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Tips for Streaming & Recording Virtual Worship

Tips for Streaming & Recording Virtual Worship

Following Monday's vote by the Grace Presbytery Council, recommending suspension of all in-person business and in-person worship (heeding COVID-19 protocol) a team of presbytery church communicators is now meeting virtually via Zoom on a regular basis. Our goal is to...

Presbytery Leadership makes COVID-19 Recommendations

Presbytery Leadership makes COVID-19 Recommendations

On Monday, March 16, Grace Presbytery Council voted unanimously to pass the following motions, including official recommendations to our congregations, in an effort to slow the rate of COVID-19 infection and keep our churches as safe as possible....

Motions Under Consideration

Motions Under Consideration

An update from Interim General Presbyter, Rev. Michael Thompson. Friends, Several of you have inquired about Grace Presbytery offering a more specific response and recommendations on dealing with the escalating cases of COVID-19 in the United States. Our Presbytery...

Additional Covid-19 Resources

Additional Covid-19 Resources

In an effort to continue to resource our congregations during the Covid-19 outbreak in the United States, below you will find information sourced by Mid-Council Relations, Office of the General Assembly; the Presbyterian Foundation; and Presbyterian Church (USA)....

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Precautions for Congregations

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Precautions for Congregations

Grace Presbytery is available to help your congregation craft messaging surrounding recommended practices for worship during the Covid-19 outbreak.  Presbyterian Church (USA) and the Office of General Assembly also have online resources available via the Presbyterian...

Discerning our Direction

Discerning our Direction

For the season of Lent, I’ve been reading the book of Ecclesiastes. No one knows who actually wrote it. My Old Testament professor said it was a burned-out preacher. We don’t even know how it got into the cannon of Scripture. It doesn’t contain the usual themes of sin...

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