2017 Basic Application for GA Unassigned Funds
2017 Supplemental Application for GA Unassigned Funds
Form for camp and conference centers interested in exhibiting at the 2018 General Assembly gathering in St. Louis in June.
Racial Equity and Women's Intercultural Ministries is seeking nominations for the 224th General Assembly's Women of Faith Award. This award seeks to honor women who are working in their congregations and communities to make systemic change. The focus of the award at this GA will be "Women Who Disrupt Systemic Poverty". If you know of a woman in the PC(USA) who is doing the work of disrupting systemic poverty, please take a moment to nominate her for this honor. The deadline for nominations is January 8, 2020.
The GA225 Community Directory provides eligible organizations with the opportunity to connect, at no additional cost, to assembly participants and observers on the General Assembly Website.
The 225th General Assembly (2022) offers a variety of opportunities to engage and inform GA participants and the viewing audience. Eligible PC(USA) entities and organizations can choose from packages and á la carte options described in the attached document. Each is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Provides up to $35,000 annually to up to two Presbyterian women per year serving as practicing physicians in the mission field. In addition to mission work under the direction of—or in participation with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)—eligible positions might also include service with a medical humanitarian organization or in a Health Professional Shortage Area, as defined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
National Presbyterian Men’s Ministry Application for Church Men’s Group Charter
Through your church's annual membership in Presbyterian Men ($75 annual dues) you are providing funds essential to program development.
10 reasons for your church to charter with Presbyterian Men
The Office of Church Growth, in partnership with the Presbyterian Hunger Program provides scholarships up to $500 to help Presbyterians attend training events run by the national networks of community organizing (such as IAF, PICO, DART and Gamaliel Foundation).