Forms and applications
The Chaplain Liaison to NNPCW is a volunteer position designed to offer spiritual support and guidance to NNPCW participants as well as to provide a practical connection with other higher education entities in the PC(USA). The Chaplain serves on the NNPCW Coordinating Committee for a three-year term with full participation in all discussions and decision-making processes.
Specific duties include:
- Participation in two three-day Coordinating Committee (CoCo) meetings per year (during the fall and spring);
- Participation in one annual NNPCW-sponsored event
- Participation in other activities, including attendance at conferences that use the chaplain’s specific interests and skills, at the ...
National Presbyterian Men’s Ministry Annual Church Men’s Group Charter renewal
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 your men identify mission projects that are appealing to men of all ages
Helps your church identify quality, men-oriented resource ...
There are many different ways to evaluate curriculum. This form will help your congregation look for examples of teaching and learning activities that are distinctly Reformed. The process can be used to evaluate curricula from a variety of publishers, including online resources.
The purpose of the Church Man of the Year Award is to encourage others, by the example of the recipient, to stir up the gift of God within them and to bring such a vitality of inspiration and motivation for the Gospel that many will become active followers of Christ.
Form whereby a session approves the Ministry Information Form for circulation with Church Leadership Connection.
220th General Assembly Principal Commissioners and YAAD Submission Instructions
Visit the 22oth General Assembly (2012) Web site.
The form for the names of principal commissioners and YAADs is attached to this document. The instructions that follow are to aid you in that process. If possible, complete and submit the form electronically to
- Please enter the Presbytery’s name in the first field
- Please fill in the number of members of the Presbytery as of December 31, 2010 at the top of the form in the provided field.
- Fill in the requested information for your commissioners and YAAD ...
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 email@example.com.
Some ideas for using a Communities of Theological Friendship grant:
- Providing a book or other resource for ...
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.