Forms and applications

  • 10 Things You Can Do to Stop Sexual Violence

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyWorld Mission

    All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ, and has given us the ministry of reconciliation. —2 Corinthians 5:18

    As followers of Christ, we honor and celebrate the image of God in all people. As Presbyterians, we are called to open spaces in our hearts, families, communities, and churches to promote healing and reconciliation for those most at risk and marginalized. As children of God, we recognize that remaining silent about sexual violence is no longer an option.

  • Presbyterian Women in the Presbyteries 2016 Mission Pledge Form (Word version)

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterian Women

    Leaders at each level play different roles in educating Presbyterian Women about the PW Mission Pledge and in collecting the pledges. Presbyterian Women in the Presbytery report the total amount pledged in PW in the Congregations and their PW in the Presbytery. Download the PW in the Presbytery Mission Pledge Form to report the total pledges to PW at the national level; mail by December 1, 2015.

    This form is a Word document that may be altered to meet the needs of your group. It is also available as an electronically fillable document (using Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat).

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  • Presbyterian Women in the Congregations 2016 Mission Pledge Form (Word version)

    From Presbyterian Mission Agency

    Leaders at each level play different roles in educating Presbyterian Women about the PW Mission Pledge and in collecting the pledges. Some PW in the Presbyteries ask PW in the Congregations (PWCs) to use a PWC Mission Pledge form to track the total pledge of their group. Download the PWC Mission Pledge to send to your PW in the Presbytery treasurer (or whoever is responsible for mission pledge) by November 15, 2015.

    This form is a Word document that may be altered to meet the needs of your group. It is also available as an electronically fillable document (using Adobe ...

  • Presbyterian Women in the Congregations 2016 Mission Pledge Form (PDF version)

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterian Women

    Leaders at each level play different roles in educating Presbyterian Women about the PW Mission Pledge and in collecting the pledges. Some PW in the Presbyteries ask PW in the Congregations (PWCs) to use a PWC Mission Pledge form to track the total pledge of their group. Download the PWC Mission Pledge to send to your PW in the Presbytery treasurer (or whoever is responsible for mission pledge) by November 15, 2015.

    This form is electronically fillable with Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat, and is also available as a Word document that may be altered to meet the needs and ...

  • Presbyterian Women in the Presbyteries 2016 Mission Pledge Form (PDF version)

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterian Women

    Leaders at each level play different roles in educating Presbyterian Women about the PW Mission Pledge and in collecting the pledges. Presbyterian Women in the Presbytery report the total amount pledged in PW in the Congregations and their PW in the Presbytery. Download the PW in the Presbytery Mission Pledge Form to report the total pledges to PW at the national level; mail by December 1, 2015.

    This form is electronically fillable with Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat, and is also available as a Word document that may be altered to meet the needs of your group.

    This is a ...

  • Application for community organizing training scholarships

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyChurch Growth and Transformation

    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).

  • March for Justice and Peace pledge form

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterian Women

    Step out for justice and peace!
    Participate in the PW March for Justice and Peace at the Churchwide Gathering, Saturday, June 20, 2015, in Minneapolis. The march will be held from 5 to 6 pm. If you are attending the Gathering, download theis pledge form, line up your pledges ahead of time, then gather in the courtyard at Westminster Presbyterian Church, just one block from the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis (where the Gathering is being held). If you won't be at the Gathering, sponsor someone who will be. Pledges will benefit CARE and Presbyterian Ministry at the UN.

  • PW Scrapbook Project Photo Release

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterian Women

    PW's Mission Scrapbook Project will create an digital mission scrapbook of Presbyterian Women's diverse and faithful mission work. As you create a 12″ x 12″ scrapbook page that highlights PW mission in your congregation, presbytery or synod, use this photo release for all people pictured.

    Congregations may submit one scrapbook page; presbyteries and synods may submit up to three each. Bring the photo release(s) and scrapbook page(s) to the 2015 Churchwide Gathering in Minneapolis, or mail to Presbyterian Women, attn. Kathy Reeves, 100 Witherspoon St., Louisville, KY 40202.

  • Birthday Offering grant application (Word version)

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterian Women

    Birthday Offering grants range from $100,000 to $300,000. Grant requests come from a variety of sources including PC(USA) governing bodies, health agencies, overseas churches, ecumenical councils, community groups, educational institutions and church related groups. Projects must meet the criteria established by Presbyterian Women.

    Submit this Creative Ministries Offering Committee grant application no later than May 15 and be sure to check the box on page 3 that indicates you are applying for a Birthday Offering grant.

  • Thank Offering grant application (Word version)

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterian Women

    Thank Offering grants range from $5,000 to $50,000. Grant requests come from a variety of sources including PC(USA) governing bodies, health agencies, overseas churches, ecumenical councils, community groups, educational institutions and church related groups. The offering funds projects such as agricultural development, child care, community organization, criminal justice, drug counseling, economic justice, elderly care, employment training, homelessness, literacy, violence and women’s concerns. At least 40 percent of this offering supports health ministries throughout the world. Projects must meet the criteria established by Presbyterian Women.

    Submit this Creative Ministries Offering Committee grant application no later than September ...

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