Use the "Learn" section of the Presbyterian Intercultural Network website to take advantage of the many resources we've gathered to provide you with abundant opportunities to learn more about what we mean by "intercultural," explore related issues, discover external resources, and keep up with current postings on the subject.
Click here to investigate as deeply as you'd like!
We really want you to contribute to the collection of worship resources we've assembled and placed under "Worship." With your help, this will be a part of the website that will continually grow.
In the meantime...
The Presbyterian Intercultural Network went through the Glory to God hymnal and compiled an ethnically/culturally sorted index for you. We also have a list of hymns and songs that can be found in other sources, and a collection of liturgical resources that covers all parts of the order of worship.
Click here to use and enjoy!
In this section you'll find lesson plans, learning activities, workshop models, and more that the Presbyterian Intercultural Network hopes you will use, adapt, modify, and change to fit your particular context and needs.
Material will be added as it is developed and used at conferences and churches, or supplied by YOU!
Click here so you can start preparing your lessons.
We share in the "Try this!" section some of the things we've tried in our churches, and some things that we've only imagined. But what we hope is that you will share what you've dreamed and done and send it on to us so it can be shared here.
It will make this part of the Presbyterian Intercultural Networkwebsite SO much better!
Click here to see what we have as of today.
We can't "Ignite a Movement" by ourselves.
The Spirit lights in the heart of a person here, and a person there,
the dream of an intercultural, inclusive, church, one "Beloved Community."
As it grows in them, they pass the spark along to others,
the light spreads, the movement catches fire,
and it blazes into life.
Catch the vision.
Join the effort.
Light the fire.
Ignite a movement!
About the Presbyterian Intercultural Network (PIN)