Christian Formation Collective
We have partnered with five associations to support age and stage formation across a lifetime of Christian formation. Church staff, leaders and volunteers can access the resources, projects and support that each of these organizations offer. Check back as we begin to highlight the projects, initiatives and resources that our office and the associations are partnering on.
APCE enriches, connects, sustains and empowers all those involved in educational ministries. Regional groups offer support and networking. See the most recent Webinars.
PYWA is a national community of Presbyterian youth workers who are committed to developing and sustaining healthy youth ministry leaders. PYWA connects with volunteers and paid staff through events and resources. Learn more about their membership benefits here.
Quicksheets produced in collaboration with PYWA:
Discovering Hidden History
Making Memories & Telling Stories in the Now
Stay Home, Stay Connected
Sheltering at Home is a Time for Advocacy
Keeping Youth Engaged in Mission during COVID-19
PCCCA equips leaders for vibrant and sustainable camp and conference ministries. The PCCCA website can help you find a camp and conference center in your area. The new Virtual Camp Portal website offers their member sites a platform for virtual camp.
The Mission of UKirk is to connect and empower those who lead, support, and advocate for collegiate and higher education ministries. Visit the website to find out how you can list your campus ministry and be a part of the support network. You can also see all the ministry locations to resource your young people. Service opportunities are also listed for campus groups found here.
Quicksheets produced in collaboration with UKIRK:
What’s Next After Youth Ministry
Board Members Guide
Being Grounded, Campus Ministry and Mental Health
Mental Health Issues on College Campuses
Celebrating the LGBTQA+ Community
Guide for Maximizing Social Media Use
How to Help Students Articulate Their Values
Worship Themes and Sermon Series
How to Start a UKirk Ministry
Lost in Authenticity – Pastoring in a Pandemic
POAMN is a network of people who are engaged in ministry with older adults. These people work in presbyteries and synods, they are leaders in congregations, and some serve in specialized ministries such as chaplains in care facilities and presbytery staff who are involved with older adult ministry committees. Each year POAMN produces a planning guide that can assist your congregation in older adult ministries.
Quicksheets produced in collaboration with POAMN:
Grandparents, Godparents and Faith
Supporting Older Adults During COVID-19
Online Memorial Services
Grief: The importance and challenging blessing of mourning