On Saturday, February 25, Grace Presbytery voted on seven overtures. Of the seven overtures, the Presbytery decided to send five overtures to the upcoming 220th General Assembly for its consideration. Click here to read the full motions and rationales. Overture #1 from First Presbyterian Church in Arlington – The overture amends F-1.01to align it with the […]

 

“The Complexities of Paralysis” – Mark 2:1- (Healing of the Paralytic) by Janet M. DeVries, General Presbyter It started out as a small “welcome home” party for Jesus, likely held in the home of Peter and Andrew in Capernaum. But one neighbor told another, and then another, and soon the size of the group overran […]

 

At the February 25th Presbytery Meeting at NorthPark Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Lisa Juica, a candidate of Grace Presbytery and First Presbyterian Church, Mabank, was examined and approved by the Presbytery to be received and enrolled as member of Grace Presbytery, pending ordination. Also, the presbytery received and welcomed the following teaching elders from other […]

 

The following people were approved at the February 25th Presbytery Meeting to serve Grace Presbytery on the following committees and commissions: Administrative Commission on Property Class of 2014 Nicole Bates, Teaching Elder (Preston Hollow, Dallas) Board of Trustees Class of 2014 Jack Moore, Ruling Elder (First, Longview) Steve Plunkett, Teaching Elder (St. Andrew, Denton) Church […]

 

The Rev. Dr. Ronnie Holloman is the newest member of the Grace Presbytery staff. Holloman has been hired as Senior Director of Ministry and Church Transitions. He was introduced at the February 25th Presbytery Meeting at NorthPark Presbyterian Church in Dallas. “In December, a search committee was appointed to fill an essentially new position – […]

 

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“1-2-3-4” and “Feed-the-child-ren” could be heard on Saturday afternoon at Senior High Youth Connection (SHYC). The chanting helped with timing in SHYC’s mission project. Working in three shifts, the 587 youth and adults were creating packets of rice casserole that feeds six people. The goal for the mission project was to create 40,000 meals and […]