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Presbyterian Church US-Home - Presbyterian Church US Search ... Contact Us Home Church Directory Statement of Faith Eternal Life Live Radio Web Cast Pastors of Note Ministires LInks Presbyterian Church US Save Thank you for visiting our site. Our site is here to help you find a Presbyterian Church to worship in, whether it is for a new church home, or because you are looking for a place to worship while you are away. An extensive directory is located via the "Church Directory" tab at the top of this page. Just as there are many different denominations with different names (Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist, etc.) there are actually many totally different Presbyterian denominations which are not related or connected to each other. This is true both nationally and internationally. We are going to focus on some of them in the United States, hence the end our name (.US). To the right are links to most of these Presbyterian denomination's websites. If you are unable to make it to a church on Sunday morning, check out one of the live webcasts from the "Web Cast" link at the top of this page. All day, every day, al live radio broadcast can encourage you through teaching and music from the "Live Radio" link. Occasionally we will post other articles of interest such as Christian movies and items of interest for our walk through life. Click on the title, the image associated with the article, or the "read more' link to see the full articles. Be sure to check out the parachurch ministries featured on our "Ministries" tab. They are being used by the Lord in a variety of ways. No church or organization seen this website has paid anything to be on this site. Since inception back in 2014, this project has been entirely self-funded. I was just this July that the ability to donate to this cause was added. Any contribution you feel led to make to defray this cost is greatly appreciated. Wednesday, 10 August 2016 07:27 Athletes in Rio are facing more hurdles than usual at the Olympics this year. Outdoor swimmers are being told to “keep your mouths closed” because the bay has raw sewage. A jiu-jitsu athlete from New Zealand was kidnapped and robbed. Others have decided to skip the games altogether due to Zika. But amid the craziness there are some splendid things happening, too. Rio is the first South American city to host the Olympics, for example. And the International Olympic Committee has fully funded 10 athletes from Africa and the Middle East to compete under the Olympic flag as part of the first-ever all-refugee team. In total, from August 5 to August 21, more than 10,500 athletes from 206 countries will compete in 306 events in 42 sports for 2,488 Olympic medals. Here are six of the athletes that I’ll be watching as they represent not only their country but also their Savior, seeking to integrate their faith and their work. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE Read more... Monday, 08 August 2016 07:15 Noah's Ark Arrives at Olympics Read more... Tuesday, 02 August 2016 23:09 Court Declares Local Presbyterian Church Has Clear Ownership Of Its Property On July 27,2016 the Chancery Court of Okibbeha County Mississippi issued a declaratory judgement in favor of First Presbyterian Church of Starkville MS. In his decision, the Honorable H.J. Davidson, Jr. wrote “affirming its [First Presbyterian Church] right to hold title to its property without the interference of claim from the PCUSA.” This affirms ownership by the local church, and not the regional Presbytery. First Presbyterian filed suit in 2015 to protect its interest in the seven parcels of property it acquired over their 160 years of existence. They were looking for the court to find that neither the Presbytery of St. Andrew, nor the PCUSA has a “right to or an interest in any of the real or personal property so owned by FPC." READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT LAYMAN.ORG Read more... Friday, 15 July 2016 13:19 Fast-Growing Conservative Presbyterian Denomination Is 'Ready to Multiply,' Says ECO Synod Exec A conservative Presbyterian church formed in 2012 will soon be splitting one of their regional bodies, or presbyteries, into three entities in response to rapid growth. The Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbyterians is in the process of dividing up the Presbytery of the Northeast into three new regional bodies. At present, the Presbytery of the Northeast encompasses the region of New England, stretching North to Maine, as far South as Delware and as far West as Eastern Pennslyvania, with Western Pennsylvania being the Presbytery of the Rivers of Life. Read more... Friday, 08 July 2016 23:34 Ark Encounter Ribbon Cutting Watch this video of the opening ceremonies at the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, KY. Read more... Thursday, 30 June 2016 22:10 Ark Encounter Featured The long awaited life-size Noah's Ark, a project of Answers In Genesis, opened July 7. Visit thier website Ark Encounter, and watch the video at the bottom of this story to learn more. Read more... Monday, 21 March 2016 00:14 God's Not Dead 2 From the college classroom of GOD’S NOT DEAD to the public square in GOD’S NOT DEAD 2, the name of Jesus is welcomed less and less with each passing day. If Christians don’t take a stand today, will we even have a choice tomorrow? Welcome back to Hope Springs … home not only of Hadleigh University, but also Martin Luther King Jr. High School, where beloved teacher Grace Wesley helps students understand and enjoy history. Her love of teaching, her love for her students, and her love of life all come from the same place: her love of Christ. So when Brooke, a hurting student grieving the loss of her brother, reaches out to Grace, their coffee-shop conversation naturally leads to Grace sharing the hope she finds in Christ. When Brooke later asks an honest question about Jesus in the classroom, Grace’s reasoned response lands her in big trouble—almost before she even finishes giving her answer. You can find information on group ticket prices for your church or other group here Read more... Sunday, 20 March 2016 23:24 Miracles From Heaven Lots of kids get sick. And then they get better. And that's exactly what happened to Annabel Beam. But how did it happen? Anna kept throwing up every time she ate. And after multiple medical diagnoses pointing to common ailments—lactose intolerance, acid reflux—doctors realized that Anna's problem wasn't common at all. To the contrary, she had a deadly gastrointestinal ailment. And it was incurable, too. Anna's ongoing physical anguish and occasional agony made her mom, Christy, hunt harder and harder for some kind of solution. And Christy also had to hunt harder and harder to find what was left of her faith as she grew increasingly angry at the thick-headed Christians around her and the church she used to love. It's fair to say that she was none too pleased with the way God was letting her innocent daughter suffer. It truly can be difficult to feel God's love when things seem bleak and hopeless, when pain and misery are a regular part of our day. But those can also be the times when we reach out most fervently and sense God's loving and steady presence in almost overwhelming ways. Christy and Anna Beam knew both sides of that spiritual experience. And they had to make a choice which they were going to cling to. The vaunted theoretical physicist Albert Einstein once said, "There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle." This is the Beam family's true story … of everything being a miracle. Read more... Wednesday, 09 March 2016 21:56 The Young Messiah The following review is courtessy of PluggedIn.Com. Movie Review What might Jesus have been like … when He was 7? That intriguing question provides the narrative foundation for The Young Messiah, a movie adaptation of Anne Rice's 2005 novel Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt Read more... Friday, 15 May 2015 00:03 Why Attend Church Every Week There are great benefits and joy that come from attending church every week. Keep this in mind when you are away from home. Use our church locator and find one to attend near you. We are certain you will find yourselves meeting new friends, and feeling right at home. Media Read more... You are here: Home New Mexico village celebrates rebirth of church, community Fueled by faith and determination, volunteers worked tens of thousands of hours over the last several years to rebuild the heart of one mountain village in northern New Mexico. On Sunday, they will gather in Questa to celebrate their efforts with the rededication of the historic San Antonio Catholic Church. Archbishop John C. Wester and other officials will lead a special Mass. One of the church’s main adobe walls collapsed almost a decade ago, prompting the Archdiocese of Santa Fe to call for the building to be torn down. Community members wouldn’t have it and fought for permission to rebuild the church on their own. “To just let it go and say goodbye was not a real option for us,” said Malaquias Rael, a former mayor of Questa and a spokesman for the restoration committee. “For us, it has always been the heart of the community. It’s the cornerstone of our community.” Rael predicted there won’t be a dry eye in Questa during the weekend celebration. As part of agreement with the archdiocese, the villagers had a deadline of six years to rebuild the massive adobe structure and they had virtually no money to do it. Undeterred, they held bake sales, car washes, dances, silent auctions and raffled off trucks, a motorcycle and a quilt. They also sold some of the old adobe bricks from the church to raise money. Rael jokingly called it the “nickel and dime” approach. But over the years, they raised more than $600,000 in donations and received close to a half-million dollars in donated equipment and materials to make the project happen. Another 41,000 hours in volunteer labor went into laying 29,000 adobes, stabilizing existing walls, plastering and painting and creating numerous stained glass windows and the special carvings that border the altar and choir loft. Project manager Mark Sideris said working with an all-volunteer crew was a blessing because their hearts were in it. “What kept us from feeling like we were being overworked is that everybody’s forefathers had to make and lay about 50,000 adobes to build this place 170 years ago without any of the resources we have — no mechanized equipment, no mortar mixers, no loaders. It was all by hand and in all seasons and all by daylight,” he said. “That kept us kind of in our place.” The volunteers were focused Thursday on finishing touches ahead of the weekend celebration. That included installing retablos, or devotional paintings, in the altar screen. The day before, the