Presbytery Meeting Information HERE:
Next Presbytery Meeting
- is a CALLED meeting Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 9:30AM.
- at Graves Memorial Presbyterian in Clinton NC
- Purpose is to vote on the restructuring of Presbytery, amend presbytery’s budget in light of restructuring and lower income, receive and act upon a report on one minister transferring into the PCUSA and other items related to these purposes.
Please watch these informational videos about the proposals under consideration at the called meeting.
- Click here to Go to the complete PlayList on YouTube or
Click on the Individual titles below:
- Introduction the Videos – Bill Reinhold, General Presbyter (3 Min)
- What led up to the creation of the Provocative Proposal-Vision Statement-Mamie Wilson Hooker (5 min)
- Why meet in our community groupings? – Nick Ferrante (4 min)
- Explaining the proposed changes to the Committee on Ministry – Jay Bender, Chair of Overall COM (5 min)
- How the Mission Cabinet changes in this proposal – Ernie Johnson, Chair of SPOR (4 min)
- Why Stay One Presbytery? – Ernie Johnson (2 Min)
The next stated meeting is March 5, 2016.
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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.
- 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)
Educational Events held through the year.
Youth Ministry Events for the whole Presbytery.
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