On June 17-28 the World Alliance of Reformed Churches (WARC) and the Reformed Ecumenical Council will combine to form the World Communion of Reformed Churches.
This week the Church sent out to all parishes the latest Presbyterian Church social issues booklet, Parenting Today. We hope the study guide will be a be a catalyst for rethinking what it means to be
Friday 7 May is this year’s Pacific Day of Prayer and the Pacific Conference of Churches has decided to focus the liturgy on the theme of “natural disasters”, in light of the events that have rocked our region in the past few months.
The Presbyterian Church is looking for an individual with a heart for Christian mission to guide the Church’s international mission over the next two years. Want to find out more?
The Church will mark Children’s Day by sending all parishes the new Presbyterian Church “Parenting Today” social issues study guide. The parenting booklet is aimed at taking a realistic look at parenting in NZ today, supporting parents to be the best they can be, and encouraging churches to run parenting courses for their congregations and communities.
Since the Church launched its e-minister to the public on 16 February 2010 there has been considerable positive media coverage.
Begun by a small group of Christian women 150 years ago, to pray for and support women and children in need, the World Day of Prayer has grown to an international movement in 170 countries. This year's worship has been prepared by the women of the Republic of Cameroon. Approximately 300 different churches and meeting places in NZ will use the same worship service on 5 March and all people of all faiths and genders are welcome to attend the services.
Begun in 2003 but little known outside the Church, e-minister has been launched to the New Zealand public, flyers have been distributed nationwide to organisations that offer the wider community information or advice.