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.
Nov/Dec 2017 |Sept/Oct 2017 | July/August 2017 | May/June 2017 | Mar/Apr 2017 | Jan/Feb 2017 | Nov/Dec 2016 | Sept/Oct 2016 | July/August 2016
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
This year marks the 500th anniversary of the legendary posting of Luther’s 95 theses, an act that galvanized the Reformation. Consider, if you will, participating in a presbytery wide study challenge to have 500 participants complete the Opening Doors to Discipleship 12 unit study on Reformed Theology. This FREE online study was developed by the PC(USA) in conjunction with some of our partner denominations. Opening Doors to Discipleship (odtd.net) offers solid, accessible study resources that could easily be adapted for a variety of settings. Read More
A Presbytery of New Covenant Harvey Recovery Update (11/15/2017)
We continue to be grateful for the outpouring of love and compassion we are experiencing across the country. People are in recovery mode now, hoping to have homes and church buildings repaired soon - perhaps in time for Christmas. There are many who will not make that timeframe. Our congregations are resilient, and those that were damaged are finding ways to stay together, even if it is Sunday worship under the "big top" as the members of Katy, New Hope are gathering under a tent while they abate the asbestos discovered after the damage from the flood waters.
We are in the process of hiring a Disaster Recovery Coordinator due to a generous grant from Presbyterian Disaster Assistance. We have received resumes from several excellent candidates, and will be making our decision soon. We expect that person to be in place in the next month in order to help our congregations and communities towards the process of rebuilding.
The Houston Astros won the World Series in baseball, which was a boost to the morale of our region. Congratulations to our hometown team!
While many in our region are back to "normal", we recognize that there are many in need. We appreciate your financial contributions to assist our friends and neighbors.
Download the Presbyterian Disaster Recovery Brochure
We appreciate your continued concern for us, and for our friends in Mission Presbytery where many towns on the coast were decimated by wind damage. We know that you continue to pray for all of us, as well as those affected in Florida, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America (earthquake), and California, Oregon, Washington and other places where fighting fires was difficult.
Lynn Hargrove (713-816-7051 cell) Read More