was bigger and better.
by: Laura S. Conrad This past June a group of disciples from Fort Hill Church walked in the footsteps of the Apostle Paul. We traveled from Athens to Corinth, Delphi, the Greek Orthodox monasteries of Meteora, Berea, Philippi, Thessalonica, and onto the island of Crete where Paul’s ship wrecked. Our journey mostly included Paul’s second […]
“We are invited to an inclusive meal that remembers…” By The Rev. Beth Templeton Jesus was a master at sharing meals. He was willing to break conventions which angered those who protected the conventions. He ate with all kinds of people. Indeed, every time we celebrate the Lord’s Supper, we are invited to an inclusive […]