Presbytery of Geneva is seeking an Office Administrator

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Geneva-2019 Office Admin Position

First Presbyterian Church of Caledonia, NY is seeking a fulltime Designated Solo Pastor

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DPNC Pastor position description-DC (1)

South PC is Seeking a Stated Supply Associate Pastor


Presbytery of Geneva is seeking a part-time Stated Clerk

The Presbytery of Geneva is seeking a part-time Stated Clerk to begin service around April 1st, 2019. The Rev. Dr. Val Fowler will be retiring from service pending the identification, election, and orientation of a new Stated Clerk.

Initially the position will be shared with Val for an orientation period of 4-12 weeks depending on the applicant’s experience and need for such training. During this period, compensation will be shared equally. The length of the orientation period will be determined by the Personnel Committee in consultation with the Co-Stated Clerks and the Head of Staff.

Although the earliest that the Stated Clerk can officially be elected is at the March meeting of the Presbytery, the Personnel Committee would like to identify the Stated Clerk candidate by mid-February in order to arrange for the candidate to attend the PCUSA Office of the General Assembly New Stated Clerk Training. March 25–27, 2019, in Louisville.

Ruling and Teaching Elders who are interested in being considered for this elected position may send a cover letter and brief resume with three references to this email address: [email protected]

The deadline is February 1st, 2019.

2019 Geneva Stated Clerk Position Description

First Congregational, Canandaigua – Pastoral Search

Attached is the job description for the pastor position that we are looking to fill.  The job description includes a link to the UCC website where open positions are posted.  Under our listing (First Congregational, Canandaigua) our church profile can be found.

Job Description for Full-Time Pastor Canandaigua Congregational Church 


Ogden Seeking a new Custodian

Spencerport – Ogden Presbyterian Church: seeking experienced Custodian.  Part-time duties include: general cleaning weekly, some monthly duties and snow removal from steps and sidewalks as needed.  Approximately 10 hrs. per week, salary is negotiable.  Flexibility necessary.  Letters of interest and resume’s may be emailed to [email protected] with Custodian in the subject line, or addressed to the church at 2400 S. Union St., Spencerport, NY 14559

Third Presbyterian Seeking a Church Business Administrator

Church Business Administrator Position Description Third Presbyterian Church Fall 2018

Communion Items Free to a Good Home

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Hymnals Seeking a New Church Home

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Clergy Continuing Education Online – Congregation and Family Systems

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More resources from Congregational Ministries Publishing

More resources are available from Congregational Ministries Publishing

GenOn Ministries’ resources for broadly graded (preschool through high school), intergenerational curriculum and program design are now available at   Sample sessions are available here

The resources from GenOn (formerly LOGOS) will fill a niche in your midweek ministry or in gathering multiple generations together for discipleship.

Seasonal intergenerational curricula includes program design suggestions. For children, Faith for Life offers a third curricular option to complement Growing in Grace and Gratitude and Feasting on the Word.


Presbyterian Youth Triennium 2019

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New resources for new school year focus on Christian formation

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New Curriculum Now Available!

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South Wedge Food Program

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A Thank You from The Garden’s Edge

Garden’s Edge 2016 Report

We Choose Welcome

We Choose Welcome

We’re Changing Our Dining “Habits”!

Kirkhaven Action

The Children’s Agenda

The Children’s Agenda – Spring Update

Continuing Education Scholarship for Christian Educators and Youth Workers

The Resource and Education Committee is proud to offer a scholarship to support the continuing education of our current Christian educators and youth workers.

This scholarship will pay the registration cost for any of these four conferences: Association of Presbyterian Church Educators (APCE), Northeast Association of Church Educators (NEACE), Presbyterian Youth Workers Association (PYWA) and Progressive Youth Ministry (PYM). These scholarships are drawn from a special fund previously used for Christian Education Certification: once the funds have been spent, they will not be replenished.

Requirements: Applicants must be a clergy member, staff member, or layperson currently active in Christian Education or Youth Ministries in the Presbytery of Genesee Valley. Each person may only receive one scholarship from this fund. There is no application deadline; applications will be considered by the Resource and Education Committee as they are submitted. Plan for approximately a one-month delay before receiving news about your application, since the committee meets monthly. Recipients of this scholarship must write a newsletter article about their conference experience (less than one page, pictures encouraged) to share with the presbytery.

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Introducing PC(USA) Denominational Children’s Curriculum


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Growing in Grace & Gratitude

Here is a very short video to help get the word out about a PC(USA) curriculum

A Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) denominational children’s curriculum will help transform the lives of children and those who love them, shaped by grace and gratitude.

Growing in Grace & Gratitude is rooted in the foundation of Presbyterian identity where God’s grace and our gratitude are the heartbeat of our faith, life, and worship. The curriculum extends an invitation to discipleship that inspires children to learn and practice hospitality, generosity, and love, and it reaches beyond Sunday morning, encouraging children to live their lives as an expression of God’s grace.

Published by Congregational Ministries Publishing, Growing in Grace & Gratitude is a quarterly curriculum available in English and Spanish. Each session shares a Bible story that reveals God’s grace for us. Through fun, age-appropriate activities, prayer, and singing, children and their leaders will celebrate the meaning of this grace in their lives as they encounter a living God.

“This is the way you teach Reformed faith to children,” said Lib Caldwell, noted Presbyterian educator and professor emerita at McCormick Theological Seminary. “With thoughtful biblical background for the teacher and age-appropriate learning activities, children will grow in their understanding of God’s grace as it is revealed through biblical stories.”

Churches can try Growing in Grace & Gratitude for free by ordering a sampler in English or Spanish at

Congregational Ministries Publishing is the denominational curriculum publisher of the PC(USA). Its mission is to bring glory to God by inspiring, equipping, and connecting Presbyterians of all ages with faithful, affordable, educational resources that further commitments to live as disciples of Jesus Christ.