Ghost Ranch continues its legacy of hosting Presbyterians

by Erin Dunigan

Ghost Ranch is a magical place. Just ask anyone who has been on one of the many retreats and pilgrimages or attended a workshop. Known as the inspiration for painter Georgia O’Keeffe and the site of the world’s top dinosaur...

Doing Well and Doing Good: Investing Responsibly

by Erin Dunigan

Editor’s note: This story is one in a series about ways the Foundation is using its investments to work for greater change in the care and keeping of the earth we inhabit. Investments can do well – the Presbyterian Foundation...

Foundation Accepting Applications for Church Financial Leadership Grants

by Presbyterian Foundation

Applications are now being accepted for the Presbyterian Foundation’s Church Financial Leadership Grant program. Applicants must be a pastor, commissioned ruling elder, (CRE), or leader of a 1001 New Worshiping Community within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). The grants will enable pastoral...

Planned giving program takes stewardship to the next level

by Eva Stimson

A new wills emphasis program is taking stewardship to the next level at First Presbyterian Church in Bentonville, Arkansas. Many members are realizing for the first time that they can leave a bequest to the church that will support the...

Joy in the midst of pain

by Eva Stimson

St. Stephens Presbyterian Church in North Highlands, California, has been closed for more than four years. But the church’s mission continues. By establishing a permanent fund through the Presbyterian Foundation, the congregation left a legacy of blessing that stretches from...

Theological Education Fund to honor Cannon, Oldenburg at GA breakfast

by Robyn Davis Sekula

The Committee on Theological Education and the Theological Education Fund are honoring two distinguished leaders in theological education at the 2018 General Assembly. This year’s honorees are Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon, professor of theology and ethics at Union Presbyterian...

2017 Investment Reports

by Presbyterian Foundation

Returns were consistent with low volatility as US equities posted positive returns every month of the year. Against the predictions of many, the stock market, historically a leading indicator, continues to tell us that the economy is in a synchronized...

Presbyterian Foundation Adopts Five-Point Approach to Address Climate Change Through Its Investments

by Presbyterian Foundation

Believing that its investments can both do good and do well, the Presbyterian Foundation has adopted a five-point approach to address climate change through its investments: Investments Targeting Environmental Solutions – The Foundation committed at least 1 percent of its...

Reformation 500 Resources and Videos

by Presbyterian Foundation

RESOURCES Click on one of the following images to download to a pdf. Selected Readings   Reformation Timeline    Meet the Reformers    Luther's 95 Theses    The 5 "Solas"     VIDEOS Click on one of the following images...

Leaving a Legacy: Past. Present. Future.

by Presbyterian Foundation

After receiving three fairly significant bequests in 2006 — all between $200,000 to $400,000 in value, the First Presbyterian Church of Jefferson City, Missouri decided to allocate funds to three areas. First, they paid off their mortgage and long-term debt....