E-News: June 7, 2017
Joys and Concerns
Book of Order
2017-2019
To order Books of Order for 2017-2019, please send your orders to Cheryl  admin@wjpres.net 

Cost is $10 each and must be ordered and prepaid by June 20th.
Employment Opportunities
Part-Time Youth Director, Logan, HaddonHeights, Collingswood

Part-Time Pastor, Greenwich
Part-Time Pastor, Elmer
Solo Pastor, Medford
Part-time Pastor, Clayton
Parish Paper
May
Financing the Local Church
Ministry in the Midst of Tragedy
Devotional Resources
Weekly selection of scripture readings that many churches follow for preaching.
Suggested scripture readings for each day, from the Presbyterian Mission Agency.
A community creating of the relentless return of Sundays
The Doyle's are Returning!
The Rev's Janet and Dwayne Doyle and their teenagers Sarah and Andrew are returning permanently from their missionary assignment. While they are discerning where God is calling them next they will move into the manse at the Presbytery Center in Haddon Heights.

It is a house that is empty! We need:
--Clean up help - Electrician (install light above sink, kitchen fan, etc.) - Plumber (sink and toilet installed)
--Electric stove - Pots, pans small appliances - Living room furniture, tables, lamps -Beds, nightstands etc.

Contact Rich Daugherty - richdaugherty@juno.com or 609-320-7461 if you can help

Thank you Presbytery!
Digital Communication Strategy
The Council will partner with other presbyteries in New Jersey to update its digital imprint and will help congregations seeking to make use of social media resources. If your congregation wants to participate send me an email - revdeb@wjpres.net
Thank You!
To all churches who have submitted their annual reports.  We are taking time to glean "best practices" which we will share in future e-news.  We will also develop a sample template for those interested in how others share their information with the congregation.
500th Anniversary of the Reformation!
How are you and your congregation celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation?

Click here for books for group or individual study and reflection illuminate this formative church event and provide a fresh look at Martin Luther, the theologian whose ideas sparked a revolution.
Links to Read
  POAMN: Presbyterian Older Adult Ministry Network
Resource Guide for Older Adult Ministries, Spring 2017
Presbyterian Peace Fellowship

Contacts
Executive Presbyter
Rev. Dr. Debby Brincivalli revdeb@wjpres.net
Stated Clerk Rev. Wendy Boer revwendy@wjpres.net
Administrative Associate Cheryl Becker admin@wjpres.net
Consultant,
Congregational Life
Rev. Ellie Cowherd ecowherd@comcast.net
Business Administrator Charles Robinson cbrno18@aol.com
Evangelist, Tres Iglesias Presbiterianas Rev. Carlos E. Rivera evangelisttip.cer@gmail.com
Communications Director Rev. Katie Mulligan communications@wjpres.net

Please mark your calendars!!
June 20: Cinnamin, 7pm 
 Sept 19:  Wenonah, 7pm
Nov 21: Carney's Pt, 4pm
Why Preachers (and Stewardship Committees!) Hate Talking About Money and What to Do About It

June 13, 2pm
Free Live Webinar

Click here to register
Race, Reconciliation, and the Reformation

July 6-8
Washington University
St. Louis, MO

Through plenary events, Bible study, workshops, and worship, you will be challenged and renewed by the power of the gospel message to overcome our current realities of anxiety, division, and inequality.

for more information:
Rejecting Hatred, Bigotry and Racism:
Being Agents of Peace and Action

We will be sending a special e-news with information about peacemaking, social witness, and justice, including ways to get involved. Please email suggestions to
Scholarships Are Available!

If you are interested in attending Camp Johnsonburg, Stewardship Kaleidoscope, Big Tent, or other conferences/events, please contact the Presbytery office to ask about scholarships!
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