• lisa26365

Per Capita is a fundamental way in which all of the nearly 10,000 congregations and mid councils of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) connect, participate and share in the work of the wider church. Per capita is the primary source of funding for the Office of the General Assembly, and is how Presbyterians mutually and equitably share the costs of coming together to discern the Spirit’s leading for the future.

: It is how Presbyterians are trained to become better ruling elders, teaching elders and deacons, and ministers.

: It is how Presbyterians are helped to discern God’s call in their lives.

: It is how Presbyterians participate in the life of the wider church by serving on General Assembly committees and commissions, regardless of distance or financial resources.

: It is how Presbyterians participate in the life of the Church universal as we commit ourselves to work and live in fellowship with “all persons in every nation” (Book of Order, G-4.0101)

All Presbyterians are called to take part in the ecclesiastical and administrative work shared by the whole church though per capita giving. The amount for 2022 is $40 per member.

Please read the article below for one pastor's thoughtful look at a reason to give the per capita amount.

PerCapitabuilding a LovingCommunity
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  • lisa26365

We are looking to hire a Nursery Child Care Provider to care for our young ones during worship. If you know of anyone who may be interested in working 2-3 hours on Sunday mornings, please have them contact Lisa at who can send a full job description with more details. To apply, applicants will need to send a resume, 1 page cover letter, and list of two references (including name, title, email address, contact number, and a brief summary of how you know the person).

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  • lisa26365

Prospect Church sends out all information by email. If you'd like to subscribe to our main email list, Use this link: Subscribe to Prospect Emails.

That is the main email list and includes our weekly Friday email with the information for Sunday's worship as well as the announcements for the week. You will also receive the links to the Monday, Wednesday, Friday guided meditation series, "Take a Break. Take a Breath."


Rita Boyer, our Certified Christian Educator, prepares study guides each week for the coming Sunday's focus reading. Those emails come out on Monday mornings and there is the version for adults or for families to use. ("Weekday Worship", or "Preparing at Home".)

Other email lists include those for Parents- the list would be based on the age of the child.

If you would like to receive the study guides or sign up for the ConnectEd emails based on your children's ages, please contact the church office.

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