Presbyteries vote for better translation, clearer standards

The Covenant Network rejoices in the approval of a new translation of the Heidelberg Catechism for the Book of Confessions. It also is thankful for the defeat of Amendment 12-B, which would have added unnecessary language to the ordination standards newly approved in 2011.

Co-Moderators’ Statement on Actions of the 220th GA

For many years, votes on ordination standards have been a focal point for General Assemblies.  We are gratified that, this year, the progress accomplished through Amendment 10-A has been strongly ratified with little drama.  We are grateful for the pastoral statement issued by the 220th GA, which reminds the church that Presbyterians hold different views of Scriptural […]

Covenant Network Goals for the 220th General Assembly

Remarks by National Organizer Tricia Dykers Koenig to the Covenant Network Luncheon, Monday, July 2, 2012: No turning back!

The Business of the 220th GA: Keep Moving Forward!

Removing G-6.0106b and other impediments to the ordained service of LGBT Presbyterians, and upholding the unity of the church:  from our founding in 1997, these two goals have been the focus of the Covenant Network of Presbyterians, and these two goals will again guide our approach to the issues being considered by the 220th General […]

CovNet at the 220th GA

As always, the Covenant Network will have a robust presence when the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) meets in General Assembly in Pittsburgh this summer. Join us for the Commissioners’ Convocation Dinner on Friday and the Luncheon on Monday.

And as you anticipate General Assembly this summer, join us in praying for the Moderator of the 219th GA (2010), Ruling Elder Cindy Bolbach.

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