The Presbytery of Wyoming is 28 churches spread over the 97,000 square miles of beautiful landscapes and horizons. We are more than "church as usual." We are partners committed to making Christ know by caring, connecting, and challenging one another.
October Presbytery Meeting
The next presbytery meeting will be held October 5 and 6, 2018 at Camp Story. Attendees may think they are seeing double, because our guest speaker will be Rev. Ron Shive, identical twin brother of Steve Shive. Rev. Shive pastors a church in Burlington, NC, and also serves as a missionary to the Middle East. He will be discussing his mission work in the Middle East during a presentation titled:
...the Israel-Palestine Conflict,
...seventy years of P.C.(U.S.A.) policy,
...and How to Read the Bible in Light of the Conflict"
The presbytery will also be hosting Rev. Ameer, who is a pastor in Lebanon. The presbytery meeting should be extremely enlightening and informative. Begin making your plans now to attend the presbytery meeting, and also marvel at all the work the Camp Story Commission has accomplished in on modernizing the camp.
Give today to help Presbyterian Disaster Assistance bring hope & healing to Texas families impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is in touch with presbyteries affected areas of Texas to offer assistance. We are standing by with resources and National Response Team members ready to deploy upon invitation and when it is safe to do so.
For those who wish to support PDA's emergency response and recovery efforts, gifts can be designated to https://pma.pcusa.org/donate/make-a-gift/gift-info/DR000169/.
We need your help. Please give generously.
If you prefer to mail a check, you may send it to:
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
PO Box 643700
Pittsburgh, PA, 15264-3700
You may also call us Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST), at 1-800-872-3283 and donate by phone. For updates, please go to pda.pcusa.org.
Please join us in praying for courage for those who are suffering; wisdom and diligence among agencies and individuals assessing damage and directing relief efforts; and for generosity to flow as powerfully as rivers and streams, as we respond to the deep human needs left in the wake of the storm.
Rev. Dr. Laurie Ann Kraus
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance