Statements & News
Jul 1, 2015
A hate-inspired tragedy like the murder of nine worshipers at the Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina, causes people of good conscience not only to grieve, but to reassess their attitudes about race, and moves people of all races to come together and take actions that reflect new commitments to heal long-standing wounds in the United States.
Unfortunately, those commitments to reconciliation inflame in some the same racial hatred that motivated the Charleston killings and result in a backlash of further violence. In the last week, at least seven churches with predominantly black membership have been burned ...
Documents & Resources
Dependent Care Reimbursement Policy for Commissioners and Advisory Delegates to the 222nd General Assembly (2016)
Download PDF (85.9 KB) Jun 23, 2015
The Committee on the Office of the General Assembly has approved the following Dependent Care Reimbursement Policy for the upcoming ...
Download PDF (69.8 KB) Jun 23, 2015
The final 2014 membership figures for each presbytery, and (in the right hand column) the number of commissioners the presbytery ...
Download PDF (64.3 MB) Jun 22, 2015
The latest revision is identifiable by the date "June 2015" and "Release 2.0" on the cover and copyright pages. The ...
Download PDF (401.6 KB) Jun 19, 2015
2015 Polity Conference and Fall Meetings Schedule (draft).
Download PDF (171.8 KB) Jun 15, 2015
For world refugee day on June 20th, refugee advocacy week June 29th-July 2nd, and beyond, the PCUSA Office of Immigration ...
Download PDF (193.5 KB) May 20, 2015
Based on comments, questions, and observations by the Educator Certification Committee, brush up on some of the expectations of an ...
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