Winter CancellationsIt has always been a policy of the Presbytery of Northumberland to cancel events and meetings in the event of inclement weather. We will notify the committee members by email and/or phone call Before traveling to the Presbytery Office or any of the churches call first to confirm any delays or cancellations. During the winter months when preparing your church meetings and events always plan on a snow date.
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Tag Archives: Mission
PDA has a long been a witness to the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by crisis and catastrophic events.
PDA continues to be in touch with presbytery leadership in New Covenant, Mission, and South Louisiana Presbyteries. National Response Teams are being deployed into the affected regions when it is safe to do so.
We will post more information on relief efforts for Hurricane Irma as we receive them.
For more information on how you can give click on the link below –
If your church is talking about planning a mission trip to the affected areas please contact the presbytery office, there may be other individuals or churches who would like to travel with you. firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-368-3906.
Thank you for your continued support and compassion for those in need.
Click on the link on ways you can help at Krislund 2017 MISSION WORK GROUPS AT KRISLUND
Out Of The Darkness…Into The Light
A group of Presbyterian women will travel to the San Francisco Bay Area in California, September 22–30, 2016, for PW’s fourth USA Mission Experience. They will connect concerns raised by past USA Mission Experiences and Global Exchanges with similar issues in the Bay Area. Participants will encounter challenges to God’s promise of a beloved community and witness to the faithful work being done by our sisters in the San Francisco and San Jose presbyteries.
The USA Mission Experience equips women with an understanding of the region’s history and culture, the existing ministry of the church and the challenges faced by local women and children. On this trip, participants will
- learn about human trafficking, domestic violence and immigration issues;
- develop skills to advocate for immigrants and survivors of human trafficking;
- identify resources women can use to help eliminate slavery and domestic violence;
- examine the myths and realities of immigration; and
- explore personal immigration stories.
Applications are due to your PW in the Synod moderator by July 15, 2015. Download an application now!
Presbyterian Youth Triennium July 19-23 2016 – Plan now to attend! watch your emails for more information. If your youth groups are interested in attending contact the Presbytery Office. Consider becoming the an adult delegate for the next Youth Triennium.
At Family Care for Children & Youth, our passion is not just for doing our job, but for doing it well so that children find the stability they need, families are able to provide caring affection, and home is a place that feels safe.
We start by finding families within the community who are ready and willing to provide for children needing loving homes, carefully teaching them the proven techniques, theories and responses so that the children in their care grow strong and able to form positive connections. In this way, our families are able to become successful, creating a home environment where any child can feel safe and wanted.
While we are dedicated to every case and every child, we need all the help we can get! We are always looking for loving families who are ready to take a child into their home. If you or someone you know is willing to help by opening your doors to provide respite, emergency, or permanent care for a child who needs you, then contact us today! We encourage all of our families to always consider adoption as an option for children who cannot return to their families—a plight which has affected the lives of so many children in Pennsylvania.
With five offices located around Pennsylvania, there is a location near you! Call now and see how you can help us change lives, one child at a time.
Hogar Renacer means Home of Rebirth, and it is just that to the children who live there and the friends who visit. One of the projects supported by Asociación Brigadas de Amor Cristiano, Hogar Rencer is in turn supported by churches and individuals from many countries.
Friends of Renacer is an ecumenical support network for the children’s home and the connected the Christian school, which serves the community. We are based in northern central Pennsylvania. Our teams visit and work at Renacer two weeks each summer.
Visit their facebook page to see how this ministry makes a difference in someone’s life.