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Connections Newsletter:  2015 June Jul Aug Connections

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New Pastors
Welcoming Incoming Teaching Elders at the June Presbytery meeting

PCC is Located in the southeastern portion of North Carolina, this presbytery includes the counties of Bladen, Brunswick, Carteret, Columbus, Cumberland, Duplin, Harnett, Hoke, Jones, Lee, Moore, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender, Robeson, Sampson, and Scotland and portions of Lenoir, Wayne, Montgomery and Craven counties.

Ladies at Presbytery
Lunch Time at a Presbytery Meeting

Boasting…

    • 188 Churches
    • 5 Hispanic Mission Centers
    • 2 Hispanic Churches
    • An active Youth Council
    • 26,947 Church Members (12/2013)
    • 14 Certified Church Educators
    • 30 Elders serving as commissioned ruling elders (CRE)
    • 230 Resident Ministers
    • Over 200 volunteers serving on 15 Presbytery committees
    • a COM that works in three community groups
    • 3 full-time Mission Coordinators who support the Community sub-groups in mission and ministry
    • 3 Presbytery meetings each year
    • 8 or more candidates for ministry
    • 35 or more ruling elders qualified to serve as Commissioned Ruling Elders  but not commissioned.
    • 1 Outstanding Resource Center (The “Library” of Presbytery)
    • 1 year round camp and retreat center (Monroe Camp)

 

Rev. Whitney Wilkinson Preaching at Presbytery Meeting
Rev. Whitney Wilkinson Preaching at Presbytery Meeting

Educational Events held through the year.

Youth Ministry Events for the whole Presbytery.

Learn more by exploring this site.

Presbytery of Coastal Carolina
807 W. King Street ( see on Google map)
Elizabethtown, NC 28337
Office@presbycc.org
910-862-8300

Social Media Connections:

The Presbytery Mission Committee promotes the Cents-ability (2-cents-meal) offering. Here is the story of where that money goes in Haiti: