The General Assembly Mission Council, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and the National Council of Presbyterian Men have formed a Covenant of Agreement. The National Council of Presbyterian Men was officially established in 1948 but can trace its beginnings to 1906-1907. The mission of Presbyterian Men is to lead men into a vital relationship with Christ and to assist them in their spiritual, personal and community development.
"To equip and train all men to pursue the will of Jesus through: mission outreach; leadership; and discipleship." (Presbyterian Men Mission Statement as approved at the April 27, 2007, annual meeting)
to strengthen men's understanding of the church,
to assist congregations in nurturing men to mature discipleship,
to encourage men through their commitment to Christ,
to nurture men in their ministry to which they are called in their
families, work, and ministry in their community and in the world,
and to involve men of various racial/ethnic backgrounds and ages together in Christian fellowship, mission and worship.