Racial Justice Resources

Resources in Mission

Sheltering at Home is a Time for Advocacy

Because our youth are stuck at home for a while, it’s a great time to inspire them to think about the situations and circumstances of others. With a little guidance and encouragement from their adult leaders, young people can use their extra time and their access to the internet to learn about the obstacles and… Read more »

Keeping Youth Engaged in Mission during COVID-19

Youth across the nation are stuck at home while we continue to mitigate the outbreak of COVID-19. Yet, this shouldn’t be a time for young people to become inwardly focused and detached from the needs of the world around them. On the contrary! This is a time when we should be encouraging youth to look… Read more »

Igniting A Movement

Igniting A Movement: Engaged is God’s Mission helps our colleagues in ministry and friends in Christ define what it means to be a connectional church, a Matthew 25 church, and the Church that our faith demands. It includes insight into the Church’s Special Offerings, Shared Mission Support and Per Capita.

Los presbiterianos hacemos misión en hermanamiento

  La práctica del hermanamiento guía a toda nuestra iglesia conexional. Nos guía individualmente como miembros, líderes y pastores. Nos guía colectivamente en nuestras congregaciones, presbiterios, sínodos, ministerios de la Asamblea General, e instituciones vinculadas. Este documento parafrasea una declaración de política adoptada por la 215a Asamblea General (2003) sobre la misión en hermanamiento.

Mission Committee Toolkit: How to use this toolkit

This toolkit is for mission committees interested in learning more about God’s mission. Resources are available for mission engagement, evaluating a congregation’s mission activities and programs, and discerning congregational mission focus.  Learn how to navigate the toolkit web pages.

Four Questions Document

This brief document responds to four questions commonly asked about mission work.

How to build faithful mission partnerships: A guide for pastors

Whether a church has long-established mission partnerships or is not engaged in any mission activity, the foundation of healthy mission work begins with healthy relationships within the church. As a new or seasoned pastor in your church, consider approaching congregational mission work in the same way you might approach cross-cultural mission.

Called to Mission: Finding Our Place in God’s Mission

Presbyterian World Mission’s guidebook provides tools and resources for U.S. Presbyterians interested in getting involved in God’s work around the world. Whether your congregation is discerning or evaluating its mission work, seeking to learn more about long-term mission co-workers and how to connect with them, or looking for information about planning a short-term mission trip,… Read more »