Resources and Links
The Presbyterian Mission Yearbook for Prayer & Study, the denomination’s mission devotional, features stories from around the corner and around the globe. Thousands of Presbyterians use it every day to learn about other ministries, to be encouraged by the witness of others and to connect with and pray for them as they serve.
Upper Room is published by the United Methodist Upper Room, this daily devotional gives you a scripture passage, words for meditation and prayer. Use this to start your day, take a break during lunch, or bring closure to your day.
This website provides a slideshow of words and images described to “bring you a little closer to heaven… a gentle reminder that we are not alone.”
A daily online devotional series, was created and is produced by Passport, Inc. Passport is a student ministry organization focused on creating meaningful experiences and resources for students. From Youth and Children’s camps, to international awareness and youth leader training events, Passport, Inc. gives students a chance to see and experience their world in new ways. d365.org is sponsored by three denominational partners: the Congregational Life office of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, the Youth and Young Adult Ministries of the Presbyterian Church (USA), The Program Center for Lifelong Christian Formation of The Episcopal Church.
Being Presbyterian (USA) is an important part of who we are at Hudson. Please use the links below to find out a little more about our heritage as a church, our Constitution which guides and governs us, and the seal which identifies us.
A general guide to the Presbyterian Church (USA)
Book of Confessions
The Book of Confessions is Part I of our Constitution. It has the Creeds, Confessions, and Catechisms which have shaped what we believe over centuries.
The book of Order is Part II of our Constitution. The Book of Order is made up of three parts: Form of Government, Directory for Worship, and the Rules of Discipline. It is a living document which has undergone many changes throughout its history.