Interviews

Calling Each Other ‘In’: Racial Justice and the PC(USA)

Interview with Stated Clerk Gradye Parsons As part of the finale to our discussion on race, white privilege, and the church, Rev. Molly Casteel – Assistant Stated Clerk and Manager for Representation, Inclusiveness, and Ruling Elder Training – sat down … Continue reading

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Strands of One Thread: Ecowomanism

Special from the Presbyterian Hunger Program, originally published in the Spring 2016 edition of the PHP Post. The struggle for gender, racial, and economic justice are all parts of the same thread, and deal with similar questions of power and … Continue reading

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Race, Remembrance, and the New Charge

A Dialogue Between Two Generations of Black Presbyterians This article originally appeared in the May/June 2002 issue of Church & Society (Vol. 92, No. 5) “The Hope and Challenge of Reconciliation Today”. Rev. Curtis A. Jones interviewed Dr. Gayraud S. … Continue reading

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Loving Our Neighbors Means Knowing Our Neighbors

An Interview with Rev. Aimee Moiso Rev. Aimee Moiso serves as Chair of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations Unbound: Some people say ecumenism is over, like the denomination, or joining anything beyond the local. How … Continue reading

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