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B. Mark Moore, charter EPC Teaching Elder, dies at 91

Benjamin Mark Moore of Aurora, Colo., one of 37 Teaching Elders to attend the EPC’s first General Assembly in 1981, died October 23 after a lengthy illness. He also served on the inaugural Missions Consultation Interim Committee. A native of Huntington, Ind., Moore served as assistant ...

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November 9 set for International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted

The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) has named the first two Sundays in November as the 2014 International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted. More than 100 million Christians worldwide face persecution for their faith in Jesus Christ. “Christians in Eritrea, Nigeria, India, Pakistan, Sudan, ...

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EPC World Outreach Director Transition Nears Completion

The transition of Rev. Phil Linton into the EPC World Outreach Director position to replace Rev. George Carey is near completion. The transition began on June 1, 2014 and the two of them have shared the responsibilities since then as Carey’s second three-year term ends on December 31st. With ...

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World Outreach seeks Associate Director

World Outreach is seeking an Associate Director to serve at the Livonia, Michigan office of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC). The growing World Outreach ministry currently supports 139 global workers (and their families) in 25 countries around the world. The 2013 budget for this ...

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Outreach Magazine names two EPC churches to “Outreach 100” list

Outreach Magazine has recognized Cherry Hills Community Church in Highlands Ranch, Colo., as the fastest-growing and 88th largest church in America for 2014. In addition, Hope Presbyterian Church in Cordova, Tenn., was named the 76th largest church, with an average attendance of ...

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Ebola relief fund launched to help in Sierra Leone

With the Ebola pandemic raging in the west African nations of Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea, and beyond, the EPC has launched an emergency relief fund to help minister in Sierra Leone though its partnership with EduNations. A resident of Rokassa, Sierra Leone, where several EduNations students ...

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EPC World Outreach Encounter - December 5-7

The EPC World Outreach Encounter is happening on December 5-7, 2014 in Michigan.  It is a weekend opportunity to learn what it takes to become an EPC WO missionary.  You or anyone you know serious?  We will cover expenses...  READ ...

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EPC giving to Iraqi Christian relief surpasses $75,000

An indigenous Iraqi ministry distributes both food and spiritual sustenance to Iraqi’s displaced people. As of October 16, EPC churches and individuals have given more than $75,000 to support Iraqi Christian relief through Christian Aid Mission (CAM). These gifts are supplying displaced ...

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FREE book to the first 100 who respond!

Greg Livingstone’s book, “The Muslim World: A Presbyterian Mandate” will be sent free of charge by EPC World Outreach to the first 100 people who request it and who send an email address with a mailing address to . Since September 11, 2001, a myriad of books, magazine articles, ...

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EPC Benefits News – IMPORTANT UPDATE

Open Enrollment is just around the corner, October 20 through November 14, and there are changes to Open Enrollment this year. Everyone must enroll. Yes, everyone! This includes anyone wanting to continue coverage in 2015. This is different than in years past as we are requiring a ...

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