World Mission

 

Transformational Mission

A Message from World Mission

This year, the Presbyterian Church is celebrating 180 years of international mission work. In honoring this milestone, we recognize and appreciate the 180-degree transformation we are witnessing because of Christ’s love.

Our church is rooted in the transformative power of a relationship with Jesus. In it, we individually and collectively experience a 180-degree change in our lives. As followers of Christ, we’re called to be part of God’s transformation of the world. Therefore, we continue the work Jesus began and to which the church is called: sharing the Good News, seeking reconciliation in cultures of violence and addressing the root causes of poverty. Today, nearly 130 mission co-workers in 70 countries are engaged in these vital ministries, working alongside global and ecumenical partners and U.S. Presbyterians. In these deep relationships with sisters and brothers across the globe, we begin to mirror Christ’s transformative relationship.

So, we joyfully celebrate Mission 180 – 180 years of life-changing mission service. Our commitment is enduring. We focus on long-term solutions, not quick fixes. Together we are accomplishing much more than we could ever do alone.

If you are not currently engaged with the work of World Mission, please contact us to find out how we can work together to accomplish God’s mission.


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Call to Mission: Critical Global Initiatives

Jinishian Memorial Program

Mission Co-workers and Letters

Mission Crossroads Magazine

Mission Resources

Mission Service Recruitment

Mission Trips

Pillars of the Church

Presbyterians at Work Around the World

Young Adult Volunteers

Resources

Douglas Dicks Prayer card

Doug facilitates relationships between PC(USA) congregations and the church’s mission partners in Israel and Palestine, and he resources Presbyterian groups who visit the region. He cultivates connections that encourage Middle Eastern Christians and inspire U.S. Presbyterians. Following the Prince of Peace, Christians in the Middle East work tirelessly for reconciliation and render valuable service to… Read more »

Rev. Dori Kay Hjalmarson Prayer Card

I work to accompany the leaders and people of the Presbyterian Church of Honduras as they participate in theological education and organizational development as a relatively new denomination in a country riven with violence and poverty. I think of myself as a chaplain, listening reflectively and actively. I don’t often teach, but I walk with… Read more »

Shelvis and Nancy Smith-Mather prayer card

Tragically, after surviving decades of civil war and achieving independence, South Sudan continues to endure cycles of ethnic, political and resource-based conflict. This violence, however, does not reflect the hearts of the masses who long for a peaceful future for their children. While South Sudanese work diligently to address these issues, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)… Read more »
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