Author: presbyteryadmin

Welcome, Inform, Connect are the Goals of Minister Event
Fourteen pastors, chaplains and Commissioned Ruling Elders, either new to the presbytery or now in new positions, were honored at a welcome event on October 29 at the Little Rock office. [...]
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The Holy Spirit Shines in Honduras
During Spring Break week of 2020, there will be two Presbytery of Arkansas Mission Trips at the same time, March 21-28 of 2020. One trip will cost about $1500 and will be [...]
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Matthew 25 People
Recently, the Synod of the Sun has adopted the practice of trying to rotate its 2 yearly meetings throughout the 11 presbyteries that make up the synod. In the 2018-2019 [...]
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Looking Back at the October 4-5 Presbytery Meeting
by Stated Clerk MWS Leslie Belden If I were to use just one word to describe the meeting held at Ferncliff on October 4-5 it would be “joy.” Joy seemed [...]
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A Year of Transition
by Stewart Smith, General Presbyter The year 2019 will go down as one of transition on our Presbytery staff. Last October, our presbytery elected a staff search committee that was [...]
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News from Univ​ersity of Arkansas’ United Campus Ministry
UCM has seen a 41% increase in Student Participation in Programming UCM tracks the students who attend each of our programmed events and in the 2018-2019 school year we saw [...]
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News from Westminster Presbyterian Church (Little Rock)
On the evening of July 19, 2018 Westminster Presbyterian Church on John Calvin Drive in Little Rock, Arkansas burned to the ground. The loss of a beautiful facility and precious [...]
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The Presbytery Meets at Second Presbyterian–Little Rock
In case you missed it… The June 8, 2019 meeting of the Presbytery of Arkansas at Second Presbyterian Church in Little Rock focused on pastoral leadership and the process of [...]
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Radical Hospitality
Building strong congregations can happen when folks increase mission efforts and step up educational opportunities, both of which can focus on the marginalized and forgotten.
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