Resources Page Index

Annual Reports to Presbytery

Date Annual Reports are due.

Leadership Handbook

This handbook is meant to serve as a resource for you as you seek to serve God’s people in the Presbytery of Susquehanna Valley.

Policies and Procedures

In order to fulfill our mission we have agreed to the following documents which help us govern our actions. Please familiarize yourself with these documents so we are best able to fulfill our mission.

Directories

Directories (password protected) you must be logged in.

Forms

Please note that in order to view most of the forms below, you will need to have a PDF reader installed on your computer. Most commonly, this is Adobe Acrobat Reader, available by clicking here.

Clerk of Session

Below are forms that are helpful to fulfilling the duties of the clerk of session. If you have any questions, please contact the moderator of your session, the stated clerk, or the office assistant.

Treasurer

Below are forms that are helpful to fulfilling the duties as church treasurer. If you have any questions, please contact the moderator of your session, the stated clerk, or the office assistant.

Stewardship

Financial Reports

Financial Reports for the Presbytery.

Per Capita & Mission

The Presbytery of Susquehanna Valley receives two main sources of income. The first is Per Capita. Per Capita is the amount assessed each church member and is used for the Administrative Expenditures of the Presbytery. We are transitioning a number of…

Parish Paper

The 'Parish Paper' is now free for all churches and committees of the Presbytery of Susquehanna Valley to use and duplicate in church newsletters, websites and publications - but please include the notice which says "Copyright, etc. and add . . . .…

Placing Orders

Healthy Congregations

The Presbytery of Susquehanna Valley has trained persons to facilitate ‘healthy congregations’ workshops. The aim of these workshops is to strengthen congregations and pastoral leaders in their ministry. These workshops are not intended for congregations that would consider themselves “unhealthy,” rather for congregations that want to enhance and deepen their health.