Resources in 1001

1001 Q&A Legal

Have legal questions about 1001? Here are some answers.

1001 Brochure—English

1001 is a movement to create 1001 new worshiping communities by 2022.

1001 Brochure—Spanish

1001 is a movement to create 1001 new worshiping communities by 2022.

Recipe Cards

90 recipes for your first 18 months in 1001. Are you hungering for God’s love?

Starting New Worshiping Communities: A Process of Discernment—Spanish

There is an exciting movement happening across the world. God’s Spirit is stirring God’s people to do new things. In places that seem desolate and forgotten, God is doing a new thing. From Hawaii to Maine, God is stirring the church to reach new people, change lives, and transform communities. Our Reformed heritage demands that we pay attention to this movement.

Starting New Worshiping Communities: A Process of Discernment-Korean

There is an exciting movement happening across the world. God’s Spirit is stirring God’s people to do new things. In places that seem desolate and forgotten, God is doing a new thing. From Hawaii to Maine, God is stirring the church to reach new people, change lives, and transform communities. Our Reformed heritage demands that we pay attention to this movement.

New Worshiping Communities Investment Grant Application

At least one year after receipt of a Seed Grant, a one-time Investment Grant of up to $25,000 is possible and will provide for the next eighteen months.  Approval of Investment Grants is conditioned upon real progress toward completing the tasks set forth in Starting New Worshiping Communities.  Investment Grants ordinarily require a dollar-for-dollar match… Read more »

New Worshiping Communities Seed Grant Application

New worshiping communities may apply for a one-time Seed Grant of up to $7,500.  Matching funds are not required. This grant is designed to encourage the birth of new worshiping communities through congregations and presbyteries rather than to fund the expansion or support of existing congregations or programs. To obtain a Korean translation of this… Read more »

The Sam and Helen R. Walton Award Nomination Form

In late December 1991, Sam and Helen R. Walton made a generous gift of $6 million through the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Foundation.  This gift included an endowment in the amount of $3 million, the earned interest to be used by new church developments that have placed an emphasis on site acquisition. The Mission Development Resources… Read more »