The Presbytery of Chicago Preview is a twice-monthly newsletter of coming events, relevant to ministers, lay leaders, and congregations within the Presbytery. Many events are sponsored or initiated by churches or committees – others come from partner organizations. It lifts up these ministries in an effort to connect.
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To submit upcoming workshops, events, application deadlines, etc to the Preview, your information should be received by 1st or 3rd Monday on the month. The Preview goes out the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month.
How much in advance of your event should you submit the information? Promotions will be run for a set number of issues based on their scope:
- Individual Church – up to 3 issues
- Covenant or Presbytery-wide – up to 4 issues
- Synod level – up to 5 issues
- National and General Assembly – up to 6 issues
Click here to submit a complete promotion. Make sure that the information you submit would be understandable to a new-comer to this presbytery.
Published five times a year, this paper newsletter reports on happenings within this presbytery and its churches, telling the stories of people doing Christ’s work. Contiene una sección en español.
Download the current issue: April 2013
We’d like to include some of your stories and photos in upcoming issues of the Presbytery’s newsletter, Our Common Ministry. Please contact interim editor Zabrina Santiago Lindsay at (773)320-1827 or email@example.com and let her know what’s happening in your corner of the Presbytery. Don’t keep all that good news to yourself – share it!
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