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!

Presbyterians Today article “Spirit of Connection”

Presbyterians Today article “Multiplying the gifts”

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

Colombia Mission Network Meeting:January 31-February 4, Bogota, Colombia (Convener: Mamie Broadhurst (revmamie@gmail.com)
Presbyterian Peace Network for Korea (PPNK): March 25-27, Stony Point Conference Center, Stony Point, NY [Conveners: Rev. Earl Arnold (EarlBArnold@gmail.com) and Rev. Unzu Lee (unzulee@stonypointcenter.org)
Kenya Mission Network Gathering: March 28-30, Westminster Presbyterian Church. Alexandria, VA. Please visit the website at https://www.kenyamissionnetwork.org
Czech Mission Network Meeting: April 1-5, Columbia Seminary, Atlanta, GA
Cuba Partnership Network Meeting: June 19-22, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA
Ghana Mission Network Meeting: June 27-30, Erie, PA (Convener:  Donna Cammarata)
Sudan and South Sudan Mission Conference: July 22-23, New Wilmington, PA
Malawi Mission Network Meeting: July 25-28, Allenspark, CO (Convener:  Doug Kee)
Russia Mission Network: September 20-22, Smolensk, Russia (Convener: Deb Burgess)
Congo Mission Network Meeting: October 17-19, First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, TN (Convener:  Liz Kenas)
ZZM Mission Network Meeting: October 16-19, Austin, TX (Convener:  Rev. Tom Sheffield)

Kenya Mission Network Conference:  February 8-10, Dallas, TX—(contact Tim Ngare at tngare@comcast.net or visit kenyanetwork.org/Kenya_Network/Events.html)

Ethiopia Mission Network Meeting
: April 26-28, Portland OR.  Click here to register.—(contact Lynn Reeves at polygalagay@gmail.com)

Presbyterian Peace Network for Korea (PPNK)
: Conference calls held monthly. For more information, contact PeaceNetworkforKorea@gmail.com.

Niger Mission Network Meeting
: July 24-26, New Wilmington PA—(contact Don Dawson at dawsondonj@gmail.com)

South Sudan Mission Network Meeting: July 23-24, New Wilmington Mission Conference, New Wilmington, PA—(contact Denise Sciuto at dsciuto@frontierfellowship.com)

Malawi Mission Network Meeting: August 9-12, Preston Hollow PC, Dallas TX—(contact Doug Kee at jdkee@wowway.com) or click to download the flyer. Here are the links to the Malawi Conference Agenda and Registration Form

Guatemala Mission Network Meeting: September 4-7, Louisville, KY—(contact Rev. Kathleen Gorman-Coombs at revkgc@gmail.com)

Ghana Mission Network Meeting: September 20-22, Stony Point, NY—(contact Donna Cammarata at donna.camm@gmail.com)

Syria Lebanon Partnership Network Meeting: September 20-22, Louisville, KY—(contact Tim McCalmont at macrev44@gmail.com) or visit http://www.syrialebanonpn.org

Russia Mission Network Meeting: September 26-28, St. George, UT—(contact Deb Burgess at rmncom@hotmail.com)

DR Congo Mission Network Meeting: October 11-13, Portsmouth, VA—(contact Liz Kenas at lizkenas@icloud.com)

Cuba Partners Network Meeting: October 24-27, Leesburg, FL—(contact Elder Randy Simpson at randysimpson111@gmail.com)

Israel and Palestine Mission Network Meeting: November 1–3, Atlanta GA—(contact Jeff DeYoe at deyoejeffrey@yahoo.com)



Latin America and Caribbean

Middle East

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