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Presbyterian Herald February 2022

Featured in this edition...
Walking the recovery road – A story of mental health recovery;
Salt of the earth – Report on the COP26 climate conference;
Let the little children come to me – Reflections on returning to children’s ministry;
Bible engagement for the whole family – Bible Society NI projects and resources.

   

Presbyterian Herald March 2022

Featured in this edition...
Down on the farm – Sowing the seeds of sustainability
At the heart of Ballygomartin – A congregation reaching out to the community in love
A community in grief – Reflecting on the murder of Ashling Murphy
Every nation, tribe and people – Racism and the church

   

Presbyterian Herald April 2022

Featured in this edition...
I believe in death – Easter reflection from the Moderator
For such a time as this… God’s people amidst the Ukraine crisis – How PCI partners are helping
Time to move – Windsor Presbyterian moves on
A ministry of presence for farmers – PCI’s new rural chaplain

   

Presbyterian Herald May 2022

Featured in this edition...
A time to talk…and a time to act – PCI talks education
A class act – A story of church and school partnership in Ballymena
Living emergency – Ruth Sanderson contemplates the rising cost of living
In the balance – Rediscovering a more regular pattern to church activities

   

Presbyterian Herald June 2022

Featured in this edition...
New job, same John – Interview with Moderator-designate John Kirkpatrick
A church without walls – Donegal Presbyterian thinks outside of the box
Reconciling all things on earth – Interview with Ruth Valerio
Hardship and desperation – A report on the difficulties facing people in Syria and Lebanon