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Presbyterian Church (USA)

THE PRESBYTERY OF THE WESTERN RESERVE
Hunger Action Advocate

Purpose:

To be committed to Christ’s service, passionate and knowledgeable about issues of poverty and justice, familiar with community resources; has good communication skills, ability to manage budgets, and an appreciation for Presbyterian committees and congregations

Responsibilities:

1. Provide for the education and interpretation to the Presbytery about hunger, justice, and peacemaking issues, resources and programs.
2. Promote special offerings: Peacemaking, One Great Hour of Sharing, Christmas Joy; and Cents-ibility (2 Cents a Meal), disaster response, and various hunger walks.
3. Monitor grants and budgets for the Just Reach Ministry and Self-development of People.
4. Offer assistance and resources to congregations engaged in hunger ministries.

Accountability:

Supervised by and accountable to the General Presbyter.

Evaluation:

Annually by the Personal Committee. The Hunger Action Advocate is subject to the Personnel policies of the Presbytery.

Terms:

This is a part-time position for twelve hours/week.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What kinds of grants & scholarships are offered by the Presbytery and its committees?  Click here.
  • What is per capita? Click here.
  • Where is the Presbytery Office? Click here.
  • What does our name, "Presbytery of the Western Reserve" (PWR) mean? Click here.
  • What committees are in the Presbytery? Click here.
  • How do you find a preacher for Sunday morning? Click here to download the Pulpit Supply list (for use by PWR Congregations only)

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