To date, the Synod has awarded $174,280 in 2019 funding to ministries and gospel communities within our geographic boundaries.
We have awarded $69,280 in Innovation & Emerging Gospel Community Grants and $105,000 to campus ministries.
If you are interested in contributing to the Synod and would like to designate your gift to our projects of innovation, campus ministry and more, please contact our Synod Leader, Harold Delhagen.
C.A.F.E. para el Alma
Presbytery: New Brunswick
C.A.F.E. para el Alma is an emerging gospel community whose Spanish acronym stands for Comunion, Amor, Fe, Esperanza (Communion, Love, Faith, Hope), the four components of the basic structure of Christian life. This EGC serves the diverse Spanish-speaking community in the Trenton, NJ area who struggle to belong and face many challenges.
Martin Luther King Jr. Community Presbyterian Church
Presbytery: Southern New England
$20,000 (Year 2)
The EGC grant to MLK Jr. Community Presbyterian Church supports the revitalization/restart of a historic Black congregation in Springfield, MA. After surviving for many years without regular pastoral leadership or support from the presbytery, this community is embarking on a new journey together, and with the presbytery, to explore the possibilities that lie under the surface for new vitality, new life, and new opportunities for service in the community.
Twenty Thirty Dream Hub
Presbytery: New York City
A new endeavor of the First Presbyterian Church of Jamaica, Queens, the Twenty Thirty Dream Hub will be a center of 20-somethings and 30-somethings in the Southeast Queens area empowering each other to live out their God-given dreams and visions. Adulting is better when you adult together, so the 20/30 Dream Hub hosts “Adulting 101” workshops on topics such as financial literacy, small business development, setting goals, mental and physical wellness, and other essential life skills. The centerpiece will be a co-working space for young adult entrepreneurs and innovators making entrepreneurship more accessible in Jamaica & Southeast Queens.
Walking Together & Walking With Me
Presbytery: Northern New England
$12,000 (Year 2)
Recognizing that formalized support for grief arising from the death of a loved one is a significant but often overlooked need, and that the programs that do exist are often time-bounded while grief is a long-range and ongoing process, the Londonderry Presbyterian Church, through its pastor Karla Dias, felt called to form a ministry to provide ongoing support through community and care.
Russell Sage College (and RPI)
Troy Area United Ministries
Protestant Campus Ministry in Albany, Inc.
Campus Protestant Ministry
Nazareth Christian Fellowship
University of Rochester
Genesee Area Campus Ministries
Hofstra Protestant Campus Ministry
Long Island University - Post Campus
Protestant Campus Ministry at LIU Post
Princeton Presbyterians of the Westminster Foundation
Rutgers Protestant Campus Ministries: RUSpiritual
New York City
Columbia University & Others
Northern New England
Plymouth State University
United Campus Ministry at PSU
University of Maine
The Wilson Center /
Maine Christian Association Inc.
University of New Hampshire
United Campus Ministry to the UofNH
(The Waysmeet Center)
University of Vermont
Cooperative Christian Ministry at UVM
Protestant Cooperative Ministry at CU
Campus Ministry at SUNY Cortland
Delhi Campus Ministry
IC Protestant Campus Ministry
Western New York
Campus Church Coalition
(DBA Campus Church ConneXion)