Presbyterian News Headlines For The Week Ending June 29, 2013


Well, I am a bit past deadline on this, but here are a few of the headlines that caught my attention this past week:

Restored Church Reopens After Arson - from WAVY.com: recovery of the Royster Memorial Presbyterian Church in Norfolk, VA, following an arson fire back in May.

Presbyterian Church Suspends 'Gay' Pastor - from GhanaWeb: the latest news in the continuing case of a pastor who is under investigation for same-sex sexual abuse of workers at a church agricultural project.

Presbyterian Church to Establish Teaching Hospital - from Ghana Business News: A hospital operated by the Presbyterian Church in Ghana will be restructured to improve health care.

Obituary: Edwin "Ed" C. Carlson / Presbyterian pastor taught literacy in Pakistan - from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: He spent 35 years as a missionary publishing and teaching reading as well as a later prison ministry.

Redeemer, eight more sites in Greater Morristown get shares of $2.7 million for preservation - from Morristown Green: The local Presbyterian Church is getting $264,616 in historic preservation funds for their chapel restoration.

Rev Dr Sinclair Ferguson to join St Peter’s - from Free Church of Scotland: Upon his retirement as head of staff at First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina, TE Ferguson will join the preaching staff at St. Peter's Free Church in Dundee, Scotland.
 
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