A conservative Presbyterian denomination formed in response to Presbyterian Church (USA)'s increasing acceptance of homosexuality has reached the milestone of 300 member congregations.
A congregation once affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) has voted to leave the mainline denomination and join the more conservative Evangelical Presbyterian Church.
First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, a 2,600-member congregation, may depart from Presbyterian Church (USA) over the denomination's increasing acceptance of homosexuality.
A Missouri congregation has voted to leave Presbyterian Church (USA) over the Mainline denomination's "theological controversies," including its growing acceptance of homosexuality.
Presbyterian Church (USA)'s eighth largest member congregation voted this month to leave the Mainline denomination over theological differences and join the Evangelical Covenant of Presbyterians, a conservative denomination that has...