Peacemaking Fund grants are small grants made to qualifying Presbytery of San Francisco congregations. The funds for these grants originate from our Presbytery’s share of Peacemaking Offerings received in participating congregations. Peacemaking grants are primarily intended to provide supplemental assistance to fund local congregational Peacemaking programs and projects.
The Presbytery’s Partnership Working Group reviews applications and generally awards Peacemaking Grants on a semi-annual basis.
Churches that contribute to the Hunger and Peacemaking Funds:
Bethel Presbyterian Church, San Leandro
Broadmoor Presbyterian church, Daly city
Centerpointe Presbyterian Church, Pleasanton
Chinatown Presbyterian Church, San Francisco
Community Presbyterian Church, Pittsburg
First Presbyterian Church, Concord
First Presbyterian Church, Livermore
High Street Presbyterian Church, Oakland
Irvington Presbyterian church, Fremont
Lakeside Presbyterian Church, San Francisco
Sojourner Truth Presbyterian Church, Richmond
St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, San Francisco
Trinity Presbyterian Church, San Carlos
For a list of past grantees, click here
The next opportunity to apply for the Presbytery Hunger Fund will be December 31, 2015.
Worldwide Missions Map
Our Presbytery is creating an online Worldwide Missions Map. The map will show the places where our congregations are having a direct impact. The map will include International, National, and Local missions in which our congregations participate.
Below is an example of what the map could look like with your help:
Please help us create the Missions Map by completing the following short survey for each mission project of your congregation. If you have more than one mission, complete a separate survey for each one.
Mission Map Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FYMT7SS