Brochures and cards
Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers the Revs. Shelvis and Nancy Smith-Mather. The card includes a photo of them and an overview of their work with RECONCILE (Resource Center for Civil Leadership), an indigenous ecumenical Christian organization, which promotes “peace-building.” RECONCILE provides training in trauma recovery, conflict transformation, and civic education in areas of high inter-ethnic conflict. The card has information on how to support Presbyterian mission.
A resource sheet for socially responsible investing.
Learn the necessary steps to becoming a certified Christian educator with the PC(USA).
Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-worker Suzette Goss-Geffrard. The card includes a photo and overview of her work.
As a facilitator for the Presbyterian response in Haiti, Suzette serves as a link between Presbyterians in the Unites States and their partners in Haiti. She coordinates groups who come to Haiti to learn more about the country and to help rebuild Haitian communities that continue to recover from the devastating 2010 earthquake. “The ministry God has called me to with the Presbyterian Church brings together a lifetime of experience and knowledge in cross-cultural lifestyle,” she says.
Discover God at work in ten new church developments who are passionate about sharing Jesus and serving their communities.
Being a good pastor is more than what one does. Good ministry cannot be defined by a list of actions in a particular call. What one does as a pastor must flow from who one is as a person called by God. This sense of vocation infuses the actions of the individual, transcends any job description and grants the freedom and resources necessary to fulfill the promise to serve “with energy, intelligence, imagination and love” as proscribed in the Book of Order (W-4.4003.h).
Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers Tim and Marta Carriker. The card includes a photo of them and an overview of their work.
Tim and Marta seek to encourage the Brazilian missionary movement, which has more than 5,000 personnel serving around the world. Their work involves development, teaching, writing, consulting, accompaniment of PC(USA) mission trips and conference speaking. Most of their ministry is with the Independent Presbyterian Church of Brazil, but they also work with other church bodies.
Share this brochure of information on how to volunteer for Big Tent.
- Information Kiosks/Assisting Attendees
- Exhibit Hall Set-up/Take-down
- Workshop Assistance
- Worship Preparation/Ushers
- Children and Youth Program Set-up/Take-down
- Misc Opportunities
How to Volunteer
- Go to registration.
- If you have an account on the PC(USA) website, log in using this account. If you do not already have a user name and password for the PC(USA) website you will be given the opportunity to create one.
- Register as “Volunteer”
- Choose when and where you would like to volunteer.
- For each volunteer “shift,” volunteers will ...
Well Chosen Words, a guide to understanding and using inclusive language, developed by the Racial Ethnic and Women’s Ministries/PW ministry area in consultation with the Advocacy Committee on Women’s Concerns, cites Galatians 3:27-28 in which Paul asserts, “As many of you as were baptized into Christ have clothed yourself with Christ ... for all of you are one in Christ Jesus.” Inclusive language allows all God’s children to be one in Christ Jesus.
The guide encourages language choices that proclaim the fullness of God, outlining traditional depictions as well as newer images to describe God, Jesus ...
This brochure discusses the work of the Independent Abuse Review Panel (IARP) and offers suggestions on how you can help the victims.
From the brochure: “MK survivors have discovered that healing is possible when the secret is brought to light, when those who care about them acknowledge the truth of their experience, when the church reaches out and says, ‘This should not have happened.’”