Presbyteries may request a one-tie grant of ordinarily up to $50,000. This grant is intended to provide funding to presbyteries in support of their efforts to develop a process for helping congregations to begin and continue a transformational way of life. The first year lump sum payment will be for up to $30,000 and assuming satisfactory progress has been made toward meeting stated goals; a second year lump sum payment of up to $20,000 will be disbursed.
This grant is intended to provide funding to presbyteries in support of their efforts to develop a process for helping congregations to begin and continue a transformational way of life. Transformation is the process of intentionally moving into a new reality and way of being that helps congregations envision what God is calling them to be for their community and for the Kingdom of God. All churches are in some state of being transformed and presbyteries must have resources available to assist them.
PW's Mission Scrapbook Project will create an digital mission scrapbook of Presbyterian Women's diverse and faithful mission work. As you create a 12″ x 12″ scrapbook page that highlights PW mission in your congregation, presbytery or synod, use this photo release for all people pictured.
Congregations may submit one scrapbook page; presbyteries and synods may submit up to three each. Bring the photo release(s) and scrapbook page(s) to the 2015 Churchwide Gathering in Minneapolis, or mail to Presbyterian Women, attn. Kathy Reeves, 100 Witherspoon St., Louisville, KY 40202.
Please submit both sides of the scholarship application 8—10 weeks prior to the specific event within Racial Ethnic & Women's Ministries.
Please submit both sides of the scholarship application 8-10 weeks prior to the specific event within Racial Ethnic & Women’s Ministries.
Please submit this grant application including back up documentation when applying for a grant within Racial Ethnic & Women’s Ministries.
A summary report of the annual consultation completed by the CPM and the inquirer/candidate that indicates developmental progress in the five key areas along with growth objectives agreed to for the next year. Designed for use by enrollees before, during and after theological education. Completed report is sent to enrollee, theological institution and sponsoring session. Pages 24-25 of the application.
Form used to report to the Office of Resourcing Committees on Preparation for Ministry particular action of the presbytery committee relative to the withdrawal, removal, or ordination of enrolled persons. Page 38 of application
Need-to-Know Reports are highly confidential documents and may be provided only to such individuals who can demonstrate a persuasive interest in the inquiry conducted by the IARP.
To request access to an IARP Need-to-Know Report of the Independent Abuse Review Panel (IARP) of Cameroon, Congo or Thailand, download the form, complete and return to:
General Assembly Mission Council, Executive Director
Presbyterian Church (USA)
100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville KY 40202
Form for requesting a function space at the 220th General Assembly (2012) of the PC(USA).