Presbyterian Church (USA) Presbyterians are distinctive in two major ways: they adhere to a pattern of religious thought known as Reformed theology and a form of government that stresses the active, representational leadership of both ministers and church members.
Presbyterian Forum This is the official web site of the Presbyterian Forum. The Forum is dedicated to resourcing reformation and renewal within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). In short, this means that we are working to help the church walk obediently to the call and direction of her Lord Jesus Christ as revealed in Scripture.
Presbyterian Outlook The Presbyterian Outlook Foundation is organized and shall be operated exclusively for religious, charitable, literary and educational purposes. The specific objectives of the corporation are: to promote free and independent discussion of issues confronting the Presbyterian Church.
Presbyterian Parents The mission of Presbyterian Parents of Gays and Lesbians, Inc., (PPGL) is to provide a support network of pastoral care and information about homosexuality to parents of gay and lesbian children in an environment of faith that is safe, nurturing and confidential so that parents may strive toward understanding, acceptance and affirmation of themselves and their sons and daughters.
Presbyterian Youth Connection In response to those needs, the 205th General Assembly (1993) approved the creation of a new national youth ministry organization, named the Presbyterian Youth Connection. The Presbyterian Youth Connection seeks to do just that -- connect young people to each other, the whole church, and the whole world through faith in Jesus Christ.
Presbytery of Kiskiminetas An online resource center offering the best links for churches, presbyteries, and individuals in the areas of church revitalization, education, smaller churches and more.
The Presbyterian Church in Canada If we are to have growing vital churches, there are two important facts that compel us to consider if our congregations are child-friendly. We simply cannot blame children, youth and young families for living the "good life" which we helped to shape.