Resources shared here are updated regularly in response to current issues that we face as people of faith in today's world.   
Listen to David LaMotte's new song, "Coming Alive Again," which speaks to the time in which we find ourselves.
Learn how Presbyterians are responding to the Covid crisis in India here.
Read "Do no harm: Wear your mask" and consider how our current approach to easing restrictions might be informed by words from Scripture.
See J. Herbert Nelson, Stated Clerk of the PCUSA reacts to the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin
case. Read his brief statement here. 
Earth Day is celebrated in April. What does the Bible have to say about the climate crisis?
Read "Earth Day, Climate Action, and the Bible."
Anglican bishops, including the Most Rev. Michael Curry met to discuss 
the environment. Read "Kennedy, King, and Restoring God's Creation." 
In Southern California, Black churches are using their land to build housing for those without
homes. Read about it here.

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ConnectEd Adult Zoom Class

ConnectEd classes and discussion groups have topped meeting for the summer but will resume after Labor Day. 



The theme of the PCUSA 2020-21 Women’s Bible Study, “Into the Light: Finding Hope through Prayers

of Lament,” could not be more appropriate! If ever we felt the need to lament as individuals as well as

a community, it is now. The study’s author, P. Lynn Miller, writes “When we lament, we move from

suffering to faith. In our faith, there is hope. We lament in order to hope.” And that brings us to Prospect’s

ministry theme for 2020-21, “Hope.” All women are welcome to join the study, led by Rita Boyer, via zoom

the second Monday of each month from 10:00-11:30 AM.


We mentioned gun violence in our opening sharing of concerns/laments. Read "I am Weary of Lament" here.


Read the author's blog here.

Read Rosalind Banbury's commentary on lesson 9 here.

With the video provided, sing the lament, "Lift Every Voice and Sing."   






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Experiences are more meaningful if we prepare for those experiences beforehand and reflect upon them afterwards. Weekday Worship is a resource that is designed to help adults prepare for and reflect upon each week's worship service. To sign up to receive Weekday Worship emails each Monday, please submit a request on the contact page or use the chat tool on this page. You can find the current Weekday Worship on the homepage.  



Using variety of ways to learn, a faith formation playlist offers options for you to explore a particular theme, The path you take is up to you. Particularly during the pandemic, many of the options can be completed individually at home, but a few options involve zoom meetings that allow us to engage with one another. There is no particular order in which you need to proceed, nor do you need to complete all of the options. Different themes will be offered throughout the year. Click on the button to find the playlist.

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