Founded in 1875, Thornwell is a diverse non-profit ministry across Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina committed to the most innovative and effective solutions to heal, strengthen, and empower children and families. Thornwell aligns with child welfare agencies to prevent child abuse and neglect, build up and reunite families, and support healthy communities in the name of Jesus Christ. Thornwell serves to prevent child abuse and neglect, to build up and reunite families, and to support healthy communities in the name of Jesus Christ.
Presbyterian Homes of Georgia is a Christian ministry providing exceptional services to enhance the quality of life for senior adults. That has been our sole mission since our inception in 1949.
Presbyterian Homes of Georgia is a pioneer in senior living. We’re an all-inclusive ministry serving people without regard to race, gender, religion, national origin, color, creed or handicap status. Persons of all faiths are welcome. In addition, never in our history has a resident been asked to leave because of outliving their financial means.
Columbia Theological Seminary is an educational institution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) and a community of theological inquiry, leadership development, and formation for ministry in the service of the church of Jesus Christ.
Columbia Theological Seminary exists to educate and nurture faithful, imaginative, and effective leaders for the sake of the church and the world.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) to witness to the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by crisis and catastrophic event.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is the emergency and refugee program of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. The core budget, including staff and administrative costs, is funded through the One Great Hour of Sharing, and its program work is additionally funded through designated gifts.
Encountering God through relationships, renewal, recreation, and rest.
- Cultivate an abiding faith in Jesus Christ through personal and congregational spiritual renewal and growth;
- Nurture and preserve relationships;
- Demonstrate intentional hospitality;
- Care for the natural treasure that is Montreat;
- Foster a safe place; and
- Honor continuing ties to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
We are a church that values relationship building: among commissioners, within committees, in communities throughout the denomination, and with ecumenical and interfaith partners.
We are a church that aspires to empower all voices and privileges none: seeking consensus whenever possible while providing space for mutual discernment and practice, exploring revisions to the Book of Order and Standing Rules, and supporting minority participation in every way, from technical support to leadership development.
We are a church that sparks radical reconciliation: acknowledging our past, seeking community partners across the denomination, and offering easily accessible and effective resources for all Presbyterians, especially Ministers of Word and Sacrament and Ruling Elders.
We are a church that aspires to connect and collaborate more than simply through a biannual meeting: cultivating two-year General Assembly Commissioner commitment, impacting the surrounding community in a lasting way beyond the economic impact of a large gathering, and incubating innovative and creative ministries.
We are a church that better serves the 21st-century PC(USA): agile decision making, leaner and more flexible national structure that clarifies institutional leadership and roles, and more technically and interactively proficient, clear, current, and compelling communications to the denomination and throughout the world.
The Synod of South Atlantic partners and serves with Presbyterians and friends in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. The mission of the Synod of South Atlantic is to faithfully serve Jesus Christ and the Presbyterian Church (USA) by supporting the ministries of our sixteen presbyteries and encouraging cooperation among sessions, presbyteries, and the General Assembly.