Use this application to apply with an internship or fellowship with the Office of Public Witness.
Use this form to evaluate the Office of Public Witness Internship/Fellowship Program.
This Work Contract will become the guiding document for your Internship experience. It is intended to give shape to your learning experience and work by providing guidance and framework, and by establishing mutual expectations between intern and supervisor. While the goals should be realistic and reachable, the work contract should also be flexible.
John Park Lee’s efforts are the foundation upon which services have been developed by PHEWA. It was the desire of the Association in establishing this award in 1969 to recognize and perpetuate the qualities of concern, sensitivity and involvement singularly exemplified by John Park Lee.
This application is for pastors serving in small churches. It can provide money to help pay for training opportunities.
Leaders in the Connectional Church
January 7-11 2013, Louisville Kentucky
If you're a seminarian interested in exploring the structure, program and mission of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and its impact on local congregations and presbyteries, this for-credit course during J-term is exactly what you've been looking for.
After determining needs for teachers for the coming year, create a separate letter of invitation for potential leaders identified by the Christian Education Committee.
A guide for applying for Mission Program Grants. Looking for the grant applications? You can find information and links to applications for the Seed Grant, Investment Grant, Growth Grant, Health Insurance Grant, Sam and Helen R. Walton Award and the Presbytery Grant for Congregational Transformation all on the Mission Program Grants page.
Step out for justice and peace!
Participate in the PW March for Justice and Peace at the Churchwide Gathering, Saturday, June 20, 2015, in Minneapolis. The march will be held from 5 to 6 pm. If you are attending the Gathering, download theis pledge form, line up your pledges ahead of time, then gather in the courtyard at Westminster Presbyterian Church, just one block from the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis (where the Gathering is being held). If you won't be at the Gathering, sponsor someone who will be. Pledges will benefit CARE and Presbyterian Ministry at the UN.
The Presbyterian Mariners Family Ministry Grant is awarded on a funds available basis to eligible applicants through Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregations, church organizations, or Presbyteries. Projects eligible for consideration will create or redesign opportunities for family ministry in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Successful projects will propose ways to encourage, nurture, and strengthen family ministry and provide measurable goals for evaluation. The Mariner’s gift will support 2-3 grants per year; because funding is limited, grants are not renewable.