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Student Ministries Development

EPC Student Ministries exists to serve those reaching and discipling junior and senior high students.  Those called into this role are as varied as the students they serve – they may be staff, volunteers, parents, full-time or part-time.  Student Ministries is dedicated to ...

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Church Plant in Asheville, NC needs hymnals

New Horizon EPC, a church plant in Asheville, NC, is looking for 50 or 60 hymnals, "Not the old Presbyterian hymnals, not Baptist (we have those), but some relatively new ones>" If you have some of these hymnals (or perhaps others) looking for a home, contact Bill Solomon (). Great Hymns of ...

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Church Renewal Event in Charlotte, NC

On Friday, May 25th at 1:00 PM, Lay Renewal Ministries is facilitating a special event for pastors and church leaders in Charlotte, NC at Mill Grove United Methodist Church located at 7311 Mill Grove Road, Indian Trail, NC (just southeast of Interstate 485 in Charlotte). This FREE event will ...

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Youth Ministry Course winds down

The Youth Ministry Course, sponsored by Student Ministries, officially finished up this week with a conference call to discuss the last of our three recommended books, Connecting, by Larry Crabb.  Thirty-seven participants signed up to take the four month long course which consisted of the ...

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World Outreach Lunches at General Assembly

The EPC’s World Outreach Ministry invites EPC General Assembly attendees to two breakout lunches on Thursday and Friday of General Assembly week in Baton Rouge. On Thursday, Greg Livingstone will conduct an informational session about the Engage 2025 Initiative to plant ten new churches ...

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George Carey reappointed to Director of World Outreach

Reverend George Carey, who has served as EPC’s World Outreach Director since 2009, was appointed to a new three-year term by the Committee on Administration.  Stated Clerk Jeff Jeremiah said, “Former Director Jeff Chadwick left a huge void in World Outreach when he was called to ...

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Wanted: Recording Clerks for Committees at the 2012 General Assembly

A great way to help out and make for a good General Assembly next month is to volunteer to serve as a recording clerk during one of our Standing Committee meetings.  All that’s required is a willingness to take the minutes and use of a laptop.  A minutes’ template and plenty ...

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Stated Clerk visits St. Andrews Presbytery of Argentina

One of the special opportunities the EPC enjoys fraternal relations with other national Presbyterian, Reformed and evangelical groups in the global church.  We currently enjoy relationships with the Presbyterian Church of Brazil (IPB), the Association of Reformed Churches of Kazakhstan (ARCK) ...

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“We live in darkness, you have the light” Engage 2025 Initiative

On Saturday, April 28, Alleghenies Presbytery voted to partner with EPC’s World Outreach Engage 2025 in Sierra Leone, Africa. Two unreached people groups, led by village chiefs declared, “We live in darkness, you have the light” are in the villages of Fintonia and Gbenekoro, ...

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California's oldest Armenian Church to salute Senior Pastor and Family

Members and friends of the First Armenian Presbyterian Church of Fresno will salute Senior Pastor Mgrdich Melkonian, his wife Houri, and their family at an Appreciation Luncheon on Sunday afternoon, May 20, 2012. Reverend Melkonian is concluding his Central California pastorate of almost nine ...

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