crew lined up all the pews. It’s been a long road and the community has shared its progress through social media . As much of the original church was salvaged as possible, Sideris said. The historic adobes and large vigas from the original building provided a glimpse into what life might have been like in Questa in the mid-1800s. The original builders had to chisel square holes in the timber to haul them down from the mountains as there were no hand augers. They also used whatever was around — corn cobs, left-over meat bones from their lunch and pottery shards — to shim the adobes as they were laid. The adobes — which came in all sizes back then — were placed on bare ground and stretched about 20 feet high to form the main walls. Some walls were 4 feet thick. “The first miracle here was that it stood for 170 years without any foundation and now the second miracle is getting it rebuilt and keeping the roof in place while we did it and keeping many of the walls standing while we did it,” Sideris said. “So there are a couple of miracles here for sure.” Rael and Sideris said the community is ready to move back into the church, which had been the center of so many family events, from baptisms and first communions to weddings and funerals. “There were all of these stories and just the thought that now that can start all over again, it’s going to be back in business and all those new memories can be made,” Sideris said. For Rael, who grew up next door, the reconstruction also symbolizes a rebirth for the community. Questa has struggled to find new economic footing in the wake of the 2014 closure of a nearby mine that employed generations of residents. “We wanted to draw attention to what this community is made of,” he said. “The mine shutdown made it challenging, but this is an attraction now. We want people to come and see this old building that was restored and learn the story of the people who live here.” ___ Follow Susan Montoya Bryan on Twitter: www.twitter.com/susanmbryanNM Brought to you by www.srnnews.com Pope has lunch with Syrian refugees VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has had lunch with a group of Syrian refugees who were brought to Italy from the Greek island of Lesbos thanks to the pope’s intercession. The Vatican said Thursday that the pope brought toys and other gifts for the children, who gave him a selection of their drawings. Both the adults and children had the chance to speak with the pontiff “about the beginning of their lives in Italy,” the Vatican said. Francis brought the first group of 12 refugees back with him on the papal plane directly from his April trip to Lesbos, a hotspot in Europe’s refugee crisis, saying it was in keeping with the message of humanity that he wanted to send. The refugees are receiving housing from a Catholic charity. Brought to you by www.srnnews.com US takes aim at blasphemy laws, religious discrimination WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is raising concerns over laws against blasphemy and apostasy in some Muslim nations. The State Department said in its annual report on global religious freedom released Wednesday that laws against defaming or leaving Islam coupled with weak legal protections conflict with internationally recognized human rights. The report noted particular problems in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sudan and Saudi Arabia. It also took aim at harassment, discrimination and violence, including genocide against religious minorities by the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria and by Boko Haram in west Africa. The report also cited actions against Sunni Muslims in Iran, Shiite Muslims in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, harsh restrictions on Christians in China, anti-Semitism in Europe and a total lack of religious freedom in North Korea. Brought to you by www.srnnews.com California lawmaker drops lawsuits in religious school bill SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A California lawmaker is removing a contentious provision of his bill that would have allowed so-called LGBT students to more easily sue religious schools for discrimination. A weaker version of the bill by Democratic state Sen. Ricardo Lara will still mandate that institutions disclose exemptions from federal Title IX rules against discrimination. The measure would also require universities to report if a student has been expelled for violating a school’s “moral code of conduct,” which is often tied to religious norms. Many religious schools had heavily opposed the bill, calling it an attack on free exercise ofreligion. Most had not opposed the mandatory disclosure of religious exemptions. The bill will be heard Thursday in the Assembly Appropriations Committee. Brought to you by www.srnnews.com Denominations Presbyterian Demoninations Click Icons below to visit their websites: Associate Reformed Presbyterian Bible Presbyterian Church Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians Covenant Presbyterian Evangelical Presbyterian Church Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) Orthodox Presbyterian Presbyterian Church in America Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America Reformed Presbyterian Church in the United States The Reformed Presbyterian Church-Hanover Presbytery This last one is not a denomination, but a fellowship Network. 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