Forms and applications
The Communities of Theological Friendship Initiative awards grants of up to $1500 to support communities of theological friendship among pastoral leaders (teaching and ruling elders, deacons) who submit proposals that offer creative ideas for using the funds in order to deepen that community’s web of theological friendship.
Grant applications are accepted on a rolling basis as funds become available. If you have questions about funds availability or applying for a grant, contact Karen Russell at (502) 569-5401, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some ideas for using a Communities of Theological Friendship grant:
- Providing a book or other resource for ...
The Community Transformation Award is given to congregations or worshiping communities that, either through ecumenical or interfaith community ministry, or through a special project of the congregation/worshiping community, have been faithful and creative in ministry to and with the community. The award is presented by PHEWA's Presbyterian Association for Community Transformation (PACT).
Congratulations to Downtown Presbyterian Church of Nashville, Tennessee for receiving this award in June 2012.
Use this form to evaluate a Self-Development of People Community Workshop.
The Company of New Pastors
Providing vocational nurture for ministry candidates and new pastors
New members should complete this form and return it to Catherine Reuning,
(800) 728-7228, x5732
Members of Company of New Pastors should complete the travel expense form and remit to: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Catherine Reuning Rm M042A, 100 Witherspoon St, Louisville, KY 40202
All receipts must be attached, including itemized for meals.
Hearing and Singing New Songs to God: Shunning Old Discords and Sharing New Harmonies
A gender equity audit is a tool to collect comprehensive, accurate and timely information on the status of women in an organization. Use this audit to assess gender equity in your congregation.
Applications will be accepted until August 31, 2010
The National Network of Presbyterian College Women is lead by a coordinating committee of 12 young women from across the country. The network’s mission, commitments and objectives guide the committee’s work.
Coordinating Committee (CoCo) members benefit from leadership development, networking opportunities, a supportive and collaborative community of young women of faith and involvement in the decision-making processes of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) at the national level. (Plus, it’s fun!)
Who should apply?
Four new CoCo members are selected each year to serve a three-year term ...
A signed acknowledgement of the new covenant relationship entered into by the candidate, the session and the presbytery Committee on Preparation for Ministry. Pages 33-24 of the application.
Covenant for Re-commitment to Teach or Lead Covenant
Presbyterian Women is excited to offer partial scholarships for “Practicing God’s Radical Hospitality,” one of the Big Tent 2013 post conferences. Offered on August 4 from 9 am to 5 pm EST, this event will introduce participants to a new resource on culturally proficient leadership that is grounded in the spirituality of hospitality.
Apply for a scholarship (maximum amount of $200) by June 21 (deadline extended!).
This scholarship application is electronically fillable using Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader X. It is also available as a Word document.
Updated June 15, 2013