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"Equipping and Supporting Congregations to Be Christ in the World"

The Presbytery of the Western Reserve bears witness to the grace of God in Jesus Christ through the unique ministries of its members and churches. We are an ordered and interconnected body that equips each congregation to experience God in vital worship and mission. With love and cooperation, we develop leaders, nurture pastors, and support ministries of justice and evangelism. We believe the Holy Spirit speaks through the gathered body as, together, we discern Christ's will and give glory to God. (May 27, 2015)

Approved Presbytery Structure 
(approved at the Special Meeting on 02/22/16)

Click here to download the Approved Structure document.

Strategy for Fulfilling the Mission of the Presbytery
(approved at the Stated Meeting on 11/23/15)

document Click here (22 KB) download the full text of the Strategy document.

Quick Links:

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Click here to see a list of our committees and ministries.

Click here to read about our staff, officers and commissioners.

Click here to find updates from our Stated Clerk, Transitional General Presbyter and Hunger Action Advocate.

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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.
  • Who are our mission partners? 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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