Thank you for registering as a Commissioner at the 2021 PCA General Assembly at the America’s Center Convention Complex in St. Louis, MO!
First Time Commissioners: Get tips on learning how General Assembly works; how to stay informed on GA issues; where to obtain resources for yourself and your church; how to get involved and meet others at GA; and pro-tips for staying informed and planning for General Assembly.
General Assembly Information Book – Will be mailed out after registration.
Commissioner Handbook – Login information will be emailed to registered commissioners a month prior to GA.
Supplement to the Commissioner Handbook – Available a week before GA.
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COVID-19 and General Assembly in St. Louis
Dear PCA Commissioners to the 48th PCA General Assembly:
Thank you for registering for the PCA 48th General Assembly, June 28-July 2 in St. Louis, Missouri. As of May 10, 2021, the total number of registrations stands at 1614 commissioners!
The Administrative Committee and staff want to keep you informed of developments in St. Louis related to Covid-19 and what to expect as to the way in which our June Assembly will need to be conducted. We also wish to pass along the best advice we have been able to gather for the safety of our PCA family. Many are at work on your behalf. Host Committee Chairman, Phil VanValkenburg, and the entire Host Committee in St. Louis are preparing diligently for your arrival and your time in their city. Many vendors are working alongside our Meeting Planner, Amanda Burton, and the rest of the AC staff to make you comfortable and to make our Assembly successful.
On Monday, May 3, the City of St. Louis and the County announced a moderate relaxation of the protective restrictions that have been in place. Restaurants are now permitted to operate at full capacity, provided they can still maintain the required social distancing. The hours of operations are also extended from midnight until three in the morning! For large events such as our General Assembly, all participants are currently still required to wear masks and to practice social distancing in the convention center regardless of a person’s vaccination status.
Please watch for a “Know Before You Go” notice we’ll be sending you, which will include the latest information we have on Covid-19 protocols in St. Louis and advising you of helps that will be available should you become ill or need testing or treatment of any kind.
We encourage each of you – while considering your personal health status and your conscience before God – to get vaccinated before coming to the Assembly. Much evidence has shown that vaccination helps protect the health of others as well as successfully guarding one’s own health. In fact, we believe that being vaccinated is one way to be good stewards of our own lives and to love our neighbors as ourselves as long as the Covid-19 pandemic is not yet sufficiently mitigated.
We look forward eagerly to seeing you at the 48th General Assembly, and we ask everyone to join us in praying that our gracious God will greatly bless our meetings. May He grant that all of us gathered there would grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ, and that through the help of God’s Holy Spirit, we might work and worship together in a way that will strengthen our Lord’s Church, advance His gospel of grace, and bring glory to His name.
Sincerely yours in Christ Jesus,
John W. Robertson
PCA Business Administrator