Posted September 10, 2015 in Around the Synod

The Presbyterian Men’s Mission Network held its second semi-annual meeting of 2015 on Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Bedford (PA) Presbyterian Church.

Informational documents for the meeting can be found by clicking the following:

  1. Presbyterian Men’s Mission Network fact sheet
  2. Agenda for Oct. 17 meeting
  3. Directions to Bedford Presbyterian Church
  4. By-Laws

For more information, contact the PMMN’s Secretary-Treasurer Eric Harrison at (412) 221-6797.

The Presbyterian Men’s Mission Network is a lay organization affiliated with the National Council of Presbyterian Men whose purpose is to direct vocational and spiritual gifts of the men of the church to projects of Ministry, Mission and Community best suited for those gifts. The General Assembly Mission Council, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and the National Council of Presbyterian Men have formed a Covenant of Agreement.

Semi-annual council meetings are held each year – spring and fall – where representatives from the presbyteries report on mission network activities, receive training and participate in project appropriate workshops. Regional conferences are held on an annual basis.

Current mission networks are Prison Ministries (Kiski), Prayer Network (Beaver-Butler), Volunteers in Mission (Pittsburgh), Community Development (Carlisle), Male Mentoring (Philadelphia) and Garden Project (Northumberland). Annual retreats for men are held in West Virginia Presbytery, and the men of Lake Erie Presbytery participate in the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance Program.

Lay organizations represent a variety of disciplines and services some of which may be provided on a pro bono basis; however, most will be provided on a fee basis, terms and conditions to be established by the parties involved.  Marketing/service areas will vary from national to state and/or regional/local.


President: Pastor Ken Love, Pittsburgh Presbytery
Vice-President: Travis Young, Presbytery of Huntingdon
Secretary-Treasurer: Eric Harrison, Pittsburgh Presbytery
Parliamentarian: Ray Why, Beaver-Butler Presbytery