Remembering Cynthia Bolbach

The church rightly remembers today with joy and gratitude the ministry of our sister and friend Cindy Bolbach. As Moderator of the 219th General Assembly (2010), Cindy modeled the grace and dignity of the office, carrying out every formal appearance and informal conversation with her characteristic creativity and wit. All her service was rooted in […]

Welcoming the Amended Book of Order

While the deadline for reporting results to the Stated Clerk is July 10 – one year from the adjournment of the 219th General Assembly, which sent them to the presbyteries, and the same day that amendments to the Book of Order go into effect – all the proposed amendments have already received approval from a majority of the […]

PCUSA Leaders Address the Church on the Approval of Amendment 10-A

“It is Jesus Christ who calls individuals to ordained ministries, and all those who are called to ordained office continue to acknowledge Jesus as Lord of all and Head of the church. It is this same Jesus Christ who is the foundation of our faith and to whom we cling.”

Reformation is never easy, unanimous, or noncontroversial

David Colby has provided some historical perspective on the difficulty of change in the church, in an article for The Presbyterian Outlook, “Reformation is never easy, unanimous, or noncontroversial.”

Why You Should Vote For Amendment 10-A

The Presbytery of Donegal invited Covenant Network National Organizer Tricia Dykers Koenig to give the presentation in favor of Amendment 10-A during a forum at their January meeting.

Standing by the Promises

Elder Signe Bell, speaking to New Castle Presbytery prior to their vote to approve Amendment 10-A, reminded Presbyterians of the promises made to all the baptized.