For more than fifty years, Presbyterians have joined with Christians throughout the nation in supporting One Great Hour of Sharing responding to Christ's love for all people by joyfully sharing that love with people in need. The refugee and the stranger have found food and safe shelter; those stunned by the aftermath of disasters have found relief and help rebuilding; and communities seeking to take control of their future have found partners in development.
The Pentecost Offering is traditionally received on the day of Pentecost. It provides a direct way to meet the needs of children at risk, youth, and young adults. Congregations are encouraged to keep 40 percent of the Offering to support ministry with children at risk in their communities.
Peace and Global Witness Offering
The Peacemaking Offering is being transformed into the Peace & Global Witness Offering. This offering will have a greater global reach, a more significant impact and will bring peace to people through Christ.
Christmas Joy Offering
A Presbyterian tradition for almost seventy years, the Christmas Joy Offering is one of the four special offerings designated by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to provide congregations direct ways of supporting specific causes that help those in need.