The PCA’s Committee on Discipleship Ministries (CDM) will be conducting its annual Women’s Ministries conference virtually this year on February 18-20, 2021. Any women interested in attending are welcome to register. The conference theme is: The Promise of His Presence: Living and Leading Covenantally ~ A Virtual Interactive Conference Experience designed to equip women and build His Church. The link to register can be found at https://womensleadership.pcacdm.org/.
Our denomination’s Mission to North America Disaster Response organization has much of its operations on hold due to COVID-19. This organization deploys volunteers to areas hit by a hurricane, flood, tornado, or some other natural disaster to provide assistance in clean up and recovery. Unfortunately, the current travel restrictions in place due to the pandemic have limited their ability to minister in this way. Once the travel bans are lifted they will need teams of volunteers to help with efforts that have been left incomplete due to COVID-19, as well as response to new need that are likely to result in the coming storm season.
Please visit their website to learn more https://pcamna.org/disaster-response/
In a recent letter they also encourage churches to use this time to consider forming teams to develop their own disaster preparedness programs. MNA Disaster Response offers workshops and seminars to help with these efforts.
Consider joining with many others in a day of prayer and fasting on Good Friday.
The Call: For all believers in Christ in the Presbyterian Church of America (PCA), the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) and the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) to set aside Good Friday, April 10, as a day of prayer and fasting to cry out for God’s help in addition to a Holy Day of worship.
More details can be found in this article.
The administrative committee of our denomination has put an excellent resource on its website. It is a prayer guide for 30 Days of Prayer. Each day highlights a particular attribute of God, gives Scripture to read and meditate upon, lists items to consider for prayer, and features a video-led prayer by a pastor in our denomination. Please consider using this great resource during these uncertain and unnerving times we are currently facing.
PCA Mercy Conference: June 2-3 in Orlando, Florida. This isÂ an Annual Conference Designed to equip congregations to minister mercifully to members of the body, strangers and aliens, the oppressed and needy; underscore the leadership of deacons in mobilizing congregations to show mercy; teach congregations that mercy is a characteristic of covenant community; and develop an integrated approach to ministry so mercy permeates the entire church. Funds are available to attend. If you are interested in going, please contact one of our elders.