PCA people, churches, agencies, and committees minister in a variety of settings and circumstances. Here, you’ll find a handful of upcoming opportunities to learn, grow, and get involved in our denomination’s work, all for the sake of Christ’s kingdom.

Mission to North America
Presbyterian and Reformed Commission on Chaplains & Military Personnel will conduct training June 10-12 in Greensboro, North Carolina,  prior to the 45th PCA General Assembly. MNA invites all chaplains to attend the training and remain in Greensboro for the General Assembly. For more information, contact the PRCC at 

Mission to the World
As part of its 2017 Global Missions Conference, Mission to the World is presenting a preconference called “Welcoming the Refugee.” The event Nov. 9-10 will feature Matthew Soerens, U.S. director of Church Mobilization for World Relief, the humanitarian arm of the National Association of Evangelicals. For more information and to register, visit mtw.org/preconference.

Covenant College
Covenant College has been selected for the 2017 PCA Women in the Church Love Gift. The funds will help create a new position in the Covenant Chapel Department. The department is hiring an associate for discipleship who will focus on ministering to the young women on Covenant’s campus. Learn more and donate at 

Mission to the World
Mission to the World is looking for individuals interested in learning more about the work of missionaries in Arequipa, Peru, the country’s second-largest city. The vision trip will take place Aug. 11-18 and will give participants a firsthand look at the scope of the ministry. For more details, email david.campbell@mtw.org.

Committee on Discipleship Ministries
CDM is working with African-American author Aaron Layton to publish “Dear White Christian — What Every White Christian Needs to Know about How Black Christians See, Think, and Experience Racism in America.” This short book is intended as a resource to promote understanding and dialogue among Christians. Layton will also conduct a seminar at the 2017 General Assembly.

Mission to North America
Leadership Development Resource (LDR) Weekend will take place Sept. 1-3 in St. Louis, Missouri. The theme is “Speaking the Truth in Love,” based on Ephesians 2. Plenary speakers will be PCA pastors Howard Brown and Duke Kwon as well as Christina Edmondson. For more information, visit ldrweekend.com.