It’s Not About You. It Is About You

Ken Evers-Hood

Ken Evers-Hood, pastor of Tualatin (OR) Presbyterian Church, gave this charge to David Norse at his ordination to the Ministry of Word and Sacrament by the Presbytery of Philadelphia on January 5, 2014: “… This day. What we are doing here. It is about you…and it’s not. And you will spend the rest of your days Feeling wonderfully caught between The two, sometimes not knowing what to do But on your best days trusting that knowing that you don’t know Is the very best place to be To follow after where the one wild spirit is blowing in your ministry”

LGBT Presbyterian Journeys – A CovNet Video

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A gift from the Andrews Foundation made possible this video premiered at the Covenant Network Conference, “Marriage Matters.”

Enjoy, share, and continue the work!

A Season of Welcome- Laurene Lafontaine

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Laurene Lafontaine is pastor-elect of Community Presbyterian Church in Rochester, MN. She will be installed on September 22, 2013 at Community Presbyterian. Read Laurene’s story on A Season of Welcome – http://aseasonofwelcome.org/.

A Season of Welcome- Ken Cuthbertson

Ken Cuthbertson

Ken Cuthbertson is a member-at-large in Santa Fe Presbytery, and a Parish Associate at Las Placitas Presbyterian Church. His book, The Last Presbyterian?, was published in May 2013. Read Ken’s story on A Season of Welcome – http://aseasonofwelcome.org/.

A Season of Welcome – Janet Edwards

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The Rev. Janet Edwards is a member at large in the Pittsburgh Presbytery. Read her story on the Covenant Network’s website dedicated to celebrating the gifts of ordained LGBTQ Presbyterians, A Season of Welcome – http://aseasonofwelcome.org/.

At the Table: A Witness to the Resurrection and in Celebration of the Life of K.C. Ptomey

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The Rev. Dr. K.C. Ptomey, Jr., a former member of the Covenant Network Board, joined the Church Triumphant on May 9, 2013. K.C. was Zbinden Professor of Pastoral Ministry and Leadership at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, having retired as Pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Nashville.
A Service of Witness to the Resurrection was held at Westminster Church on Saturday, May 18. The preachers, Ted Wardlaw and Jon Walton, have graciously granted permission to share their sermons here.