Protect Your House of Worship With Free Resources

The Department of Homeland Security Center for Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnerships (DHS Center) partners with interagency and whole community partners to offers numerous resources to assist faith-based and community organizations with their efforts to prepare for all types of hazards, whether natural or man-made. Technical assistance is provided through presentations, workshops, training, webinars, tabletop exercises, […]

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The Thrive Project

We believe God is calling the Church to thrive in the 21st Century with: Courage, conviction, and a commitment to faithful discipleship Prayerful discernment of our calling as churches Reliance upon Scripture Persistence – bold, enacted faith Honest assessment of our gifts and community need Resilience in struggle Pursuit of reconciliation Hopefulness in change The […]

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A Chaplain’s Compassion

UChicagoMag Pickens essay

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Thinking Theologically about the Anthropocene

April 8, 2018 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church Activity Building 1200 N. Campbell, Tucson by  William P. Brown William Marcellus McPheeters Professor of Old Testament Columbia Theological Seminary The Anthropocene has been proposed as our new geological epoch, surpassing the Holocene.   It acknowledges that the human species is irreversibly changing the […]

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A Night of Hope- Frontera de Cristo fundraiser

Frontera de Cristo’s 2018 Capital Campaign Kickoff Saturday, March 10 5-7 p.m. Northminster Presbyterian $25 per person (200 per table of ten) Silent Auction Dinner and Program Hand Crafted Tamales to order and take home! RSVP for the event

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A Good Day for the Blues- THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

The Blues are all over the Bible. Austin College ACtivators will be at Orangewood Presbyterian Church March 2-4, 2018 To help you find your funky bone and learn how to let in the Blues when they come knocking. If your parents ask, tell them we’ll be talking about Genesis 3, 37, & 39, Psalm 22, […]

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Funeral for Georgia Ann Chavez

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Godspell comes to St. Mark’s

On behalf of our Director of Music, I’d like to give you a “heads-up” about an event being held at St. Mark’s in February that may be of interest to those in your congregations involved in music and youth ministry. On Saturday, February 17, at 7:00PM, we will be hosting a musical production of Godspell! Middle and high […]

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Congregational Revitalization Pilot Program

This year we will launch a congregational revitalization program! We have been invited by the Evangelism and Congregational Revitalization team of General Assembly to participate in a pilot project on helping congregations seek revitalization. We will launch August 23, with congregational registrations sought beginning after Easter. To prepare ourselves for this immersive conversation and experience, […]

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Presbytery-wide Shoe Drive “Kicks” Off

Whether you know it or not, there are people in your community of faith who are having a hard time making a go of it.  And when you look beyond your own congregation, there are scores of families struggling to provide food, shelter and clothing for their children.  The Presbyteries of Grand Canyon and de […]

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