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.

Reformed University Fellowship

During the fall 2018, 19 new RUF campus ministers began serving college students across the U.S. RUF also planted new ministries at North Dakota State University, University of Texas Dallas (RUF-I), Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University (RUF-I), and Johns Hopkins (RUF-I). Learn about these campus ministers and connecting with RUF in your city at ruf.org

Mission to North America

Disaster Response has requested supply and monetary donations as well as volunteers to serve at disaster sites in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Puerto Rico. Anyone interested in volunteering with Disaster Response must register on its website. Click here for more information about supplies, donations, or volunteering, visit pcamna.org, or contact Sherry Lanier

Reformed Theological Seminary 

RTS Orlando will host the first Paideia Center for Theological Discipleship Conference on Jan. 9-10, 2019. The topic will be the triune God, with plenary sessions by Carl Trueman, Blair Smith, and Scott Swain. For more information on Paideia Center for Theological Discipleship, or to register from the conference, visit paideiacenter.com.

Mission to North America

MNA Church planter training will take place Feb. 12-15, 2019, at the Canterbury Retreat Center in Oviedo, Florida. The training will offer tracks for all stages of church planting leaders. Parakaleo will also offer training for church planting spouses. Learn more and register here.

Covenant Theological Seminary

As a follow-up to their book Resilient Ministry, former Convent Seminary professors Bob Burns and Donald Guthrie and current professor Tasha Chapman have published The Politics of Ministry: Navigating Power Dynamics and Negotiating Interests (IVP). The book helps readers see the political dynamics at play in any ministry context.

Mission to the World

MTW’s vision trips are a helpful tool for churches that want to explore new ways to commit to international missions or how to commit more deeply in a particular region. Some trips target a specific ministry or region while others are wide ranging. Each trip has opportunities for spiritual growth. To learn more, visit mtw.org/visiontrips.