Forms and applications

  • 2015 The Clerk's Annual Questionnaire

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    The Clerk's Annual Questionnaire is run by the Research Services department of the Presbyterian Mission Agency, as a supplement to the Office of the General Assembly's Annual Statistical Report. You may complete the questionnaire online by clicking the link below (English, Spanish, and Korean), or by downloading the PDF and mailing it to us. For paper copies of the Spanish or Korean survey, contact us.

    https://caq2015.pcusa.org   

    Contact Research Services with your questions concerning the Clerk’s Annual Questionnaire.

  • Personal Information Form

    From Office of the General AssemblyChurch Leadership Connection

    Personal Information Form (PIF) in PDF format.

  • 2015 PW CSW Leadership Development Grant Travel Expense Reimbursement Form, pdf

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterian Women

    If you are approved for a 2015 PW CSW leadership development grant, which will be disbursed AFTER the event, you must turn in your receipts for reimbursable expenses, along with a completed expense reimbursement form, in order to receive grant monies as reimbursement for your expenses. Download the PDF version of the form below. For the Excel file, click here.

  • 2015 PW CSW Leadership Development Grant Travel Expense Reimbursement Form

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterian Women

    If you are approved for a 2015 PW CSW leadership development grant, which will be disbursed AFTER the event, you must turn in your receipts for reimbursable expenses, along with a completed expense reimbursement form, in order to receive grant monies as reimbursement for your expenses. Download the Excel file below. For the PDF version, click here.

  • 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 ...

  • 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 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.

  • GA221 Reporting Form

    From Office of the General Assembly221st General Assembly (2014)

    Download the form for reporting presbytery voting on proposed amendments to the Constitution. If the presbytery votes on amendments at more than one meeting, you may wait until all votes have been completed and report once. To report after each presbytery meeting simply copy the form and transmit the votes.

  • Presbytery Ecumenical and Interreligious Liaisons

    From Office of the General Assembly

    The purpose of the Ecumenical and Interfaith Interreligious Liaison Network is to provide for two-way communication between Presbyterians on the ground, who are leading ecumenical involvement, and the General Assembly Committee on Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations (GACEIR). This will better facilitate the sharing of information and resources so that the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) can live into its call to be a visible manifestation of the unity of the church in Christ.

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