There is an exciting movement happening across the world. God’s Spirit is stirring God’s people to do new things. In places that seem desolate and forgotten, God is doing a new thing. From Hawaii to Maine, God is stirring the church to reach new people, change lives, and transform communities. Our Reformed heritage demands that we pay attention to this movement.
Steps for setting up an SDOP Community Workshop
Guidelines for retaining a diverse staff, provided by the Diversity in Leadership Network.
A guide from PC(USA) on how to protect and use information for financial aid.
This worksheet will assist in determining an appropriate salary range for a church educator. The committee may find it helpful to work through this form before the search using the minimum requirements for the minimum range and the maximum the church can pay for the maximum of the range. When the committee has decided whom it wishes to call, this may be helpful in determining the salary offered. It may also be used during the annual salary reviews to take into account any new factors, years of experience, or progress toward certification.
Statements on Nuclear Weapons and Disarmament by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and Its Predecessors.
What are some of the implications for congregations and mid councils that attempt to be supportive of new worshiping communities ministering to immigrants at risk of deportation? What can we do to help? This document provides a few suggestions from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Immigration Issues, Office of Public Witness and Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.
Currently, half of the world's population lives in cities. Learn how the PC(USA) and partners around the world work to improve cities by advocating for reliable transportation services, affordable housing, and improving basic water services.
In 2015, UN member countries adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. Learn about relevant PC(USA) efforts to making our world a better place and how to get involved.
“Sustaining Waters” assists Christians to be good stewards of water. As such it is divided into three sections: Clean Waters, Abundant Waters and Recovery Waters.