Welcome to Kiskiminetas Presbytery!

Documents for Sat., November 12, 2016 Presbytery Meeting at Worthington PC

 Provisional Minutes for Sept. 13, 2016 Presbytery meeting

 2017 Per Capita is $29.58 (Presby-$19.78/Synod-$7.50/GA-$2.30)

A new addition has been made to the Prayer Requests (News/Events).

IMPORTANT:  Some 2017 Terms of Call forms CHANGED on Sept. 28, 2016.


Webster Springs  LOVES Tupperware!

A fundraiser is going on for the 2017 Kiski Mission/Work Trip.  The trip will be held April 23-28, 2017.  We will be working out of Webster Springs, WV.  In preparation, as you know, funds will be needed.  At this time, an online and/or book party for Tupperware is going on.  These items will arrive before Christmas.  You can order online at the links provided below.  If you prefer, you can contact Cindi Boyer of the Shelocta Presbyterian Church at 724-726-9698 for a brochure or phone orders.  Any items purchased from the fundraiser catalog earns the Mission Trip 40% of the order total.  Any items purchased from the regular catalog will earn 25%.  An actual, old-fashioned Tupperware Party will beheld on January 28, 2017 from 1-3 PM in fellowship hall at the Shelocta Community Presbyterian Church (182 S. Ridge Rd., Shelocta, PA  15774).

To shop online see the following links. 

The fundraiser is listed under Kiski Mission Trip, organized by Cindi Boyer of Shelocta.

Regular Brochure: (Mission trip receives 25% of all purchases)


Fundraiser Brochure: (Mission Trip will receive 40% of all purchases)



Jim Dietrich retirement

Come Together to Honor & Celebrate

the retirement of beloved pastor

Rev. R. James Dietrich

Sun., Dec. 18, 2016 @ 1:00 p.m.

Pisgah Presbyterian Church

36 Church St.

Corsica, PA  15829


Pby Giving Catalog

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Presbyterian Giving Catalog

People around the country are using the Presbyterian Giving Catalog to create a big impact in the world.  A gift of $100 allows a woman like Naigaga Monica in eastern Uganda to be trained in ways that reduces hunger and poverty in her community. 
Naigaga serves as a community agriculture trainer through an initiative supported by the Presbyterian Hunger Program.  Supplied with improved seed and educated in new farming techniques, she and 59 other women have greatly increased the yields of their farms and improved the food and economic security of their families.
“On two acres, we used to harvest 100 kilograms of maize, and on a quarter-acre, we harvested only 10 kilograms of beans,” Monica says.  “With the new seed and techniques, we harvested 700 kilograms of maize and 70 kilograms of beans in the first season.  Above all, my children will no longer go to sleep hungry. We have plenty of cassava, beans, and sweet potatoes to eat.”
You can download this and other Stories of Impact to share with friends and members of your congregation.  You will see how gifts through the Presbyterian Giving Catalog create a Big Impact in the lives of people like Naigaga and her community.

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