Global Mission Network

The primary purpose of the Global Mission Network is to provide a forum to connect congregations engaged in mission outside the United States.  It does so by sensitizing  members and congregations to the needs, challenges, and opportunities of global mission; encouraging active participation in global mission activities; increasing effectiveness in global mission activities and programs and reviewing and making recommendations on Global Mission Grants.

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Global Area Networks

Global Area Networks are sub-networks of the Global Mission Network and are composed of three or more congregations sharing a common interest in a specific country (or region) of the world.  Current Global Area Networks include:  Kenya, Malawi, Iraq/Syria, Cuba and Southeast Asia.

Grants and Funding Initiatives

The Global Mission Network offers Congregational Partnership grants to those churches that contribute to an overseas mission.  The Network also supports PCUSA Mission Co-Workers as well as International Seminaries.

NCP Global Mission Funding

  • For presentation on current grant programs, click here

  • For information on NCP Mission Network Initiative, click here

  • For information on past grants (2008 - 2013), click here

A slideshow highlighting past recipients of Global Mission grants available HERE as a pdf.

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 The Network hears a report from Malawi.

The Network hears a report from Malawi.

Global Mission Team

Executive Team: James Munthali, Burke, jakmunthali@verizon.net, Old Pres. Meeting House, jdahmann@mitre.org; Rhonda O’Bannon, Old Pres. Meeting House, rkobannon@verizon.net; Mark Reimers, Clifton, kibwezi@aol.com

Mission Coordinating Committee Liaison: Patricia Petty Morse

Bi-Monthly Open Meetings:  The Global Mission Network meets approximately every other month throughout the year. Each meeting is hosted by one of the participating congregations. the meetings feature updates on PC(USA) global mission activities, presentations from mission projects from throughout the Presbytery and visiting mission speakers. These meetings provide an opportunity to share and learn as well as to get to know people who share your interest in global mission. Contact Mark Reimers for meeting dates and times.  All that is required in order to attend these meetings is an interest in Global Mission!