Statements & News
Oct 19, 2016
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that one in three women experience physical or sexual violence, most likely from an intimate partner. But a movement of churches and other groups around the world is committed to changing that troubling statistic.
Speaking at a lunchtime gathering at the Presbyterian Center in Louisville on October 18, Dr. Fulata Mbano-Moyo, an organizer of “Thursdays in Black: Towards a World without Rape and Violence,” encouraged United States Presbyterians to add their support to this growing movement. Moyo, who is programme executive for Women in Church and Society with the World Council of Churches (WCC), urged listeners to wear black on Thursdays as a sign of resistance to violence against women and girls.
Documents & Resources
Download PDF (154.8 KB) Oct 21, 2016
2016 Polity Conference Schedule - Revised October 20, 2016
Download PDF (115.0 KB) Oct 21, 2016
Schedule for the 2016 Moderators Conference, October 28-29, 2016 in Louisville, KY.
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This document includes a list of the Way Forward Commission team members with short biographical information.
Download PDF (88.9 KB) Oct 3, 2016
This document includes a list of the 2020 Vision Team members with short biographical information.
Download PDF (24.5 MB) Sep 28, 2016
PART I - JOURNAL Published by the Office of the General Assembly100 Witherspoon StreetLouisville, KY 40202-1396 CONTENTS SECTION ONE Proceedings of ...
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To become connected to an Education Certification Advisor in your presbytery or a surrounding presbytery, if necessary, use this presbytery map and ...