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Thank you! In 2019, your gifts to the Jinishian Memorial Program empowered struggling Armenian communities in seven countries. How? Helping kids with disabilities or fighting cancer. Turning life around for a teen at a dead-end. Lifting up young families separated by war, whole villages trapped in generations of poverty, and young people building a future… Read more »
For those who see no way out, the Jinishian Memorial Program works to provide opportunities. We help people to flourish, to restore their dignity, and to find a way across the obstacles separating them from a full life. Your gifts become a bridge for struggling Armenian communities to discover their own gifts and purpose. As… Read more »
Learn about SDOP funded partners. Interpret the SDOP ministry with this one page brochure with information on how to get involved.
Use Cents-Ability materials to help presbyteries and congregations begin and expand hunger education and fund-raising programs. This brochure includes a brief history and explanation of Cents-Ability. Fits in #10 envelope.
Ten ways to impact education quality.
Healthy Women Healthy Families supports a range of programs of Presbyterian partner churches globally that promote health, education, and development of women and children. These programs are aimed at alleviating poverty and suffering of women and children, and include: primary and pre-primary education, prenatal and essential obstetric services, trauma healing and psychosocial support, early-childhood health… Read more »
This report, approved by the 219th General Assembly (2010), responds to the assignment to “provide theological guidance to church and society with regard particularly to the impact of secular market assumptions on the compensation practices of the PC(USA).” It contains recommendations for building solidarity in the ministry by lessening inequality and increasing accountability in presbyteries… Read more »
See this list of Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People 2009 funded partnerships.