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“Have you considered my servant Job?” —Job 1:3

But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth. (Acts 1:8)

About the Communicators Network


The Presbyterian Communicators Network invites you to connect with an organization of professional communicators who convey information about the witness and ministry of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

Our Mission

The mission of the Communicators Network is to connect Presbyterians who are officially responsible for the communications in their synod, presbytery or church through on-site workshops, e-newsletters, social media and other communications vehicles.

Our Goal

The goal of the network is to:

  • Connect communicators in synods, presbyteries and congregations with the Presbyterian Mission Agency.
  • Encourage communicators to receive and distribute information about news, events and resources with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
  • Foster camaraderie and continuing education for communicators.
  • Provide hands-on communications workshops to presbyteries and churches.



You’re encouraged to join and participate in the communicators’ network if you are responsible for social media, e-newsletters, websites, media relations, video production, writing stories about the events and ministries or just curious about learning more in the area of communications.

 Scheduling a Workshop

The communications ministry now offers workshops at no charge to synods, presbyteries and churches.  If you would like to schedule a workshop for your organization contact Gail Strange at or at (502) 569-5430.

Serve on a committee:  I am interested in serving on the following committee(s):

______________ Social media                               ______________  Digital communications

______________Media relations                         ______________   Crisis communications

_____________ Website development                ______________   Strategic communications planning

_____________The art of storytelling                ______________   E-newsletters


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