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Financial Aid for Service celebrates the General Assembly’s Living Missionally initiative by seeking service program partners for a service loan program. Why do we need partners? We don’t want to create service opportunities — we want to support the diverse array of service opportunities that are available through Presbyterian churches, camps and conference centers, and… Read more »
A guide for applying for Mission Program Grants. Looking for the grant applications? You can find information and links to applications for the Seed Grant, Investment Grant, Growth Grant, Health Insurance Grant, Sam and Helen R. Walton Award and the Presbytery Grant for Congregational Transformation all on the Mission Program Grants page.
This application is for pastors serving in small churches. It can provide money to help pay for training opportunities.
Students who have previously received the National Presbyterian College Scholarship or the Season of Service scholarships may apply for this supplemental grant to help cover additional expenses.
Financial Aid for Service and Young Women’s Ministries are collaborating to offer women participating in the National Presbyterian College Scholarship and Student Opportunity Scholarship a chance to apply for an additional $1,000 supplemental award sponsored by Young Women’s Ministries.
The Transformational Leadership Debt Assistance is seeking up to 50 culturally proficient, adaptive and innovative, critically thinking and emotionally intelligent Christ-like pastors called to serve where they are needed to lead small PC(USA) congregations or emerging worshiping communities. The goal is to help reduce educational debt acquired by seminary graduates called to minister to communities… Read more »
The Native American Education Grant was created for Native American and Alaska natives pursuing full-time postsecondary education attending a college or university in the U.S.A. We invite applications from students of all tribal backgrounds; however, 55% of the funds supporting this program are donor restricted to members of the following tribes: Hopi, Pima, Papago, Tohono… Read more »
The Presbyterian Mariners Family Ministry Grant is awarded on a funds available basis to eligible applicants through Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregations, church organizations, or Presbyteries. Projects eligible for consideration will create or redesign opportunities for family ministry in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Successful projects will propose ways to encourage, nurture, and strengthen family ministry and… Read more »
To be completed initially by the inquirer seeking to be advanced to candidacy. The recommendations of the session and the committee/commission overseeing preparation for ministry along with the action taken by the presbytery are recorded on this form.
In addition to formulating its recommendation to the presbytery to enroll the applicant as an Inquirer, the Committee on Preparation for Ministry should also establish goals for the first year the new inquirer will be under care. This form records the growth objectives agreed to by the new inquirer and the CPM. The completed report… Read more »