The Committee on Ministry Resourcing, through its Director, has the responsibility of resourcing, consolidating and extending the Church’s work and witness. It does this in conjunction with congregations, presbyteries, committees and bodies under the jurisdiction of the Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Queensland.
The Committee provides pastoral oversight for all accredited ministry workers in the state, it also provides accreditation for all ministry workers who seek to serve within congregations or other church bodies.
The Committee acts in an advisory capacity to help congregations and presbyteries develop ministry plans for church renewal and church planting. From time to time, the Committee runs conferences and seminars to up-skill the church in various facets of ministry.
All chaplains, including hospital chaplains, work under the direction of the Committee.
The Committee also publicises the work of Presbyterian Inland Mission › within Queensland.
The Committee oversees the Church’s Ministry Training Network (MTN), Trainees in the network are given an opportunity to experience two years in full-time ministry under an experienced supervisor (generally an ordained minister).
This is formative in the trainee’s development and also determining the trainee's suitability for a life in full-time ministry. This experience often leads to the trainees entering into formal theological education at the Queensland Theological College › (QTC)
Some trainees become candidates for the ministry, some focus on youth work, and others work towards overseas mission.