Brochures and cards
This resource, developed in 2005, includes facts, tips, scripture references, and encouragement to avoid buying bottled water in disposable plastic bottles. Developed by Presbyterians for Earth Care in conjunction with some PCUSA programs, this brochure helps us to think about our stewardship of God's creation through our use of water.
The new Presbyterian Giving Catalog provides examples of how your generosity can help make an impact around the world. With examples like goats, chicks or new wells providing clean drinking water, the catalog will directly connect your church with those benefiting from your gifts.
This brochure provides an overview of the comprehensive immigration that the General Assembly has called for.
Use these pledge cards in the fall of 2013 to gather Mission Pledge commitments from members of your PW in the Congregation for the 2014 Mission Pledge.These cards are part of the 2014 Mission Pledge Packet.
The cards may be used in any way helpful to your group and giving practices. Consider the following model for use.
- In fall 2013, distribute envelopes with pledge cards inside to each person (#10 envelopes work well). Ask each person to write her/his name on the outside of the envelope, prayerfully decide how much to give to the PW Mission Pledge in ...
Join Presbyterian efforts to end the exploitation of children as soldiers. Find information about the issue and how you can become involved as well as a description of how to participate in the Red Hands Campaign.
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 ...
PHEWA’s Presbyterians for Disability Concerns (PDC) Network co-sponsors this conference and community conversation, meant for congregations & worshiping communities, community organizations & agencies, families, caregivers, faith based organizations, and service providers who believe we are better together and want to include people with disabilities. Discover how we can partner together in our communities to make inclusion a reality. Learn strategies for inclusion and make connections with others who share the same vision.
Download the flier to read more and to access conference registration.
Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers Andrés Garcia and Gloria Salaza. The card includes a photo and overview of their work.
Andrés and Gloria are serving as the U.S. Coordinators for Puentes de Cristo, a binational ministry that serves the border area of McAllen, Texas, and Reynosa, Mexico. They help Presbyterians in the United States and Mexican Christians work together in joint mission. Puentes de Cristo is involved with evangelism and new church development, self-development projects, children’s ministries, and mission education.
Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers Cobbie and Dessa Palm. The card includes a photo and overview of their work.
Dessa coordinates the Theater for Evangelism and Advocacy, a ministry of the United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP), which seeks to train church workers and members to creatively communicate the gospel and bear witness to the transformative role of a caring and compassionate church. Cobbie serves as a mission facilitator for the UCCP, leading seminars throughout the Philippines that seek to enhance pastors’ skills in church development and revitalization. He also develops curriculum and teaches ...
Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-worker Rev. Kathleen Griffin. The card includes a photo and overview of her work.
Katie teaches at the Instituto Superior Evangelico de Estudios Teologicos (ISEDET) in Buenos Aires, a school that serves nine denominations. In addition to serving at ISEDET, Katie has taught theology to aboriginal people in Chaco and Formosa provinces. Her special concern for the plight of women in Argentina is reflected in her vocation as a professor and her commitment as a Christian believer.