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Association of Presbyterian Church Educators
The Association of Presbyterian Church Educators is a professional association concerned with the advancement of education in the church and is committed to the on-going witness of our faith in the gospel. The mission of APCE is to connect, enrich, empower, and sustain persons serving in educational ministry in the Reformed family of Churches.
Administrative Personnel Association
The Administrative Personnel Association is a professional association for administrative staff of churches, governing bodies, agencies and institutions of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Members include: Secretaries, Office/Church Administrators, Administrative Assistants, Computer Operators, Receptionists/Bookkeepers, Other Administrative Staff, and Day Care Staff.
Minnesota Institute of Contemplation and Healing (MICAH) continues to grow and evolve, serving people in our region and around the country.
Connect, engage, and renew with the Minnesota Council of Churches today. Strong communities are made up of meaningful relationships and guided by our deepest values. The Minnesota Council of Churches is your partner in living out your faith in your community. It consists of 24 members representing the regional governing and administrative bodies of Mainline Protestant, Historic Black, and Orthodox judicatories.
New Covenant Funds
A family of no load, socially responsible mutual funds with Christian mission in mind. These funds are available for individuals, churches and other organizations seeking professional management and socially responsible investing.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s Older Adult Ministries is committed to equipping leaders, developing covenant connections and providing resources to welcome and encourage older adults to participate at every level of the church while meeting their needs and utilizing their talents.
The organization offers resources, education and conferences for musicians, pastors and music participants in the reformed tradition of the PC(USA).
Presbyterian Board of Pensions
The Mission of the Board of Pensions designs and administers a comprehensive program of retirement, death, disability, medical, and optional benefits for church employees, both ministers and laity, and their families.
Clearwater Forest has served as a retreat center and summer camp and many thousands of people have had joyful and important experiences as a result. Clearwater Forest offers 40-50 different programs for children, youth, families and adults. Young people from over 100 different Presbyterian Churches attend camps every summer. Nearly 4000 people participate in some Clearwater Forest program each year.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to witness the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by crisis and catastrophic events. You are encouraged to contact Presbyterian Disaster Assistance in the wake of any regional, national, or international crisis to find out how you might help.
The Presbyterian Foundation has been serving the Church and individual Presbyterians in their desire to bring mission and people together for over 200 years. Its mission is to support charitable goals through the cultivation and management of gifts given from accumulated resources of individuals, and endowments of churches, governing bodies and church-related institutions.
PCUSA National Health Ministry - Health Ministries USA
Provides program models, resources and small grants to assist congregations and middle governing bodies in the ministry of health, congregational care teams and parish nursing. This website communicates information and shares resources with all materials and resources in a web-accessible format.
The Mission of Presbyterian is to lead men into a vital relationship with Christ and to assist them in their spiritual, personal, and community development.
Presbyterian Women (PW) is the national women's organization of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). With a history of more than 200 years, PW is committed to nurturing faith, supporting the church's mission, working for justice and building community. It is organized at all levels of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in congregations, presbyteries and synods as well as General Assembly.
Presbyterian Youth Connection
An organization of the Presbyterian Church seeking to resource and develop youth ministry within congregations.
The Resource Center for Churches is a joint project of the Minnesota Annual Conference United Methodist Church, Minnesota Conference United Church of Christ, Episcopal Church in Minnesota, Presbytery of the Twin Cities Area, and Synod of Lakes and Prairies (PCUSA). All churches and ministries of these judicatories are members of the RCC. Members may borrow resources and consult with RCC staff. RCC mission is to equip partner congregations with vital resources and consultation to enrich their ministries. Gathering the wisdom of our users, we offer outstanding DVD, web, print, curriculum and other resources for all areas of church life.
The Synod of Lakes and Prairies covers a wide area of the upper Midwest. Within the synod’s boundaries are 16 presbyteries, about 845 churches and about 125,000 members engaged in worship and mission. The presbyteries and their churches reflect diversity in ethnicity, size and membership.
Theological Education Fund
The only source of denomination-wide funding for theological seminaries related to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is provided by voluntary contributions from congregations to the Theological Education Fund (1% Plan) and contributions and/or bequests made by individuals to the Theological Schools Endowment Fund.
The Presbytery of the Northern Plains is in covenant relationship with the University of Jamestown. The covenant affirms that Jamestown College is an institution of higher education intentionally related to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) through its Synod of Lakes and Prairies and Presbytery of the Northern Plains. This historic relationship originated on October 31, 1883, with an action by the Presbytery of Red River. Each subsequent covenant between the College and the Church has reconfirmed the historic mission of the College to provide a learning community within which excellence of intellect, scholarship and character can be modeled and cultivated within the context of the Christian faith.