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General Assembly Nominating Committee

General Assembly Nominating Committee


The GA Nominating Committee is currently accepting applications for vacancies on the following standing committees of the General Assembly*

Deadline for submission is Monday August 29, 2022
Access the online portal and application at ganominations.pcusa.org.

Please be sure to read the descriptions of these entities before filing an application. 

Advisory Committee on the Constitution
At-large, Class of 2024 | Asian-American/Korean or Hispanic/Latinx Male Teaching Elder

Advocacy Committee for LGBTQIA+ Equity
At-large, Class of 2024 and Class of 2026

Advocacy Committee for Women and Gender Justice
At-large, Class of 2024

Educator Certification Committee 
At-large, Class of 2026

GA Permanent Judicial Commission
At-large, Class of 2026 | Ruling Elder from Synod of Alaska-Northwest; At-large, Class 0f 2028 | Ruling Elder from Synod of the Sun

Mission Development Resources Committee
At-large, Class of 2026

Racial Equity Advocacy Committee
Class of 2026 | Asian American, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander

Review Committee on the Board of Pensions
At-large, Class of 2024

Review Committee on the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Foundation 
At-large, Class of 2024

Review Committee on the Presbyterian Investment and Loan Program
At-large, Class of 2024

Stated Clerk Nomination Committee
Class of 2024 | Teaching Elder Commissioner from 2016, 2018, or 2020 General Assembly

*Special Note: The portal for applications for special entities (commission, committees, task forces and teams) created by the 225th General Assembly for appointment by the GA Co-Moderators will open Wednesday, August 31, 2022.



For questions or information about the General Assembly nominations process please contact:

valerie izumi  - during the pandemic - 502.751.6651 (mobile)  valerie.izumi@pcusa.org
Assistant Stated Clerk, General Assembly Nominations

The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is committed to the ministry of the whole people of God. Through the General Assembly nominations process, the church has the benefit of selecting, from the varied gifts and services of Presbyterians, the most qualified persons to serve on General Assembly level entities.