Connecting our Conversations

Connecting our Conversations: PSNE Conversation about the 224th General Assembly

July 31, 2020 The Presbytery of Southern New England
Connecting our Conversations
Connecting our Conversations: PSNE Conversation about the 224th General Assembly
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Connecting our Conversations
Connecting our Conversations: PSNE Conversation about the 224th General Assembly
Jul 31, 2020
The Presbytery of Southern New England

Our two Presbytery Commissioners to the 224th General Assembly, Walter Manual and Jenny Peek, hosted a Zoom conversation about the Assembly and some of its actions. They were also joined by PSNE Stated Clerk, David Baer, and Shannan Vance-Ocampo and Tom McNeill from our Presbytery who were corresponding members and resource persons to the Assembly.

  Anthony Trujillo, a good friend of our Presbytery, who is under care of the Presbytery of NYC is on the national PCUSA Native American Coordinating Committee and was also a corresponding member and resource person to the Assembly also joined us and shared about the specific important actions of the Assembly around Native American issues in the PCUSA.

  We also discussed some of the concerns around anti-racism that came up around the work of the Assembly.

Show Notes

Our two Presbytery Commissioners to the 224th General Assembly, Walter Manual and Jenny Peek, hosted a Zoom conversation about the Assembly and some of its actions. They were also joined by PSNE Stated Clerk, David Baer, and Shannan Vance-Ocampo and Tom McNeill from our Presbytery who were corresponding members and resource persons to the Assembly.

  Anthony Trujillo, a good friend of our Presbytery, who is under care of the Presbytery of NYC is on the national PCUSA Native American Coordinating Committee and was also a corresponding member and resource person to the Assembly also joined us and shared about the specific important actions of the Assembly around Native American issues in the PCUSA.

  We also discussed some of the concerns around anti-racism that came up around the work of the Assembly.