Presbyterian resources to enhance your spiritual journey:

  • PC(USA) Planning Calendar — add the PC(USA) planning calendar to your electronic or online calendar so you can stay up on lectionary readings and happenings around the denomination.
  • Presbyterian Church (USA) — also regularly referred to as the PC(USA), our denominational website. Discover more of what we are about, what we believe, and what we are doing in the world.
  • PC(USA) News Service — Subscribe now to receive current denominational news right to your email inbox.
  • The Presbyterian Outlook — an independent publication devoted to the promotion of free discussion of issues confronting the PC(USA).
  • Presbyterians Today — an award winning monthly magazine about all things Presbyterian, published by the PC(USA).
  • The Presbytery of Kiskiminetas — the website for our regional council.
  • The Book of Confessions of the PC(USA) –  a free downloadable version of Part I of our denomination’s constitution with statements of Christian faith through various times, in various places, and in response to various circumstances.
  • The Book of Order of the PC(USA) – a free downloadable version of Part II of our denomination’s constitution, outlining the order and structure of our governance.
  • The PC(USA) Seal — an explanation of all the symbology in the great seal of the PC(USA), located in the right end of the banner at the top of our website.
  • PittsburghTheological Seminary — one of eleven seminaries related to the PC(USA). Since its humble begin­ning in 1794, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary has played an important role in shaping a future in tune with God’s purposes in the world. By engaging students, faculty, staff, alumni, trustees, friends, congre­gations and other church entities, we respond to the opportunities and challenges facing the Church of Jesus Christ by preparing faith leaders to serve in churches and in the community.
  • Spiritual Formation Office of the Presbyterian Church — a great resource for spiritual formation through the PC(USA). You may also want to check out their newsletter: HungryHearts.
  • National Council of Churches USA — Since its founding in 1950, the NCC has been the leading force for ecumenical cooperation among Christians in the United States. The NCC’s member faith groups—from a wide spectrum of Protestant, Anglican, Orthodox, Evangelical, historic African American and Living Peace churches—include 45 million persons in more than 100,000 local congregations in communities across the nation.
  • World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) — a fellowship of 75 million Reformed Christians in 214 churches in 107 countries. Its member churches are Congregational, Presbyterian, Reformed and United churches with roots in the 16th-century Reformation led by John Calvin, John Knox and others. WARC has a small secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland.