What does Pennsylvania’s new face mask order mean for churches?

July 2, 2020 | No comments | Posted in Church, Health | Tags: , , ,

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has issued an updated order for face coverings and now churches across Pennsylvania are wondering how this new order pertains to churches and church life. Here are three points to help you understand this new order 1. Face Covering Order Outdoor church meeting: If attendees are socially distanced from non-family… Read more »

SCOTUS Affirms School Choice [Press Release]

June 30, 2020 | 1 comment | Posted in Uncategorized | Tags:

Harrisburg, PA   – The Pennsylvania Family Institute applauds the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Espinoza v. Montana case, which holds that Montana’s exclusion of religious schools from state scholarship programs funded by tax credits violates the US Constitution. Michael Geer, President of the Pennsylvania Family Institute issued the following statement: “Private Christian and… Read more »

Profits Before Safety: SCOTUS Sides with Abortionists Over Women’s Health [Press Release]

June 29, 2020 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Supreme Court | Tags: , , ,

(HARRISBURG, PA) Pennsylvania Family Institute is disappointed by today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Russo v June Medical Services LLC, striking down a Louisiana law aimed at protecting women’s health at abortion clinics. “This is a terrible day for women’s health,” says Randall Wenger, Chief Counsel of the Pennsylvania Family Institute. “It’s bad enough that… Read more »

City on the Hill 2020 Update

June 11, 2020 | No comments | Posted in Uncategorized | Tags:

A Special Announcement regarding City On The Hill 2020 Dear Friend, We have truly been looking forward to our 20th anniversary City On The Hill Youth Leadership and Worldview Conference, and to hosting a great group of teens from across Pennsylvania.  A lineup of excellent speakers was set, an enthusiastic base of returning students was… Read more »

Prayer Gathering for ‘Justice, Mercy and Humility’ at the State Capitol steps Saturday June 6 at 11 AM

June 5, 2020 | No comments | Posted in Uncategorized | Tags:

(HARRISBURG, PA – June 5, 2020) Local church leaders and pastors will host a statewide Prayer Gathering open to the public on the steps of the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg this Saturday, June 6th at 11 am. “We need to come together as the church and act,” says Kurt Weaver, Director of the Church Ambassador Network,… Read more »

Local Pastors, Churches Organizing Statewide Prayer Gathering in Harrisburg on Saturday, June 6th

June 4, 2020 | No comments | Posted in Uncategorized | Tags:

At the steps of the Capitol, local churches and believers will come together to pray. WHO: Local churches and Christians from across Pennsylvania, helped organized by the Church Ambassador Network. WHAT: Prayer gathering to pray for justice, mercy and humility in our country, state and communities. WHERE: Capitol steps, Downtown Harrisburg (3rd and State) WHEN:… Read more »

Tuesday Primary Election Results – Still Waiting…

June 4, 2020 | No comments | Posted in Politics, Voting | Tags: , , , ,

As we look at Pennsylvania election results, one thing is clear: It was an unusually confusing election, due to the unprecedented number of mail-in ballots (new this year) and the COVID-19 crisis. The other surprise in the midst of this – or perhaps because of it – was the effect of the out-of-the-blue announcement by… Read more »

Voter Guide – PAFamilyVoter.com

June 1, 2020 | No comments | Posted in Uncategorized | Tags:

Today is the Pennsylvania Primary Election – Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Primary elections are critical, as each party (Democrat or Republican) selects who will best represent their constituency in the November election.  You may still vote in person. However, some polling locations are being moved due to the pandemic. Click here to check your polling place.  Do… Read more »

Is Pittsburgh saying this is more dangerous than COVID-19?

May 19, 2020 | No comments | Posted in abortion | Tags:

By: Jeremy Samek In Pittsburgh, authorities suggest that keeping a distance of 6 feet from others should help keep one safe from COVID-19, a highly contagious disease.  However, the city requires no less than two and a half times that distance to be “safe” from pro-life speech. The 6 feet of separation for COVID-19 is… Read more »

Pa Family Institute Voter’s Guide is now available

May 14, 2020 | No comments | Posted in Uncategorized | Tags:

On June 2, thousands of Pennsylvanians will cast their ballots in the Primary election. Make sure you’re one of them—register to vote by Monday, May 18th. You can do so online, and typically it takes less than ten minutes. Primary elections are critical, as you are selecting who will represent your registered party (Democrat or… Read more »