The Presbyterian Church USA Continues to Die, and We Love that It’s Happening!

The PCUSA is functionally one of the most heretical and demonic denominations in America. It has denigrated to basically one massive pen for goats, run by spiritual criminals and hirelings, with barely a sheep to be found anywhere. From Church Fasting from ‘Whiteness’ During Lent to Church Releases ‘Transgendered’ Remix of ‘Be Thou My Vision’, this pro-LGBTQIA&$#@!, pro-abortion cauldron of wokeness and deviant perversion runs neck in neck with the ELCA in a contest to see which denomination hates Jesus more, and they usually come on top.

It’s for this reason that we were extremely please to see that their General Assembly released the annual statistics for 2021, showing yet another drop in membership. As reported by Juicy Ecumenism, they dropped another 4.1% last year, bringing their numbers to just a smidge over 1 million. In fact, they’re down nearly 20% since 2016- something we love to see, with no end in sight, as an aging population financially supporting them dies out one by one. They further report.

“More than 20 percent of PCUSA congregations now number 25 or fewer members, and a total of 372 fewer ministers are serving compared to the previous year. A total of 10 new churches were planted across the entire denomination, while 104 were dissolved.”

Love it, love it, love it, love it, love it.

May they rest in irrelevancy for the rest of their days and may the people repent of their sins, get saved, and flee from this house of horrors into good churches to be disciplined and disciplined. Everything else?

May the denomination burn.

1 thought on “The Presbyterian Church USA Continues to Die, and We Love that It’s Happening!

  1. I was cancelled out of a job in July 2020 from one of these apostate churches (I didn’t know it at the time) the week before I was due to start the job because they didn’t like a pro-Trump FB post of mine. The committee chairman said “we have homosexuals and immigrants at our church.” Well, thankfully, the lost of the job was the best thing for me although I will confess the financial hit was devastating.

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