Forms and applications
Approximately 20 Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) youth and adults will be selected to serve as volunteer production team members. Deadline for application is October 28, 2011.
REYWT is a network of racial ethnic young women, and the 12 members of the Core Team, the decision-making body of REYWT, reflect the diversity of today’s church. The Core Team develops and provides resources that promote racial ethnic young women as a more recognizable and vital group within the PC(USA).
Scholarships are available to young women of color who want to attend PC(USA) conferences. By attending these 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.
Please submit both sides of the scholarship application 8-10 weeks prior to the specific event within Racial Ethnic & Women’s Ministries.
Please submit this grant application including back up documentation when applying for a grant within Racial Ethnic & Women’s Ministries.
A summary report of the annual consultation completed by the CPM and the inquirer/candidate that indicates developmental progress in the five key areas along with growth objectives agreed to for the next year. Designed for use by enrollees before, during and after theological education. Completed report is sent to enrollee, theological institution and sponsoring session. Pages 24-25 of the application.
Form used to report to the Office of Resourcing Committees on Preparation for Ministry particular action of the presbytery committee relative to the withdrawal, removal, or ordination of enrolled persons. Page 38 of application
We, the undersigned, want to communicate directly to Congressmember ____________________, that we support comprehensive immigration reform at the federal level, which includes at least the following:
*A broad-based legalization of eligible undocumented of all nationalities,
*Reform of our family-based immigration system to ensure family reunification,
*Reform of our employment-based immigration system to more readily address our need for workers,
*Assurance of due process rights of immigrants, and
*Effective, efficient and humane border security.
Visit the 22oth General Assembly (2012) Web site.
Form for requesting a exhibit space at the 220th General Assembly (2012) of the PC(USA). Deadline for receipt is January 25, 2012.
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