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Praise for "Praise & Potatoes"

"This potato drop didn’t have the smoothest start, but through people working together and a few
answered prayers, it had a perfect ending ..."

Click here to continue to read the Society of Saint Andrew's newsletter about the Priase & Potatoes event that occued at Oakdale Presbyterian Church in Norfolk

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Community Demographics 

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California presbyteries deal with ‘new reality’ of annual wildfire outbreaks

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by Rich Copley | Presbyterian News Service

LOUISVILLE — The Rev. David Worth has lived in Southern California for 43 years and can recall wildfires as an occasional, fairly contained occurrence.

“We used to get a spark, and it would go a quarter of a mile,” said Worth, disaster response team chair for Pacific Presbytery in Los Angeles. “Now, it goes a mile or two miles, and the winds are much stronger.”

The term “new reality” is used frequently by Californians talking about wildfires that have become an annual occurrence, particularly in November and December.

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Image: Last year's Camp fire in Paradise, California destroyed the most property of any 2018 disaster. It began burning Nov. 8 and wasn't fully contained until Nov. 25. (Photo courtesy of Robert Barker/Federal Emergency Management Agency)

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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 possibilites.  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