As we all work in new ways, we are using webinars to learn new skills and strategies to accomplish our tasks, including self care! This post consolidates information about webinars and online training opportunities.Read More →

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The Stated Presbytery Meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday, May 5, 2020, has been postponed. This action was taken as part of our collective efforts to faithfully care for the health and safety of everyone. As soon as the presbytery meeting can be safely re-scheduled, a new date will be announced. Read More →

Several of our churches are stepping in to create masks for medical workers and other essential employees. They are doing amazing work and sharing resources. Thanks for all you are doing to support our community in the midst of the pandemic.Read More →

For those who would like an opportunity to worship from home, we have included multiple opportunities. Thank you for exploring new ways of being church and serving each other. Remember that caring for each other, and spending time in prayer and meditation is also “being church.” Do what works best for you and your family in these changing and challenging times.Read More →

PW Moderator’s Report – February 2020 When I volunteered to serve as Vice-Moderator, lo, those many months ago, the Lord put the verse from 1 Corinthians 13:11-12, in my heart: “When I was a child, I talked like a child,  I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became grown, I put childish ways behind me. Now we see as if through a mirror darkly, as a poor reflection; then we shall see face to face.Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.” I focused on the first verse of this passage, andRead More →

On Sunday, February 23, our new Youth Ministry Leadership Team hosted a presbytery-wide “Youth Day Get-Away” at Community Presbyterian Church in Atlantic Beach. About 75 youth came from 10 different congregations to make this an exciting event. Read More →

Ruling Elder Edd Norris was installed as Moderator at our Winter Stated Meeting. Learn more about Edd and the experiences that he will share this year.Read More →

Community Thanksgiving Dinner at First Presbyterian Church Lake CityBy Terri Millikin, Event Organizer In 2000, a Thanksgiving meal was started as a Mission outreach for the homeless in the Lake City area.  The meaning of Thanksgiving changed that day for our church and community.  Nineteen years and 20 meals later, we are still going strong. A traditional meal of smoked turkey, cornbread dressing, gravy, sweet potatoes, and green beans is prepared. Tables are set with linens and our guests are greeted at the door, seated and served their meal.  Homemade desserts are the finishing touch.  Everything is done by volunteers from the church and community.Read More →