PCA HISTORICAL CENTER
Archives and Manuscript Repository for the Continuing Presbyterian Church
Please note: If you can't find what you are looking for, contact the archivist.
Historical Center Collections:
Organizational Records
Manuscript Collections
—Organic:
–• A–L and • M–Y
—Synthetic (compiled by staff):
–• A–L and • M–W
Research Library:
Recent Accessions
Biographies
• Catalog
• Digital Library
• Exhibits
• Exonumia
• Newspapers [19th & 20th c.]
Periodicals

Visit the Historical Center




McLeod Portrait:
For more about this historic portrait on loan to the PCA Historical Center, click here,
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To learn more about Rev. McLeod, his ministry, & his stand against slavery,
click here.
PCA Resources:
Churches
Presbyteries (boundaries and links)
• Presbytery maps: English; Korean
General Assembly Minutes
47th General Assembly (2019)
PCA Committees and Agencies
PCA Studies & Reports
RPCES Minutes of Synod, 1965-82
RPCES Studies
BCO History Project
Book of Church Order (English)
Book of Church Order (Korean)
Local Church Historians Page








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A Half-Century Sermon
by Rev. Wm. Wisner [1782-1871].

As found in the Morton H. Smith Manuscript Collection, though lacking internal provenance in the collection to explain Dr. Smith's pwnership of this copy. Rev. Wisner was a New School pastor and Moderator of the 1840 New School General Assembly. His Half-Century Sermon gives a brief history of the work of church planting in and around Ithaca, New York in the early nineteenth century

Additional Resources at the Center:
Historic Documents
Policies & Publications
Sermon Text Index
Topical Resources

• Our Blogs:
This Day in Presbyterian History
The Continuing Story

See also our friends at:

Presbyterians of the Past and
Log College Press













Spotlight on PCA Authors:
Oh, What God Has Done!
The History of the Presbyterian Mission in Peru,
by Robert C. Woodson (2018)
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"This book begins with the arrival of the first missionaries, beginning in 1935 through 1960, telling who they were and what they faced. It continues with how the 2d and 3d generations reinforced and expanded the work to the present day..."

Articles by Dr. L. Roy Taylor:
Actions of the 47th Assembly.
Absentee Voting in the PCA
Receiving Ministers without a Call.
BCO 29 & Chargeable Offenses.
Issues Facing the PCA (2008)
Minimum Voting Age
Non-Hierarchical Presbyterianism
RE's Administering Sacraments.
The Rotation System
The Uniqueness of PCA Polity

  Racial Reconciliation Resources:
1973 - Advisory Convention (p. 27)
1977 - NAPARC Statement 
2002 - PCA Declaration 
2004 - MNA Pastoral Letter
2015 - Duncan & Lucas Resolution
2015 - TE Jim Baird's speech
2015 - Protest filed by TE Price et al.
2016 - Racism and the Gospel




Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri., 9 am–5 pm & Tues., Thurs., 11:00 am–3 pm. Closed weekends. 
Location: 478 Covenant Lane, St. Louis, Missouri 63141, on the campus of Covenant Theological Seminary.
Contact Information: Phone, (314) 469-9077 or email: [email protected]

Click here for more information on visiting the PCA Historical Center.
The Historical Center of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is a ministry of the PCA Stated Clerk’s Office, located in St. Louis, Missouri on the campus of Covenant Theological Seminary. Our mission is to preserve the records of the Presbyterian Church in America and to document the story of the conservative Presbyterian movement of the 20th & 21st centuries.In addition to the records of the PCA, the Center also serves as the repository of record for four other conservative Presbyterian denominations. In addition, the Center houses the manuscript collections of over 100 people connected with those denominations, plus history materials for some 700 congregations. A modest research library of about 5,000 titles, covering all aspects of American Presbyterianism, augments the Center’s archival collections.