Publications and periodicals
This examination shall assess the candidate‟s ability to interpret an assigned passage of Scripture by demonstrating attention to the original language of the text, an understanding of the text‟s historical context, and an ability to relate the text effectively to the contemporary life of the church in the world.
This examination shall assess the candidate’s understanding of the meaning and purpose of corporate worship and the Sacraments, familiarity with the Directory for Worship and The Book of Confessions, and their application to the life of worshiping communities.
This examination is intended to “assess the candidate's working knowledge of the constitutional structure of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and the method by which differences are properly resolved and programs to fulfill the mission of the church are determined.”
The Examination of Theological Competence seeks to determine the candidate’s readiness for ministry in the use of biblical, classical, and contemporary theological insights within the Reformed heritage of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
Korean Congregational Support provides a directory of the following:
- Korean American congregations
- English Ministry
- Retired Pastors
- General Assembly Mission Korean Council Staff
- Korean Presbyteries
- Members of Entities elected by the General Assembly
- National Council of Korean Presbyterian Churches (NCKPC)
- National Korean Presbyterian Men
- National Korean Presbyterian Women
- Synod KPC Chair
- Korean American Presbyterian Faculty in Theological Seminaries
- Korean Mission Co-Workers in Presbyterian Church (U.S.A)
- Korean Association of Retired Ministers, Spouses and Survivors
World Mission hires “Catalysts” to inspire, equip and connect the church to God’s mission around the globe.
In an effort to more effectively serve the needs of mission committees, congregations, Presbyteries and people sitting in the pews, Presbyterian World Mission is retooling itself by focusing their work on three Critical Global Issues: Poverty, Reconciliation and Evangelism. These topics, which address the changing missional realities of the 21st century, were defined as key issues for mission by our global partners, mission co-workers, and congregations in the United States through an extensive survey and feedback process completed last year.
Including: Note from the Stated Clerk, a list of the amendments with advice from the ACC, and an index.
Approved by the 220th General Assembly (2012) and recommended to the presbyteries for their vote.
God With Us — Worship and Christian education resources for congregational use after a local disaster, with emphasis on the needs of children, youth, and families immediately after a disaster. (DOWNLOAD AND PRINT)
This packet includes a variety of materials to interpret and promote the 2013 Birthday Offering. It includes a welcome letter (in English/Spanish), a descriptions of the recipient, a dedication service (in English/Spanish), ways to support the Birthday Offering, how to access PW resources online and an order form.
Learn about the recipient of the 2013 Birthday Offering. This resource highlights the work of Westminster Neighborhood Ministries and what the grant will accomplish. This is the part of the 2013 Birthday Offering promotional packet, which also includes a welcome letter (in English/Spanish), a dedication service (in English/Spanish), ways to support the Birthday Offering and how to access PW resources online.
The printed packet also includes samples of promotional items—poster (English/Spanish), and giving envelopes. These and other promotional materials are available to order.