The median presbytery has a membership of 10,081 persons. The average presbytery consists of 124 ministers, 62 churches, and 9 candidates. The ten presbyteries with the largest membership arranged in descending order.
2005–2008 Summary of Receipts and Expenditures
See a list of projects funded by Self-Development of People in 2006.
See a list of projects funded by Self-Development of People in 2007.
See a list of projects funded by Self-Development of People in 2008.
The Office of the General Assembly has released the 2008 statistics of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
2009 miscellaneous information about statistics.
See a listing of how 2009 One Great Hour of Sharing funds were used by Self-Development of People, the Presbyterian Hunger Program and Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.
The Office of the General Assembly has released the 2009 statistics of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). The statistical material includes a comparative summary of the membership, a summary of receipts and expenditures for the past four years, and additional miscellaneous information.
As of 2009, the total membership of the PC(USA) is 2,077,138, which reflects a roughly 3% decrease, or 63,027 members, from the previous year.
The Reverend Gradye Parsons, Stated Clerk of the General Assembly, said the latest statistics contain both good news and bad.
The Research Services office annually develops and distributes a questionnaire that goes to the clerks of session of all PC(USA) congregations at about the same time the Session Annual Statistical Report is distributed. Research Services staff work with other entities of the PC(USA) to develop questions for inclusion on the Clerk’s Annual Questionnaire. Distribution of this form takes place at the end of the year. This report describes findings from responses for the year ending December 31, 2010.
The questionnaire for 2010 included questions on such topics as environmental ministries, music ministries, world mission, guest preachers, hymnals, congregational history, bequests …