Reports and study guides
In April 2011, members of Presbyterian Women joined their voices with others around the world who are concerned with justice for the Roma, who are marginalized throughout Europe. Presbyterian Women published a 10-day prayer and study guide to lead up to International Day of the Roma. Although the 10 days of coordinated prayer and study are over, the resource contains useful information and moving prayers about the Roma.
In 2012, Presbyterian Women will join their voices with others around the world who are concerned with justice for the Roma, who are marginalized throughout Europe.
Presbyterian Women and Presbyterian World Mission have created this 10-day prayer and study guide to lead up to International Day of the Roma, celebrated on April 8. Beginning March 29, use this booklet to learn about the issues affecting Roma in Europe and offer prayers for change. Each day is dated for your convenience, but the booklet is timeless, so use it at any time of the year to learn more about the Romani ...
The median presbytery has a membership of 10,081 persons. The average presbytery consists of 124 ministers, 62 churches, and 9 candidates. The ten presbyteries with the largest membership arranged in descending order.
2005–2008 Summary of Receipts and Expenditures
The Office of the General Assembly has released the 2008 statistics of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
2009 miscellaneous information about statistics.
The Office of the General Assembly has released the 2009 statistics of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). The statistical material includes a comparative summary of the membership, a summary of receipts and expenditures for the past four years, and additional miscellaneous information.
As of 2009, the total membership of the PC(USA) is 2,077,138, which reflects a roughly 3% decrease, or 63,027 members, from the previous year.
The Reverend Gradye Parsons, Stated Clerk of the General Assembly, said the latest statistics contain both good news and bad.
2010 miscellaneous information about statistics.
Visit the 22oth General Assembly (2012) Web site.
The final 2010 membership figures for each presbytery, and (in the right hand column) the number of commissioners the presbytery is entitled to elect in accordance with the formula in G-3.0501.
- 8,000 members or less: 1 ruling elder and 1 teaching elder
- 8,0001-16,000: 2 ruling elders and 2 teaching elders
- 16,001-24,000: 3 ruling elders and 3 teaching elders
- 24,001-32,000: 4 ruling elders and 4 teaching elders
- 32,001-40,000: 5 ruling elders and 5 teaching elders
- 40,001-48,000: 6 ruling elders and 6 ...
2010 Summaries of Statistics– Comparative Summaries