Reports and study guides
The Comparative Statistics report is published annually in the fall and summarizes data on membership, finances and ministers provided by each congregation to the Office of the General Assembly via the Session Annual Statistical Report. The report compares annual statistics to show trends in areas such as membership gains and losses, receipts and expenditures, and number of ministers.
Ten ways to impact education quality.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and partners work to end commercial sexual exploitation of children
Learn how the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)'s Human Trafficking Roundtable works with ECPAT-USA (End Child Prostitution and Trafficking) to encourage companies in the travel and tourism industry to sign the Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct to prevent sexual exploitation of children.
2013 miscellaneous information about statistics.
2013 Summaries of Statistics– Comparative Summaries
An introduction to the six General Assembly agencies that make up the PC(USA)
Board of Pensions
Office of the General Assembly
Presbyterian Investment and Loan Program
Presbyterian Mission Agency
Presbyterian Publishing Corporation
This report is intended to provide an overview of the work of the six agencies during 2012–2013.
The PW Quarterly Newsletter highlights recent news from Presbyterian Women at the churchwide level. Find information from the committees of the Churchwide Coordinating Team, news about the 2015 Churchwide Gathering, details about new resources, highlights of conferences and events, and what’s on the horizon for Presbyterian Women. It is dated April– July 2014 and reflects news reported through April15, 2014.
Note: This resource is also distributed as a print piece, mailed with enclosures. This download includes electronic copies of the inserts.
Comparison of Basic Beliefs and Viewpoints of Three Presbyterian Denominations:
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) (PCUSA), Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbyterians
(ECO), and Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC)
At the request of Mid-Council leaders in the Presbyterian Church (USA) this comparison chart
has been developed. Every effort has been made to make this as accurate as possible, using the
official documents of each denomination as sources.
Do you want to be more connected to the work of the Hunger Program? From Cents-Ability to Eco-Palms, from trips to webinars this resource contains short descriptions of several ways that you can get involved today!
Presbyterian Women’s Churchwide Coordinating Team met in March 27–30, 2014 to continue plans and work for the 2012–2015 triennium. This summary includes highlights of work from the Mission Relationships, Antiracism, Communications Coordination, Leadership Enhancement and Justice and Peace Committees, as well as other news from the national level.