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Forms and applications

  • NNPCW event scholarship application

    From Presbyterian Mission Agency Women's Leadership Development & Young Women's Ministries

    Scholarships are available to young women ages 18-25 to attend conferences and workshops as a representative of NNPCW. Events should be geared toward young adults or women.

    By attending conferences, you can connect with other church leaders, deepen your understanding of PC(USA) and specific ministries and engage in fellowship.

    The scholarships provide financial assistance to defray the cost for registration fees and travel expenses.

    Recipients of the scholarships are expected to attend events as NNPCW representatives and to complete a brief report to help other young college-age women learn from their experiences.

    The deadline is rolling, but scholarships are ...

  • National Council of Presbyterian Men Pledge Card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMen of the Church

    A Spanish version of the National Council of Presbyterian Men Pledge Card.

  • National YAV medical insurance

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyYoung Adult Volunteers

    This pamphlet for young adult volunteers contains a brief summary of the features and benefits for insured participants. Also use this form for processing medical claims.

  • New Immigrants and Emerging Ministries PC(USA) contact update form

    From Presbyterian Mission Agency

    To better connect with PC(USA) New Immigrants and Emerging Ministries, we are updating our current databases and request for you to fill out this update form.

  • New Worshiping Communities Growth Grant

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Program Grants

    The Growth Grant supports and encourages new worshiping communities whose process of faithful discernment has led them to establish a new ministry, responsive to the needs of a new group of people, with the ultimate goal of growing a viable and sustainable new congregation.

    At least eighteen months after receipt of an Investment Grant, a one-time Growth Grant of up to $25,000 is possible and will provide for the next eighteen months.  Approval of a Growth Grant is conditioned upon significant progress being made toward meeting the goals and objectives as outlined in the Investment Grant proposal.  A dollar-for-dollar ...

  • New Worshiping Communities Health Insurance Grant

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Program Grants

    This grant program provides supplemental funding to the partner congregation and/or presbytery in support of new church organizing pastors or new worshiping community leaders who would not otherwise be able to afford health insurance.  These grants are limited to new congregations and new worshiping communities that are related to the Presbyterian Church (USA), are located within the United States and Puerto Rico and were ordinarily established no earlier than July 2010.

  • New Worshiping Communities Investment Grant

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Program Grants

    These grants are intended to support operating/program purposes such as salary and benefits, insurance, rent, educational materials, etc... These grants are limited to new worshiping communities that are related to the Presbyterian Church (USA), located within the United States and Puerto Rico and were ordinarily established no earlier than July 2010.

    At least one year after receipt of a Seed Grant, a one-time Investment Grant of up to $25,000 is possible and will provide for the next eighteen months.  Approval of Investment Grants is conditioned upon real progress toward completing the tasks set forth in Starting New Worshiping ...

  • New Worshiping Communities Seed Grant

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Program Grants

    These grants are intended to support operating/program purposes such as salary and benefits, insurance, rent, educational materials, etc... These grants are limited to new worshiping communities that are related to the Presbyterian Church (USA), located within the United States and Puerto Rico and were ordinarily established no earlier than July 2010.

    New worshiping communities may apply for a one-time Seed Grant of up to $7,500.  Matching funds are not required.  This grant is designed to encourage the birth of new worshiping communities through congregations and presbyteries rather than to fund the expansion or support of existing congregations or ...

  • Nomination Form - Economic Crisis Study Team

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyAdvisory Committee on Social Witness Policy

    Nomination Form - Economic Crisis Study Team of the Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy (ACSWP)

  • Nomination Form - Peacemaking Study Group

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyAdvisory Committee on Social Witness Policy

    Nomination Form - Participants for Peacemaking Discernment Study (2010-2014)

    This is a policy and program process involving many components coordinated by a steering team jointly selected by the Peacemaking Program and the Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy (ACSWP).

    This form is not only for prospective steering team members, but for persons wanting to work on other tasks of discernment and engagement in non-violence, peace education, analysis of international and military dynamics, and program assessment.

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