This promotional graphic can be used in church newsletters, social media, or your church website in the lead up to #GivingTuesday. The graphic is available in multiple sizes: 600x225, 620x300, 851x315, 940x788, 1024x51, and 1200x300. The download button below provides sample text to include in your promotion. Download
Helpful in reminding church leaders that all worshipers, regardless of age, should feel like they are part of God's family within their particular church community.
Curated links to National 24/7 helplines including Disaster Distress Helpline, Suicide Prevention Helpline, Veterans Crisis Line, Domestic Violence Hotline, ChildHelp Child Abuse Hotline, and Trevor Project Lifeline for LGBTQ+ Young People. JPG version
Practical suggestions for pastors and churches with links to several sources of online training in skills of mental health first aid, suicide prevention, and trauma-informed pastoral care.
Coronavirus/COVID-19 Immigrant, Migrant, and Refugee Resources
Produced by Presbyterian Mental Health Network (PMHN). Single sheet, downloadable. Designed for congregations, clergy, and communities. Coping with emotions of stress, fear and panic, and tips for promoting mental and spiritual well-being in the unfolding context.
Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations (PMUN) has compiled a new resource for Presbyterians. This 2-page country fact sheet on the Korean Peninsula summarizes the work currently undertaken by the various UN agencies. The fact sheet also highlights Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s historical and current partnerships with our church partners in the country, the guiding PC(USA) General Assembly policies on each country, and the ways PMUN addresses these issues at the United Nations.
This 2-sided handout features photos and brief bios of the 2019 International Peacemakers. It can be reproduced on a typical copy machine using 2-sided printing on 8 1/2 x 11" sheets of paper.
This flyer provides an overview of the resources Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) can provide to support mid councils and congregations. Assistance includes grants, trained volunteer response teams, and long-term spiritual and emotional care and training for community leaders dealing with the aftermath of public violence.