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  • 7/2 CVT 1:00 via Zoom
  • 7/3 REPORTS DUE
  • 7/6 Council 2:00 via Zoom
  • 7/7 COM - 4:00 via Zoom
  • 7/10 PACKET POSTED
  • 7/13 Interim Pastors 12:00 via Zoom
  • 7/14 RDT - 9:00 via Zoom
  • 7/14 ZOOM Orientation for Commissioners 10:30 via Zoom
  • 7/15 Trustees/SMT 10:30 via Zoom
  • 7/18  ZOOM Orientation for Commissioners 9:00 via Zoom
  • 7/21  PRESBYTERY MEETING

"We build bridges across divides to deepen connection to Christ and one another to serve the world."

122nd Stated Meeting

The Presbytery of Eastern Virginia will hold its 122nd Stated Meeting on Tuesday, July 21, at 10:00 a.m. via a ZOOM webinar.

Click here for details.

PEVA Office Closed

The PEVA Staff will be  working remotely, weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., calls will be forwarded to a staff member who will assist you.

PCUSA NEWLY ELECTED CO-MODERATORS

 

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Elona Street-Stewart, executive of the Synod of Lakes and Prairies, and 
Rev. Gregory Bentley, pastor of Fellowship Presbyterian Church in Huntsville, Alabama, 
were overwhelmingly elected to be co-moderators of the 224th General Assembly.
 

PCUSA LAMENTS THE DEATH OF GEORGE FLOYD

The Rev. Dr. J. Herbert Nelson, Stated Clerk of the Presbyterian Church (USA), remenbers recent victims of racial violence.

 

Statement from the Rev. Dr. Brian K. Blount (President, Union Presbyterian Seminary) on the Death of George Floyd.

George Floyd Is My Brother - Jill Duffield (Editor, Presbyterian Outlook)

Presbyterian Mission Agency - Matthew 25 in the PC(USA): A Bold Vision and Invitation 

 

PC(USA) Office of Public Witness Action Alert - The Presbyterian Church U.S.A, Office of Public Witness, is outraged by the senseless murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.  READ MORE

"As people of faith, we must honor the inherent value and dignity of all people and seek justice when that value and dignity is attacked.  We are calling on Presbyterians to take action and stand against racism in all its myriad forms."

  • Petition the President of the United States to proclaim a national day of “Mourning Against Racial Injustice” on June 19th, the traditional day of celebration for African Americans over the end of slavery, where flags will be flown at half-mast.
  • Contact your member of Congress demanding legislation that defines racialized police violence as a hate crime.
     

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE 

PCUSA 224th GA MARKET PLACE 

fair tradeThese organizations and partners, which includes the PC(USA) Store, offer Presbyterians a variety of goods and services for pastors, elders, deacons, educators, worship leaders, musicians, and other congregational leaders.  Global Marketplace - Fair Trade is a model of trade that helps people live with increased dignity. The Presbyterian Hunger Program (PHP) believes in the power of this dignity. The Global Marketplace increases awareness of the impact of our participation in the global economy and offers concrete alternatives for more just participation. Global Marketplace partners are excellent sources of responsibly made products. Your purchases benefit not only the people who use and enjoy the items, but the people around the world who make them and desire to live in dignity rather than poverty.  God’s promise of enough for everyone means there must be a way we can each live to our full and true potential.

GA Marketplace can be found here.

BECOME A MATTHEW 25 CHURCH

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We are called to actively engage in the world around us, so our faith comes alive and we wake up to new possibilities.  We are invited to act boldly and compassionately to serve people who are hungry, oppressed, imprisoned or poor.  Join in with our brothers and sisters and we can help our denomination (PCUSA) be a more relevant, unified presence in the world.  CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

Exciting news First PC Hampton, King's Grant PC, Saint  Andrew PC, Suffolk PC and New Horizons PC are Matthew 25 churches within PEVA.