Committee on Cross-Presbytery Ministries (CCPM)
Meetings will generally begin at 9 am and end by noon.
All available documents, including the proposed agenda, are included in the "ALL" file.
2013 Meeting Schedule
March 16 Meeting
The March 16 meeting will be held at:
10 am (please note revised meeting time)
Panorama Presbyterian Church
14201 Roscoe Boulevard
(next door to the Synod office)
Parking is available directly adjacent to the church.
- The Synod's Committee on Cross-Presbytery Ministries, through its task force on Justice, Peace, and the Integrity of Creation (JPIC-SY) has prepared guidelines for the distribution of Peacemaking Funds to qualifying groups. Please download a copy of the guidelines and share with those to whom it may apply.
- Guidelines for the Distribution of Peacemaking Funds
The contact person, should you have questions, is Darrel Meyers, chairperson of the JPIC-SY.
Guidelines for Distribution of Peacemaking Funds
Other Committee-related information:Related Mission Partners Page
On this page the Related Mission Partners are named, and you may also download the document that explains the process for becoming a Related Mission Partner.
Links to the websites and social networking sites of the Synod's presbyteries
- The Committee on Cross-Presbytery Ministries (CCPM) has the responsibility to develop and support a broad strategy for mission and ministry across the Synod of Southern California and Hawaii, coordinating and providing oversight of ministries that cross presbytery borders. This includes making recommendations for use of church development funds and restricted and designated funds for mission and ministry.
The Committee has the authority to create committees and task forces to assist in carrying out its responsibilities.
- Church Development/Redevelopment Funds
Restricted/Designated Funds for Mission and Ministry
Racial, Ethnic and Justice Ministries
Emerging Mission and Ministry Issues
Affinity Group Ministries
At their request, REPL (Racial Ethnic Pastoral Leadership) will work as a part of the Cross-Presbytery Ministries.