R2G is not an independent missions organization. It is really not an organization at all, but rather a concerted effort by churches to engage in missions and church planting in Germany.
For us, this means that R2G, as an endeavor to establish an indigenous Presbytery/Classis in Germany, is under direct oversight of a subcommittee of Northwest Georgia Presbytery (PCA) that was erected specifically for that purpose.
This subcommittee consists of three members of Presbytery as well as three members of the session of Grace Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Douglasville, GA, which is part of that same Presbytery.
The committee has the responsibility to solicit and receive reports from the field, periodically send representatives to visit the missionaries/native pastors on the field, be involved in handling disciplinary matters and anything else belonging to proper spiritual oversight. In case of members of other presbyteries of the PCA or of presbyteries or classes of other NAPARC denominations joining R2G as missionaries in the future, their oversight also would be delegated by their respective church bodies to the aforesaid committee, except for disciplinary matters which would go back to the respective court (original jurisdiction).
We believe that such a committee of Presbytery is a wonderful embodiment of how Presbyterians ought to do missions. It reflects our Presbyterian polity, provides true ecclesiastical oversight, and the necessary structure for setting up a provisional Presbytery in Germany. It also provides the infrastructure for cooperation across denominational borders, particularly as R2G seeks to partner with the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC), the United Reformed Churches (URCNA) and other Presbyterian and Reformed denominations.