Nicea and Shenango: A Necessary Relationship in Uncertain Times

“Nicea and Shenango: A Necessary Relationship in Uncertain Times.”  The Christian Education Committee of Shenango Presbytery is hosting a free luncheon for all Teaching Elders of Shenango Presbytery, and any other interested Church leaders, at Tuscany Square in Neshannock on Wednesday, May 14th,  from 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM.  ‘Nicea and Shenango’ will focus on the Reformed Faith’s tradition of going back to the sources, ad fontes, when our church is facing a difficult and uncertain time.  As the PC USA continues to push for major theological shifts, Shenango Presbytery is reminded of The Nicene Creed and asked to rediscover its beauty and power in a time of uncertainty.  

Rev. Dr. Kang Na will guide us in our journey back to The Nicene Creed, focusing on the “one Lord Jesus Christ” and the “one holy, catholic and apostolic church.”  Additional emphasis in discussion will be on confessing The Nicene Creed  in worship and the teaching of The Nicene Creed to the church.  

In addition, we are asking that you use The Nicene Creed as part of your personal daily devotions beginning between Easter Sunday and Thursday, May 1st, and continuing through the morning of the event.  

Buffet items include: Sandwiches, Pizza, salads, and beverages.  Reservations must be received by Tuesday, May 6th to Aaron Christy at 724-654-6657 or  Please specify any dietary needs when making your reservation.  Thank you.

                                -The Christian Education Committee of the Shenango Presbytery.

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The Presbytery of Shenango serves 49 churches in Mercer and Lawrence Counties of western Pennsylvania.

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