The Office of Intercultural Ministries
The Office of Intercultural Ministries engages the church in its vision to become truly intercultural and practice cultural humility as we seek to better appreciate, reflect and engage in the communities around us. In collaboration with the Presbyterian Intercultural Network, this office inspires congregations and mid councils to develop strategies and coordinate efforts for intercultural ministries. By doing so, we assist the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in its efforts to become God's beloved community, building multiracial, multilingual and intercultural communities of faith and empowering congregations and mid councils to value, appreciate and celebrate all of God's children, from every race and culture.
Building multiracial, multilingual and multicultural communities of faith
Then people will come from east and west, from north and south, and will eat in the kingdom of God. (Luke 13:29)
Study Guide on Developing Regional Racial Ethnic Ministries:
Shifting Accountability for Racial Ethnic Ministries in the PC(USA) from Variety to Equity
THE INTERCULTURAL CHURCH: A Righteous Organism
“Moving ACTION from Organization to Organism…” was the theme of the 13th anniversary celebration of the Alliance of Congregational Transformation in Our Neighborhoods (ACTION), a grassroots community organization that seeks to unite faith groups, schools, non-profits, and other groups to work for social justice. I was there by invitation from members of First Presbyterian Church, Youngstown, Ohio.
The theme serves as a Call to Health, a rallying cry to organizations, especially the Christian church, to incline toward its earthly nature and purpose: the active Body of Christ in the world today. The operative word is active. Continue Reading.
Sermon, All Saints Day, November 1, 2015 at United Christian Parish of Reston, Reston, VA
Click here to listen: Surely God is Able - Rev. Sterling Morse
Sermon, February 8, 2015 at 1st Presbyterian Church, Champaign, IL
Click here to listen: Losing to Win - Rev. Sterling Morse