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Margaret J. Thomas

Executive Director

MN-Council-of-Churches

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MN Council of Churches

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Background Information

Employment History

Deputy Executive Director

UPC/GAMC


Executive

Minnesota Council of Churches


Executive

Synod of Lakes and Prairies


Affiliations

Advisory Committee on the Constitution

Member and Moderator


Pensions and Presbyterian Foundation

Board Member


Web References(18 Total References)


Echoings

www.langmarc.com [cached]

-Reverend Margaret Thomas, Exec. Director, MN Council of Churches


News and Views

www.presbyvoicesforjustice.org [cached]

An Evangelical responds to Margaret Thomas' analysis of the claims of a crisis in the PC(USA) [2-25-11]
The Rev. Robert Campbell, pastor of Tully Memorial Presbyterian Church in Sharon Hill, PA, has written a thoughtful comment on Margaret Thomas' recent essay on "Governance in a Time of Ferment," in which she raises questions about the letter from a number of Evangelical tall-steeple pastors which claims that the PC(USA) in "deathly ill." Margaret Thomas has served the Presbyterian Church in a variety of roles over many years. Now honorably retired and living in Minneapolis, she was the Deputy Executive Director of the UPC/GAMC, and then executive of the Synod of Lakes and Prairies. She then served as executive of the Minnesota Council of Churches, and during that time she became a member and moderator of both the GA Permanent Judicial Commission and the Advisory Committee on the Constitution. Out of this broad and deep experience, she offers some of her insights on the proposed new Form of Government - both describing its positive aspects and pointing to two proposed changes that could undermine the whole distinctive style of governance in the Presbyterian Church (USA). She has also written a short essay commenting specifically on the proposed new Form of Government, now being considered in the presbyteries.


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Rev. Margaret J. Thomas, Twin Cities Area


The study of discernment and the importance of spiritual devotions in the book Echoing: From the Bible in Literature.

www.langmarc.com [cached]

—Reverend Margaret Thomas, Exec. Director, MN Council of Churches


Archive for February

www.presbyvoicesforjustice.org [cached]

An Evangelical responds to Margaret Thomas' analysis of the claims of a crisis in the PC(USA)
The Rev. Robert Campbell, pastor of Tully Memorial Presbyterian Church in Sharon Hill, PA, has written a thoughtful comment on Margaret Thomas' recent essay on "Governance in a Time of Ferment," in which she raises questions about the letter from a number of Evangelical tall-steeple pastors which claims that the PC(USA) in "deathly ill." Margaret Thomas has served the Presbyterian Church in a variety of roles over many years. Now honorably retired and living in Minneapolis, she was the Deputy Executive Director of the UPC/GAMC, and then executive of the Synod of Lakes and Prairies. She then served as executive of the Minnesota Council of Churches, and during that time she became a member and moderator of both the GA Permanent Judicial Commission and the Advisory Committee on the Constitution. Out of this broad and deep experience, she offers some of her insights on the proposed new Form of Government - both describing its positive aspects and pointing to two proposed changes that could undermine the whole distinctive style of governance in the Presbyterian Church (USA). She has also written a short essay commenting specifically on the proposed new Form of Government, now being considered in the presbyteries.


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