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We strengthen and grow the congregations of the Presbytery by providing guidance and resources for their ministries and by encouraging partnerships.
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Latest Blog Posts
  • Introducing Cindy's Co-Moderator Travelogue

    Moving forward, a regular feature on this blog will be highlights from Cindy Kohlmann's travels as Co-Moderator of the 223rd General Assembly.
  • Easter Sunrise Service

    Roxbury Presbyterian and Fourth Presbyterian led an Easter sunrise service with participation from across the Presbytery.
  • 7 Marks of Vital Congregations

    A preview of the 7 marks of vital congregations we will cover with the guidance of Rev. Dr. Kathryn Threadgill during our May 2-4 retreat.
  • Vital Congregations Retreat - Rev. Dr. Kathryn Threadgill

    Rev. Dr. Kathryn Threadgill, Director of Vital Congregations for the Presbyterian Mission Agency, will lead us through the key resources related to the Vital Congregations initiative during our May 2-...
  • Vital Congregations Retreat - Rev. Nikki Collins

    Rev. Nikki Collins will be present at the Vital Congregations Retreat to give us a report on the 1001 New Worshiping Communities movement and meet with new worshiping community leaders in our area.
  • PC(U.S.A)'s Sixth Big Tent

    The date and location for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A)'s sixth Big Tent are confirmed.
  • Adapting

    A little reflection on my recent experience of adapting to change.
  • Naming Our Markers

    How do we remember the significant events in our lives and in our ministries? What do we lift up as most important when we look back? A story from Exodus offers what I believe is a cautionary tale.
  • GA222: Day 8

    Each General Assembly has a feel to it, and an overall sense purpose. I heard several people say that GA222 was the social justice assembly.
  • GA222: Day 7

    This historic assembly is still in session and the actions taken, hopes shared, and commitments formed will resonate for decades to come.