Serving Around the World

From Africa, India, Albania and Indonesia to Malawi, Honduras, Central Asia and Turkey, we believe we are all God’s children. That’s why PCLG is involved in helping others all over the globe.  


Since 2001, our PCLG youth, college students, and numerous adult advisors have built more than 30 homes in Mexico through Amor Ministries. As Christians we are all called to discover new ways to put our faith into action. Our goal at PCLG is to help you on your journey–and for us to do it together. In February, our high school group takes a team, and in June, this mission project is open to the whole PCLG church community. What a great way to put your faith into action. 

Helping Hands allows refugee children to attend schools in Uganda and South Sudan. It provides scholarships, room and board, school supplies and uniforms for these students.
Helping Hands for South Sudan was founded by a Sudanese refugee and PCLG member, Gabriel Nyok.
For more information, please visit their website.

Alwa Learning Center

The Alwa Learning Center is a community-based group located in Uganda whose focus is to enhance literacy one child at a time. PCLG has donated books, computers, solar panels and a well to enhance the learning experience for the students.
The Medical Benevolence Foundation, a medical mission partner of the Presbyterian Church (USA) since 1963, and PCLG since 1983, strives for medical excellence by promoting health through the physical presence of medical mission co-workers. MBF focuses on the clinical training of medical professionals in impoverished communities in Malawi, Congo, Kenya and Haiti. 



Dr. Farsijana Adeney-Risakotta – Indonesiaadeneyrisakotta

Bernie & Farsijana serve at the Duta Wacana Christian University in the city of Yogyakarta in partnership with the Communion of Churches of Indonesia. Farsijana is helping develop a peace studies program while Bernie works with the Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies, which is the world’s first consortium that involves a Christian university, a Muslim university and a secular university. 


Elmarie and Scott Parker – Middle East

Based in Lebanon since 2013, Elmarie serves as regional liaison for Syria, Lebanon and Iraq and Scott serves as Associate for Ecumenical Partnerships. Some of their work ministers to refugee children from Iraq and Syria. 


Mark and Ruth Stoscher


Mark and Ruth Stoscher have been missionaries in Albania with Alongside Ministries International since 1994. Mark, a former Youth Pastor at PCLG, is the pastor of the Erseka Evangelical Church and Director of Torchbearers-Albania.

In the winter they host and direct a six-month Bible School for Albanian and international students, and in the Summer they lead camping programs which draw hundreds of Albanian young people.

Near East School of Theology

Thlogo2e Near East School of Theology is an interconfessional Protestant seminary in Beirut, Lebanon. It is one of few places where Middle East Christians can send their young people to become pastors. The primary purpose of the school is to train pastors and church workers for ministry in the churches and other evangelical organizations in the Middle East. 


Special Offerings

The church-wide Special Offerings of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) are a collective witness to Jesus Christ’s love for the whole church. PCLG supports One Great Hour of SharingPeace & Global Witness Offering, and the Christmas Joy Offering.
Over the years these offerings have provided ways for individuals and congregations to join together with each other and in partnership with other Christians in responding to a variety of concerns.
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Contact the Mission Committee to find out more about our involvement with any of these worthy organizations.