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  • Now Accepting Applications!

    Published October 1, 2014

    Now accepting applications for the 2015/2016 YAV year.

    Consider encouraging someone you know to apply today. 

    Apply Now!

    YAV 2015/2016 Deadlines: 

    Round 1: December 1, 2014 

    Deadline for National Sites

    Round 2: February 1, 2015 

    Application Deadline for National and International Sites 
    (NOTE: Round 2 is the only deadline for International Applications. Applications completed after February 1 are still eligible for service at one of our 15 national sites.)

    Round 3: May 1, 2015 

    Deadline for National Site Applications Only

    Contact the Young Adult Volunteer Office (800) 728-7228, x5024 or if you have any ...

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    From A Year of Service

  • I Want YOU!

    Published October 1, 2014

    I have been feeling a lot like the 1940s Uncle Sam poster that says, “I want you” with a big finger pointing at the reader. Except I was not alive in the 1940s, I’m not male and I’m not representing the government.

    Though, I am looking for YOU to join the Ambassador program.

    I want you to join me to increase support for, increase energy around and increase awareness of all the mission work funded by the 4 PCUSA Special Offerings.

    Volunteers will meet with pastors in their area, present to congregations, tell stories of the way the ...

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    From Daily Offerings

  • October 2014 - Reformed family called to ‘pray globally’ as it marks special days

    Published October 1, 2014

    October contains World Communion Sunday, Reformation Sunday and All Saints Day. While the Reformation is not just about the Reformed family of faith, I would like to share with you what some of our Reformed saints-in-the-making are doing in the world.

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    From Stated Clerk's Column

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