Presbyterian Mission Agency, an agency of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) 100 Witherspoon Street (800) 728-7228 | (502) 569-5000
Share: Please add "firstname.lastname@example.org" to your contact list to ensure email messages are delivered to your inbox. Exploring Presbyterian Identity In his Reformation Sunday message four years ago, Setri Nyomi, former general secretary of the World Communion of Reformed Churches, memorably said that the church today needs to be a "living church" which continues to be renewed so that it can be a source of transformation in a dramatically changing world.
Ever mindful of the motto, Ecclesia reformata, semper reformanda, the Teaching of the Bible Grant is now sharpening its vision and expanding its offerings to help Presbyterian-related schools further deepen their educational and vocational mission. The Teaching of the Bible Grant provides up to five $10,000 grants each year to support initiatives in teaching the Bible at Presbyterian colleges, universities and secondary schools.
In our 2015 request for proposals, the Presbyterian Mission Agency (PMA) is specifically seeking proposals designed to explore the interrelationship of grace and gratitude, and the connections of these realities to Presbyterian identity.
Although the Teaching of the Bible Grant is intended to serve all of the Presbyterian-related colleges, universities, and secondary schools, we have found that in the last decade the program has served fewer than a third of the eligible institutions. Through our 2015 focus on grace and gratitude—and a planned J-term consultation in 2015-2016—we hope to expand the reach of the program and create opportunities to work in concert with educators and chaplains.
The deadline for application is March 1, 2015. For more information, please email or call me at 800-728-7228, ext. 5735.
In grace and gratitude,
Associate for Financial Aid for Service
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Presbyterian Mission Agency, an agency of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
100 Witherspoon Street
(800) 728-7228 | (502) 569-5000