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Mission Networks


Mission networks and partnership networks bring together Presbyterians from around the United States who share a common international mission focus. World Mission-related mission and partnership networks facilitate building and maintaining healthy partnerships, and provide a place for representatives of various PC(USA) partnerships to share information, learn from each other, coordinate their efforts and find ways to have greater impact together as a network.

Each Mission network or partnership network centers around a specific country, people group or program area of ministry and is composed of Presbyterians who represent international mission partnerships established through their synods, presbyteries, congregations or other PC(USA) entities.

Network Guidelines

World Mission and Mission Networks: We Can Help!

Connect with other Presbyterians engaged in God’s mission around the world! Attend a mission/partnership network meeting

2023 Schedule

Czech Partnership Network Virtual Conference

March 5, 2 p.m. (ET)
Theme: The Church and the Environment
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Ghana Mission Network Virtual Meeting

March 10; 2-4 pm (ET) via Zoom
Theme: Companionship
Conveners: Anthony Mawutor Atsu, Rev. Dave Edmunds, Bill Tauber

Czech Partnership Network Virtual Meeting

April 5
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Ethiopia Mission Network In-Person Meeting

May 18-20
First Presbyterian Church of Evanston, IL
Doug Sensabaugh

Ghana Mission Network Virtual Meeting

June 16; 2-4 pm (ET) via Zoom
Theme: Cultural Humility; Cross-Cultural Understanding
Conveners: Kim Boyd, Gayle Griffin

Sudan/South Sudan Mission Network Annual Meeting

New Wilmington, PA

Ghana Mission Network Hybrid Meeting

Sept. 29-30
Zoom and in-person at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia
Theme: Co-Development
Conveners: Rev. Dr. James Taneti, Judy Jaggard, John Etheredge



Latin America and Caribbean

Middle East

Please note that Egypt, Iraq, and Syria/Lebanon are referred to as “Partnership Networks,” not “Mission Networks.”