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, the Company of New Pastors, Financial Aid for Service, Evangelism, Theological Education, Theology and Worship, and Youth/College/Young Adult ministries.

Our work is broken into two groups that partner together to help grow and guide the church and those who work in the service of Christ.


Theology and Worship

  • Company of New Pastors, a mentoring program that works with new pastors to help them through seminary and into the first year of ministry
  • Financial Aid for Service, which provides grants to institutions and scholarships to individuals to help offset the cost of education
  • Interfaith Relations, which helps individuals and churches create cooperative, nurturing relationships
  • Theological Conversations, which offers thoughtful theological discorse on important issues
  • Theological Education, which supports and promotes the work of PC(USA) seminaries
  • Worship, which offers extensive resources for pastors and congregations in planning weekly worship service and special services

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



Reclaiming Jesus Movement invites Presbyterians to rethink discipleship

This resource from Office of Theology & Worship (TW) provides analysis and theological reflection on the “Reclaiming Jesus” statement. In reviewing the statement, which was issued and signed by leaders in several denominations and organizations, TW found commonality with the basic affirmations of Presbyterian’s Reformed faith. Indeed the “Reclaiming Jesus” statement and ensuing movement focuses… Read more »
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