Member Church News: Immigrants, Issues, Conferences, Courts

Organizers of a call to action at the United States-Mexico border in support of immigrant rights are preparing to welcome several dozen participants from all across the United Church of Christ to the Arizona borderlands August 26-30. The Faithful Witness AT the Border gathering is shaping up as several days of witness, ministry and education.

Presbyterian churches now have a new tool to energize and educate congregations around global issues such as poverty alleviation and climate change. The Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations (PMUN) has produced a new Educational Resource Guide that highlights what the PC(USA) and its global church partners are doing to address the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Calvin Seminary to host commemorative conference on the Synod of Dort in September.

Sharing Stories of Hope: thoughts from the South East Asian Regional Workshop hosted by UnitingWorld and the Protestant Christian Church in Bali from July 22-25, with a focus on Gender Justice Theology.

J. Herbert Nelson, stated clerk of the Presbyterian Church (USA), sends a letter to the president of Colombia denouncing an increase in human rights violations.

A missionary pastor from the Evangelical Protestant Church is in the middle of a court battle in Turkey—and an international dispute.

Luca Negro, president of the Federation of Evangelical Churches in Italy, speaks on a number of subjects in this interview in Spanish.

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