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News Flash: Court issues order in First Presbyterian Houston case

Judge Wesley Ward of the Harris County District a Court issued a Temporary Injunction on behalf of FPC Houston, blocking the Presbytery of New Covenant from taking any action…

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Highland Park reaches property litigation settlement with Grace Presbytery

Letter from the session of Highland Park Presbyterian Church Dear HPPC Family,After much deliberation and prayer, last night HPPC’s elders, trustees and pastors unanimously approved the settlement agreement…

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University Presbyterian, in Sacramento: Learning the difference between EPC and PCUSA?

By Viola Larson, Naming His Grace blog Rev. Bob Azzarito is the new pastor at University Presbyterian Church (USA), a group nested in Fremont Presbyterian Church, an Evangelical…

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Presbyteries prepare to vote on GA approved constitutional amendments

Presbyterian Church (USA) presbyteries will soon start voting on seven proposed amendments to the denomination’s Book of Order and one addition to its Book of Confessions. All eight…

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PCUSA Washington office needs lesson on U.S. Constitution

I learned in seventh grade civics that according to Article V there are only two ways to amend the Constitution of the United States. The first method is…

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PCUSA decline continues theologically, numerically

From the AFA Journal, Sept., 2014 The Presbyterian Church (USA) has made a decision that may prove to be the final blow to the PCUSA denomination. On July…

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The Fellowship Community is introduced

DALLAS, Texas — Addressing the speculation that the newly formed Fellowship Community was merely a way to keep Presbyterians for Renewal (PFR) going, Paul Detterman said, “No, not…

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An order of Presbyterian Abbots? … and Costellos? – (updated)

Yes, I’ve already heard the joke: “An order of Abbots? What about an order of Costellos? What we really need is some comic relief!” But the creation of…

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Congregation, presbytery reach settlement to avoid litigation

A Pennsylvania congregation and its former governing body reached a settlement that allowed the church to be dismissed to another denomination without going to court for a civil…

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Woodbury, St. Stephen congregations released by Central Florida Presbytery

Two Orlando area congregations have been granted dismissal from the Presbyterian Church (USA). During the June 3 meeting of Central Florida Presbytery, Woodbury Presbyterian Church and St. Stephen…

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