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“Welcome Our Common Life with Reverend Drew G. Travis”

The Reverend Drew G. Travis, recently retired from First Presbyterian Church, Granbury, Texas, and a favorite son of Palo Duro Presbytery.

WHAT & WHEN

155th Stated Meeting of Palo Duro Presbytery
Docket and Ministry Team Reports
April 28th – April 29th

WHERE

Hosted by New Hope Presbyterian Church
1701 Enterprise Street
Wichita Falls, TX 76306
Church Office Number: (940) 767-2527

PDP 154th / via Zoom / Feb. 3rd @ 4:30

Happy Hour meeting / via Zoom / Feb. 2nd @ 4:00

Mountain summit with summit cross in the Alps - Ammergauer Alps in Bavaria, Germany

158th Meeting of Palo Duro Presbytery

April 26th & 27th

First Central Presbyterian Church, Abilene, TX

Our guest preacher is our Honorably Retired (and newest author) Janice Six.

Featured News

“The future of the PC(USA) is pastor-less, and that’s OK.”

A church can be viable without a pastor, writes Catherine Neelly Burton.  Once we embrace this, churches can go about their work of being Christ's body. Read the full article. This article was published on January 3, 2024, in The Presbyterian Outlook. Catherine Neelly Burton is the mission and ministry connector for the Presbytery of [...]

Fire Disaster: Cash – Confirm – Connect

Palo Duro Presbytery:  Thank you for your prayers and your envelopes of donations.  Thank you to PDA for a $7500.00 grant.  Thank you to the Synod of the Sun for an initial grant of $15,000.00 (approved and in the mail). Thank you to the Palo Duro Presbytery for the many checks that add up.  The [...]

Thirty Years for Rev. Dr. Cliff Stewart and FCPC

We join First Central Presbyterian Church who surprised Rev. Dr. Cliff Stewart with an ice cream celebration on his 30th Anniversary as their pastor yesterday. Intellect, theologian, story-teller, pastor, ice-cream fanatic and one of the hardest workers for Palo Duro Presbytery. We love you, Cliff.

Mission Statement

Palo Duro Presbytery is a part of the body of Christ, a broken but redeemed community of faith in the Reformed tradition, called by God to live and serve in covenant relationship with God, God’s people and God’s creation. In response to God’s call, guided by the Holy Spirit, prayer and Bible study, the faith communities of Palo Duro Presbytery proclaim the Gospel of grace and love in word and deed. (Micah 6:8 and Mark 12:28-31). Connected by grace and love, Palo Duro Presbytery seeks to nurture and support our communities of faith as they discern God’s call to mutual care and opportunities for growth and service.

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