Training

Welcome to training opportunities for New Castle Presbytery.


PC(USA) has announced resources for the Year of Leader Formation including training hymns, monthly series/articles for serving faithfully, a webinar series for ruling elders and deacons, and more!  

View full details here.


Clerks of session and elders from five Presbyteries met online for a training on the unique responsibilities assigned to the clerk on April 21.  View the PDF containing pertinent components of the presentation here. Access to the video recording is located on our YouTube channel.

Join NCP’s Connectional Presbyter/Stated Clerk, Rev. Cindy Kohlmann the third Thursday of the month from 5-6 p.m. starting May 20 via Zoom for a monthly education/training opportunity for elders and deacons.  The topics will change from month-to-month and will be recorded.  Zoom access is located on the Presbytery calendar by clicking on the event name.
As approved by Presbytery on September 22, 2020 and effective January 1, 2021 Dismantling Racism training shall be required at least once every three years for:
  • All Ministers of Word and Sacrament who are serving as pastors to a congregation or otherwise engaged in a Validated Ministry.
  • Commissioned Ruling Elders (CREs) and Ruling Elders elected to serve on the Committee on Ministers and Congregations (COMC) and the Committee on Preparation for Missional Ministry (CPMM).  Participation is required within one year of being commissioned or elected.
  • All Candidates for Ministry with flexibility to work with CPMM for alternative means to meet this requirement.
  • All Presbytery staff are required to attend within one year of hire/election.
APPROVED TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES ARE OFFERED THROUGH PC(USA) via Zoom.  For more information, view the promotional campaign here. Registration is required. Click here to jump directly to registration for upcoming training.
In accordance with New Castle Presbytery’s Prevention of Sexual Misconduct Policy, every three years all minister members and CREs of the Presbytery shall also attend refresher training on the subject of prevention of clergy sexual misconduct.  Such training will be offered at several locations across the Presbytery, or may be taken through another source satisfactory to the Committee on Ministers & Congregations.  View upcoming training opportunities for 2021 and additional details here.