Forms and applications
Guidelines and instructions on using grants from fund 70047.
Presbyterians will join our Ecumenical Women partners to advocate for justice for women at the 59th Session of the United Nations Comission on the Status of Women.
The 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women will tentatively meet on March 9-20, 2015. A PC(USA) orientation will be held on the Friday before the Commission meets. The NGO Committee on the Status of Women will organize a NGO Forum that usually includes a consultation day prior to the Commission and parallel events held during the meeting of the Commission. The Commission will meet at the UN headquarters ...
National Presbyterian Men’s Ministry Application for Church Men’s Group Charter
Through your church's annual membership in Presbyterian Men ($75 annual dues) you are providing funds essential to program development.
10 reasons for your church to charter with Presbyterian Men
- Keeps your men informed regarding news of Presbyterian Men's events and issues
- Provides your church with ideas on how to involve more men in church leadership and programs
- Helps your church with ideas and resources on how to attract young men into active church membership
- Helps your men better understand their roles as fathers and husbands
- Helps ...
The General Assembly Committee on Ecumenical & Interreligious Relations continually needs people who are interested in serving our church in committees, delegations, etc. We keep a database with Presbyterians who are interested in been considered for this opportunities.
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
General Assembly Nominating Committee
Application for Nomination Form
Explanation of how a Student Loan Grant/Deferment works for young adult volunteers.
Please scan or email completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also fax the completed form to 502-569-8963 or mail to:
Presbyterian Peacemaking Program
100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202
The Office of Church Growth, in partnership with the Presbyterian Hunger Program provides scholarships up to $500 to help Presbyterians attend training events run by the national networks of community organizing (such as IAF, PICO, DART and Gamaliel Foundation).
The Small Church and Community Ministry Office, in partnership with the Presbyterian Hunger Program provides scholarships up to $500 to help Presbyterians attend training events run by the national networks of community organizing (such as IAF, PICO, DART and Gamaliel Foundation).
The application form for a grant to help repay student loans while serving as a YAV.