Announcing New GRN Networking Program
Serving Candidates & Congregations

With a new year comes a new initiative from the Gospel Reformation Network. We are delighted to announce a more intentional program for Networking our friends across the Presbyterian Church in America.

Many of the features of this new service are longstanding aspects of our GRN community. Supporting Churches and our Company of Pastors are now presented on our website under the Networking category, as reflected on our homepage.

We are particularly excited to introduce a new service for PCA churches conducting pastoral searches. Under the umbrella of Networking, we are now linking to five different lists of open pulpits and ministry positions. In addition to external sites relating to our Executive Council members (from the PCA’s Administrative Committee, Reformed Theological Seminary, Westminster Theological Seminary, and Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary), we have a new internal page listing GRN Pastoral Opportunities.

The GRN Pastoral Opportunities listing is posted as a service to congregations seeking a pastor, and for men seeking a call. If a church or search committee wishes to submit a listing, it must agree with the GRN Vision & Distinctives. At this time, the list is restricted to PCA churches and pastoral opportunities (i.e., calls to ordained ministry as a Teaching Elder). Listings are posted with a one-year cycle, after which they should be renewed in order to avoid deletion from the page. Of course, the GRN encourages candidates and search committees alike to exercise due diligence in the search process.

Pulpit search committees may use the form at the bottom of the listing page to request that the GRN post an opening on the page. The completed form should include only information that is intended for public review on our website. General Council member Pastor Wilson Van Hooser of Grace Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Stillwater, OK is running this page. You can contact us at any time with questions at

Thank you for your interest in and support of the GRN. May God continue to bless – and bless abundantly – your church and family in this new year.