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Theology, Formation & Evangelism


Theology, Formation & Evangelism brings together several ministries that form and transform disciples, leaders, congregations and new worshiping communities. Our ministries are diverse, but each empowers a unique witness to Jesus Christ.

1001 New Worshiping Communities

Theology & Worship

Vital Congregations

Financial Aid for Service


Christian Formation

1001 New Worshiping Communities

Age and Stage Formation (formerly Youth Ministries)

Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities (APCU)

Call to Worship (Publication)

Camps and Conferences

Collegiate and Young Adult Ministries


Financial Aid

Interfaith Relations

Office of Christian Formation

Older Adults

Pillars of the Church

Presbyterian Association of Musicians (PAM)

Presbyterian Men of the Church

Stony Point Center

Theological Conversations

Theological Education (Seminaries)

Theology and Worship

Vital Congregations



So, You Want to Start a UKirk Ministry

UKirk stands for “university church.” (Kirk is the Scottish word for church.) Some UKirks are campus ministries out of a single congregation, while others are supported by their Presbytery. Some are 501©3s that have been around for decades, while others are recent start-ups that involve part-time leadership. This resource contains things to consider when starting… Read more »

UKirk Ministries Readiness Assessment Tool

The ultimate question you will be seeking to answer is: “Are we a church that reaches, loves and teaches college students so that they may be life long followers of Jesus Christ?” The intention of this congregational readiness assessment survey is to provide you with a rational approach to answer that question in part by… Read more »

Raising Awareness of Mental Health Issues on a College Campus

Campus ministers are called to affirm the whole person, so what is our role as those who minister to students during college years who find themselves struggling with mental health issues? Because most ministers serving in higher education are not licensed therapists, what can a campus minister or other staff person do when confronted with… Read more »

Board Members’ Guide

UKirk Campus Ministries vary in governance structure from congregation-based ministries to independent 501©3 organizations, with many variations in-between.This Quicksheet offers a variety of reflections on ways to recruit, equip and empower a board of directors to support and sustain successful campus ministry.
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