Recommended Resources

Recommended Resources


Webinars and resources that highlight the importance of religion and spirituality in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Need to talk? We are here for you!
Weekly no-fee support group offered. Please join us on Mondays at 12 noon. If you are interested in joining please email us to register.


Blessed Tomorrow is a coalition of diverse religious partners working to advance climate solutions in faithful service to God.


Stay up to date on the Board of Pensions benefits plans, programs and services.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

A new “Rental Assistance Finder” tool locates organizations distributing money to help renters and landlords with rent and other bills.

FAN – Faith, Activity, and Nutrition Program

Resource for addressing physical and mental health concerns of your members.


“The Kean Tuition Promise program provides funding for incoming freshmen students to attend Kean University. This groundbreaking program aligns with Kean’s mission to provide a world-class education and a pathway for every student to climb higher in life.”- Kean University Website

Presbyterian Foundation

Resources for online giving, stewardship, planned giving, investment programs, and more.

Presbyterian Foundation Ministry Relations Program

Are you concerned about your church’s future as you begin to reopen? Wills and legacy giving? Guidance on stewardship?

Start with our Presbyterian Foundation Ministry Relations Officers who are trained, helpful experts who understand these challenges. We offer help with online giving programs, stewardship resources, planned giving resources, investment programs and more. We are here to walk with you – in ministry, and in life. How can we help?


Resources to assist individuals and families affected by mental illness so they can build better lives.

‘Read-to-me’ version of Presbyterians Today

As part of Presbyterians Today’s newly-updated digital edition, you can now enjoy our audio technology on any computer or mobile device. Select any article from the magazine, press the sound icon, and the article will be read aloud to you.

The Center for Lifelong Learning

For church professionals and lay people, Columbia’s Center for Lifelong Learning provides non-degree courses and events—opportunities to learn with and from others for faithful discipleship.


If coping with COVID-19 is increasing your urgency and need to gamble, at 800-GAMBLER we want to remind you that you are not alone! Our helpline remains available 24 hours, 7 days a week to provide support, treatment, and hope to those in need.

Is your church living into its Matthew 25 commitment?

With a focus on dismantling structural racism, Matthew 25 urges churches to address topics of prejudice, privilege, and white supremacy within their communities. If you are trying to have these conversations already, or are just getting started, then Montreat would like to help! Gather tools, resources, and find support for conversations on anti-racism this January during Fraught & Flummoxed, a conference for church leaders hosted by Montreat.

Mesothelioma Hope

Mesothelioma Hope is an advocacy organization whose mission is to give hope back to those who may have lost theirs. They provide free educational resources, support, and information about asbestos-related diseases and cancers like mesothelioma.

Free 30 Day Leap Program

The Free Presbytery Leap Program is designed to help a group of your churches establish hybrid church authenticity and growth. The benchmark is to help at least 30% of your churches in about 30 days and build positive momentum. See infographic below for details. 
The Free Church Leap Program is designed to help individual churches with direct hands-on services to achieve hybrid church authenticity and growth in about 30 days. This program is highly effective. See infographic below for details.
  • Hybrid church authenticity is defined as consistent person to person interaction with individuals, members in the church and community utilizing contemporary communication and relational styles and engagement.
  • The First 30 day growth benchmark is defined as connecting/welcoming at least 2 new neighbors/visitors to church. The growth idea is simple, if a church can connect/welcome 2 new neighbors/visitors every month, by the end of the year some will fall in love with the church and become members (this is not about numbers, but about being more international in relationship building).

Books for Ruling Elders and Deacons

Those called to serve as ruling elders and deacons in the PC(USA) serve vital roles in the life of the congregations and councils of the denomination. As a part of the process of the ecclesial formation of these leaders, the Office of the General Assembly and the Presbyterian Publishing Corporation have partnered to provide particular books and resources to aid in the ministries of these leaders at a significant discount when ordered through the PC(USA) Store. For curated lists of the selected books and the promotional code to receive 40% off, click below