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Presbyterians Are CARING PEOPLE

The 2004 General Assembly mission program allocation for he national and international work of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is approximately $125 million. Besides annual receipts from congregations and income from endowments, additional special funds are received each year that make particular ministries possible. These include funds received through Selected Giving Programs and the Special Gifts Program, through the Hunger Fund, Presbyterian Women's Birthday Offering (spring) and Thank Offering (fall), and through four special churchwide offerings: One Great Hour of Sharing, divided among Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, Self-Development of People, and the Presbyterian Hunger Program; the Christmas Joy Offering, which supports racial ethnic schools and assistance programs of the Board of Pensions; the Peacemaking Offering to support peace education and peacemaking efforts throughout the denomination; and the Pentecost Offering to support ministries with youth and young adults and children at risk.

Renaissance Presbyterian Church warmly welcomes you. We are excited to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ. Come and grow with us. At Renaissance, we are growing in our faith and ministry in the church and in the world. Our worship services begins at 11:00 AM and is thought provoking with easy application to our daily lives. Because we treat guests like family at Renaissance, we will want to get to know you. When you visit the first time, we will ask you to complete a visitor’s card. All of your personal information is kept confidential. Our desire is to keep in touch with you and let you know about upcoming ministries and events.

Presbyterians Are SERVING PEOPLE

As far back as 1837 the General Assembly declared that the church, by its very nature, is a missionary society whose purpose is to share the love of God in Jesus Christ in word and deed and with all the world. Witnessing to the good news of Jesus Christ throughout the world, Presbyterians engage in mission activities, seek to alleviate hunger, foster self-development, respond to disasters, support mission works, preach the gospel, heal the sick, and educate new generations for the future. In partnership with more than 165 churches and Christian organizations around the world, the missionary efforts of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) involve nearly 750 international volunteers and compensated personnel and more than 180 national volunteers. The national volunteers work in partnership with middle governing bodies and ecumenical organizations across the U.S.A. A host of other dedicated workers includes: mission specialists and contract associates; Presbyterian Church members working for overseas employers, recognized as having strategic roles with missionary intent; binational servants, who advocate the insights of one culture while living in another; and overseas Christians enabled by Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) funds and ecumenical planning to go in mission with congregations and presbyteries in the United States.

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