During the meeting of Pittsburgh Presbytery on April 20, 2006 at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary the Presbytery dismissed with gratitude an administrative commission it had formed on December 1, 2005. That administrative commission had been formed to take oversight of the Pittsburgh Presbyterian Foundation.
The administrative commission presented a final report in which it identified some systemic problems in the Foundation, but at the same time acknowledged that the Presbytery had not been giving the Foundation the oversight and support that it needs.
The Commission issued a number of directives to restore a proper relationship between the Foundation and the Presbytery, and recommended that there should be a reexamination of the Foundation in two or three years.
My other articles about this meeting: 1 2 3 4 5