GIVE NOW to support Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s response to the devastation caused by the earthquake in Nepal. Give now

Skip to main content

“All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit.” —Acts 2:4

Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations
Join us on Facebook   Follow us on Twitter   Subscribe by RSS

For more information:

(212) 697-4568
Send email

Or write to
777 U.N. Plaza, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10017

Step out for justice and peace

Presbyterian Women March for Justice and Peace

Flyer advertising marchAttending Presbyterian Women's Churchwide Gathering in Minneapolis? Join Mark Koenig, director of the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations, in the PW March for Justice and Peace on Saturday, June 20, 2015, in Minneapolis. The march will be held from 5 to 6 pm. If you are attending the Gathering, download this pledge form, line up your pledges ahead of time, then gather in the courtyard at Westminster Presbyterian Church, just one block from the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis (where the Gathering is being held). If you won't be at the Gathering, use the pledge form to sponsor someone who will be. Pledges will benefit CARE and Presbyterian Ministry at the UN.

We give thanks to our partners in Presbyerian Women for this support! Hope to see you marching! And hope to see you pledging!


Welcome volunteer summer interns

We are blessed to welcome a number of volunteer summer interns this year. Learn more about:

  • Maddie Bacchus - from Tufts University
  • Amelie Clemot - from Wesleyan University
  • Dan Dorrow - from Princeton Theological Seminary
  • Sarah Hoyle - from Wake Forest University
  • Nathan Jumper - from Princeton Theological Seminary
  • Teo Ufford-Chase - from Eckerd College
  • Willa van Camp - from Austin College

Work for Gender Justice

Observe an Orange Day on the 25th of each month
Become involved in the Cities for CEDAW Campaign (CEDAW is the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women)
Connect with World Mission's Reconciliation Catalyst for ways to work to end sexual violence

 


Boycott Israeli Settlement Products

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Decision to Boycott

The 220th General Assembly (2012) approved a denomination-wide boycott of all Israeli products coming from the occupied Palestinian territories by a 71% vote. The motion included:

    • Call upon all nations to prohibit the import of products made by enterprises in Israeli settlements on Palestinian land.
    • Call for the boycott of all Israeli products coming from the occupied Palestinian Territories. Products include:
      • AHAVA Dead Sea Laboratories Beauty Products and dates grown by Hadiklaim, The Israel Date Growers Co-Operative Ltd, often marked by the brand names: King Solomon Dates and Jordan River.
      • Other Israeli products made in occupied Palestinian Territories are listed at whoprofits.org.
    • Direct the Stated Clerk to communicate this action to all other PC(USA) councils and entities and invite and strongly encourage those groups and organizations to endorse this boycott until significant progress toward Palestinian rights and independence can be reported to the General Assembly or General Assembly Mission Council.
    • Read the full resolution
    • Read a letter from Gradye Parsons, Stated Clerk of the General Assembly

 

Resources

Find resources to help interpret and carry out the campaign from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), other denominations, and ecumenical and secular organizations.

PC(USA) Boycott Flyer: Download

Four-page product summary: Download

Bulletin Insert: Download

Minute for Mission: Download

Holy Discontentment: Boycott! The Power of the Pocketbook to Create Social Change Download


Observe an Orange Day on the 25th of each month

Witness and act for an end to violence against women and girls

On the 25th of each month – join people around the world in observing an Orange Day to work for an end to violence against women and girls. This call comes from Say NO – UNiTE to End Violence against Women, a social mobilization platform on ending violence against women and girls that is related to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon’s campaign, UNiTE to End Violence against Women.

Share your ideas and ways your congregation observes Orange Days.

View young adult interns as they reflect on their commitment to end violence against women and girls.

Continue reading


How to schedule a seminar

Amid the restless spirits and often-tough diplomacy of the United Nations, the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations helps inspire, equip and connect Presbyterians for ministry as faithful disciples of Jesus in the global community. We educate with the hope of helping individuals live out God’s call in Christ to live with compassion, seek peace, and pursue justice wherever they go.

Continue reading


Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations

The Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations represents the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) at the United Nations. Staff members help inspire, equip and connect Presbyterians for ministry as faithful disciples of Jesus in the global community. The Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations helps Presbyterians witness for justice and peace, in the name of Jesus Christ, within the United Nations community based on the policies of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) General Assembly. Through the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations, the church responds to Christ’s call to bring good news to the poor, proclaim release to the captives and to let the oppressed go free. The church lives out the reality that “God sends the church in the power of the Holy Spirit to share with Christ in establishing God's just, peaceable, and loving rule in the world."  (Book of Order, G-3.0300)


Comments

  • Hi Pal, Johnathan Randal is, as far as I know, not a member of the PC(USA). The NGO Working Group on Israel-Palestine sponsored an event with him because of the book he has written. by Mark Koenig on 09/24/2012 at 10:47 a.m.

  • is Jonathan Randal a member of the Presbyterian Church? by Pal on 09/24/2012 at 8:05 a.m.

  • Hi Don, My understanding is that someone from our funds development office has contacted you. Please let me know if that is not the case. Mark by Mark Koenig on 06/13/2011 at 10:19 p.m.

  • I frequently want to use or refer ro the designated account for a particular disaster but it is torture to navigate to the your list. Please make it easier. by Don Maier on 06/13/2011 at 10:34 a.m.

Join the Discussion

Post Comment