Events in the Family of Faith called
2011 Our United Outreach
Giving Report—The report on giving to Our United Outreach for
calendar year 2010 has now been corrected and can be viewed/downloaded here.
This report will be filed as part of the Our United Outreach
Committee's report to the 2011 General Assembly.
Perspectives on Our United
of videos by Cumberland Presbyterians reflecting on the importance
of the Our United Outreach program and the work that faithful giving
devotions by and for Cumberland Presbyterians
Center's Wish List!:
We're searching for some Cumberland Presbyterians who might like to
help us by donating some items and services
we need around the Center. Denominational staff members are maintaining
a wish list and inviting congregations,
women's ministries, men's fellowships, and individuals to adopt a
project. Check often to see a list of needs
at your denominational headquarters. Call 901.276.4572 and ask for the
contact person listed for the project you'd like to sponsor.
Things First is the theme for the spring 2011 miniversity
series. Based on Luke 9:10-17, the feeding of the five thousand,
Discipleship Ministry Team member Joanna Bellis shares all the details
on this short video. Make your plans now to attend a miniversity near
and MORE!: Tell your pastor that you appreciate him/her
during the month of October! Better yet, have each person in your
congregation wear one of the Pastoral Development t-shirts to your
pastor appreciation celebration on Sunday, October 10th. The cost is
$20 per t-shirt, and the sales will benefit the “Clergy Crisis Fund.”
Also, we have more of the famous "Have You Hugged A Cumberland
Presbyterian Today?" shirts. Many sizes. Many colors. Get yours today!
Presbyterian Youth Ministry: We are pleased to announce that our
brand new Youth Ministry
website, with content by and for Cumberland Presbyterians, is
online and ready for visitors. Visit today!
Church Aids Earthquake/Tsunami Victims in Japan: The Missions Ministry Team, on
behalf of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, has sent almost $60,000
in relief aid to assist the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan.
The funds have been distributed through Japan Presbytery responding to
emergency needs and relief efforts. CP relief funds were made available
from the 25 percent portion of the One
Great Hour of Sharing and the Loaves
and Fishes offerings retained by the Missions Ministry Team for
distribution in times of emergency, along with specially designated
gifts from individuals and churches. Additional contributions for
relief aid may be sent to Missions Ministry Team, 8207 Traditional
Place, Cordova, TN 38016 (designate: "Japan Relief").
Disaster Relief for CP victims of the April 27
tornadoes that swept across Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee
and Georgia is being made available through the Missions Ministry Team.
For information, or to make a donation, please contact Missions
Ministry Team, 8207 Traditional Place, Cordova, TN 38016, or George Estes.
BRIDGES ( Building Relational
Inroads for Discipleship, Growth,
Enrichment, and Service), produced by the Discipleship
Ministry Team, the Winter 2010 issue is available for download.
Handbook: How to Explain Cumberland Presbyterianism to your
friends, how to pray, how to listen to a sermon, what to bring to a
church potluck. Whimsical yet informative. Introduced at GA 2009. Click
here for more information or to purchase.
2010 Cumberland Presbyterian
Yearbook: Since 1958 the Yearbook has provided an important
resource listing all CP churches and ministers, board and ministry team
employees, etc. Click here
to buy a printed and bound copy or download your free 2010
General Assembly Yearbook here
Books and other resources by,
for, and about Cumberland Presbyterians: Our on-line shop offers
dozens of items available from no other source. Enhance your ministry
and rediscover our Cumberland Presbyterian heritage.