The Congregational Resourcing Team (CRT) exists to equip and resource members and congregations for ministry in their churches and communities in support of the Presbytery of New Covenant’s vision of “Growing congregations that passionately engage their communities to make disciples.”
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The March newsletter from the South Central Region-Association of Presbyterian Church Educators (SCRAPCE) is now available. Learn about what's going on including upcoming events. Read it here!Read More
The Rev. Dr. Karl Travis wowed participants at the 2016 Presbyterian Leadership Enrichment Event with his insights drawn from generational theory, sparking multiple requests for more time and greater detail spent on this important topic. Karl returns to us with an extended format, designed to help church teams consider how differing generational approaches can best be addressed in a way that honors all and does not set up unintended barriers to participation. The event is Friday, March 31, and Saturday, April 1. It is hosted by St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (5308 Buffalo Speedway, Houston), sponsored by The Congregational Resourcing Team of the Presbytery of New Covenant.
Bring your leadership team and walk away with new insights and action plans tailored to your unique context for ministry. Register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/
Rev. Dr. Laura Mendenhall will lead this year’s clergy retreat on April 25 through 27 at Camp Allen in Navasota, Texas. Clergy and spouses are invited to “Finding Water in Dry Land” where they will have an opportunity to remember the source of living Water, to recognize when their thirst is quenched and when it is not, and to drink deeply from God’s Word. There will be time to be nourished by good food and drink, by walks in the woods, and by rest and relaxation.Register by April 17. Contact Carrie Walker for more information at 713-526-2585 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Mental Health 101 - Equipping Faith Communities To Better Serve Those Broken By Mental Health Difficulties And Disorders
Individuals struggling with mental health problems are more likely to go to a member of the clergy before a physician or mental health provider. Do you feel equipped to serve those struggling with a mental illness?
This seminar will help you to:
RECOGNIZE the signs of mental illness,
REFER those struggling to professional care, and
RESTORE lives through the supportive community.
Thursday, June 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Presbytery Center at 1110 Lovett Blvd., Houston, TX 77006
This seminar will be led by Matthew S. Stanford, Ph.D. It is a FREE EVENT, and lunch will be provided at no cost.Read More
Tuesday Connect is presbytery’s weekly e-newsletter sent to all who subscribe to it. You may subscribe to it on the home page of this site. Its purpose is to build community within the presbytery by keeping our congregations and partner organizations informed in a very timely manner. Deadline is noon Mondays.
New Covenant Connections is the presbytery’s newsletter that publishes reports and articles about the mission and ministry of the presbytery and its congregations. It reaches 1,800 ministers, church professionals, elders, and presbytery committee members, as well as countless others who read it on the presbytery website. Deadline is the second Tuesday of the month before the issue date. Postlude is publication published after each presbytery meeting and sent to all Commissioners at the meeting, all pastors, and all clerks of session. Its purpose is to help Commissioners report to their session what occurred at the presbytery meeting.
Postlude is publication published after each presbytery meeting and sent to all Commissioners at the meeting, all pastors, and all clerks of session. Its purpose is to help Commissioners report to their session what occurred at the presbytery meeting.Read More
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