Northern New England, Presbyterian Church in America, PCA
Ministry
Opportunities


Contact Information

Stated Clerk
Per Almquist
per.almquist@freegrace.us

MNA Chairman
Joseph Pensak
joseph@redeemerburlington.org

CCI Chairman
Seth Anderson
tpc_stalbans@yahoo.com

Moderator
Steve Magee



Presbytery of Northern New England

Church Planting
Open Pulpits
College Ministry
Pursuing Ordination

New England Center for Expository Preaching (NECEP)


Church Planting
We are actively pursuing new opportunities for church planting and seeking men interested in planting churches in northern New England. If you are considering whether you may be called to plant a church in our region, we hope the following resources will be helpful:

20 by ’20: The Vision of the MNA Committee for Northern New England Presbytery

STEPs to Church Planting in Northern New England

Site Profiles: Here are the basic facts on the cities and towns where we are currently seeking to plant churches.

Short-Term Sites
Keene, New Hampshire
Exeter, New Hampshire region (Seabrook, Seabrook)
Central Maine (Augusta, Brunswick)

Medium-Term Sites
Concord, New Hampshire region (Hooksett)
Middlebury, Vermont
Rutland, Vermont
Upper Valley, NH-VT (Hanover, Lebanon, White River Junction)
Northcentral Massachusetts (Lowell, Lawrence)
Southern Maine (Biddeford, Saco, Old Orchard Beach)

Long-Term Sites
Lakes Region, Maine (Bridgton, Casco, Naples, Raymond, Windham)
Berlin, New Hampshire
Southcentral New Hampshire (Derry, Londonderry, Salem)
Littleton, New Hampshire
Montpelier, Vermont

 

Open Pulpits
Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, it is the desire of Northern New England Presbytery to be a blessing to the people of our region wherever the opportunity for Gospel ministry arises.  As an important part of this vision, we seek to fill open pulpits of congregations of the historic New England church with ministers and candidates for ministry from our presbytery on both a temporary and long-term basis.  It is our hope that such men would be used by God for the renewal and reformation of the church by proclaiming and living out the Gospel with integrity and that a willing people would be called to worship the true and living God within these congregations. 

College Ministry
Our Presbytery has established a RUF (Reformed University Fellowship) campus ministry at the University of Vermont, Burlington. RUF was established at the University of Vermont (UVM) in the fall of 2012. In the future, we hope to see RUF established at these other schools as well as noted below. Also, the PCA and Orthodox Presbyterian Church are involved in campus ministry at the University of Southern Maine (Portland) and the University of New Hampshire (Durham), there are currently no Reformed University Fellowship ministries in northern New England.  We eagerly desire to work with RUF and other campus ministry organizations to be a blessing to the college students of our region.  We are especially interested in being involved at these schools:

Middlebury College (Middlebury, VT)
Bates College (Lewiston, ME)
Bowdoin College (Brunswick, ME)
Colby College (Waterville, ME)
University of Maine-Augusta (Augusta, ME)
University of Maine (Orono, ME)
Dartmouth College (Hanover, NH)
Keene State College (Keene, NH)
Plymouth State University (Plymouth, NH)

Pursuing Ordination
Pursuing Ordination in the PCA, taken from the PCA Book of Church Order.

New England Center for Expository Preaching (NECEP)
The New England Center for Expository Preaching helps men prepare for the ministry by providing a three-month expository preaching internship.  Interns have the opportunity to preach weekly in pulpits throughout New England.  Click here for more information.