The 147th Stated Meeting of Palo Duro Presbytery will be September 25-26th at St. Luke Presbyterian Church, Amarillo, Texas with Rev. Dr. David Jensen as our guest speaker.

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A Lament Collection

Church is a collection of people looking above to worship God in Jesus Christ. Thinking as I stared at a collection of different succulents, lament and sadness overwhelm. Dee Lowe; pandemic; masks; empty churches; marching; riots; unemployment; division. And then it hit me that a good thing to do would be to ask one of [...]

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Abuse Prevention and Boundary Awareness Training

Abuse Prevention and Boundary Awareness Training Photo Credit: Tatiana Doronina Abuse Prevention and Boundary Awareness Training ACTION TO DO:  Coordinate with Julie Johnson * Email her to schedule Julie Johnson mindocs@midplains.coop Palo Duro Presbytery is offering two options to complete this mandatory training this year.  One option will provide access to online training that would [...]

Book of Order

The 2020-21 Book of Order #fancy-title-77 {font-family: "Open Sans Condensed"} The Book of Order has four sections: The Foundations of Presbyterian Polity Form of Government Directory for Worship Rules of Discipline Download Book of Order

Mother’s Day Devotion

Join us for a Mothers Day Devotion #fancy-title-83 {font-family: "Open Sans Condensed"} Palo Duro Presbytery will host "Remembering our Mothers: A Devotion" A simple worship as we give thanksgiving to God above for our Mother Rev. Janelle Blair, SaraLee Morris, Emily Kincaid, Rev. Scott Campbell and you Friday May 8th 3:00 (aim for 50 min.) [...]

Written in the Palm of God’s Hand

A key Jewish identity is that God gives a name an everlasting memorial, that each Jew is written in the palm of God’s hand never to be forgotten. “Yad Vashim” Hebrew from Isaiah 56:5. This is stunning. Solely by Jesus Christ and his righteousness, we see ourselves in this verse too. Our identity is in [...]

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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