Our presbytery’s response to Covid-19

During the Corona Virus outbreak, the presbytery’s physical office will be closed until further notice. We are assessing on a week-by-week basis, and taking our cues from the state and national governments and the Centers for Disease Control – members of the staff will still be available by email and phone during business hours. All meetings, teams, commissions, committees and councils are being held virtually.

Regarding congregations in the presbytery, we invite sessions and leaders to do the same.

During the stay at home order in Indiana, gatherings of ten or more, including church services, will be canceled to slow the spread of COVID-19. Religious leaders are encouraged to continue live-streaming services while practicing social distancing with one another. Religious organizations may continue to provide food, shelter, social services, and other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy individuals, individuals who need assistance as a result of the COVID-19 emergency, and people with disabilities. The order begins on Tuesday, March 24 at 11:50 P.M. EDT and ends on April 6 at 11:59 P.M. EDT, but can be extended.

As always, we remain committed to our mission as a mid-council of the PC(U.S.A.) to serve Christ, enhance congregations and connect communities.

To set up Zoom calls or any other administrative needs, please contact [email protected]
For anything related to polity, please contact Stated Clerk Marjorie Reinsch at [email protected]
For guidance on ministry, program, emergency or pastoral needs, please contact [email protected]
For financial information, please contact [email protected]

For online worship services hosted by some of our congregations

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The 224th General Assembly
of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
June 20-27 in Baltimore, Maryland.

Called to a Movement Beyond Institution

PC-Biz includes the most current text of the overtures and other recommendations that have been forwarded to the assembly. Track each item of business as it moves through the assembly meeting, and see whether the recommendation was amended, approved, or disapproved. Click here.