The Annual Gathering of the Presbyterian Women will be Saturday, January 25, 2020 at Montgomery Presbyterian Conference Center! For detailed information about the gathering, including workshop descriptions and the registration form, please click on the registration packet below. Please note the registration deadline is January 10. Please share this information with your congregations and friends who support the Presbyterian Women. If you have any questions about the Annual Gathering, please contact Kathy VanderVliet at Thank you! Registration Packet Schedule for the Gathering Registration & Refreshments 9:00 – 9:30 a.m. Worship 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. (Offering collected for Mission Haven) Business Meeting 10:45 a.m.Read More →

Workshop for Session Clerks Still Has Space   Session clerks, assistant clerks, moderators, and session members are invited to attend the Session Clerk’s Workshop on Saturday morning, November 16. First Starke will host the training, which will be presented by Sandra Hedrick, Stated Clerk, and Ed Kelly, Assistant Stated Clerk. Cost is $15 per person, which includes lunch and workshop materials. Currently there are 27 registrants for the Session Clerk’s Workshop, and there is room for more! Click here for the workshop flyer with complete details.Read More →

The Spring 2019 Stated Meeting was held on May 7, 2019, for worship, fellowship, discernment, and taking action.  Here are a few photos from the meeting.  Video clips are available on our our Facebook page! More →

Photos from the 2019 Winter Stated Meeting on February 9, 2019. Photographs by Eris Northern (Woodlawn), Chuck Hedrick, Sandra Hedrick, Chris Lieberman, and Marigrace Doran.  Read More →

The Presbytery of St. Augustine met on August 25, 2018, at St. Giles Presbyterian Church. Moderator Mary Mickel (Woodlawn) opened the meeting with prayer. Attendance was 186, including 66 teaching elders, 61 ruling elders, and 59 visitors. After introductions and a greeting by the Rev. Jake Young (St. Giles), worship began about 9:45 a.m. Worship continued in five segments that were woven into the day’s work. The meeting was adjourned at about 3:30 p.m. The purpose of the meeting was “to consider and make strategic decisions concerning the future of Montgomery Presbyterian Conference Center.” The assembly went into a “quasi committee of the whole” forRead More →

The Presbytery of St. Augustine met on February 3, 2018 at South Jacksonville Presbyterian Church.  Over 130 persons attended, including members, commissioners, and guests.  The Lord graced us with nice weather and warm fellowship. Morning Worship Our morning preacher was the Rev. Joyce Lieberman, the Executive and Stated Clerk of the Synod of South Atlantic. With her sermon text of Matthew 28.1-10, she urged us not to live our lives in fear. Rev. Lieberman lifted up the example of the women at the empty tomb who “took their fear and ran with it,” proclaiming with joy, “He is risen!” If we truly believe that JesusRead More →

Download highlights in PDF format We held our Fall Stated Meeting on October 3, 2017 at Montgomery Presbyterian Conference Center.  Fall was truly in the air, with morning temperatures in the low 70s and a wonderful breeze all day!  Over 150 persons attended, including guests and MPCC staff. Friendships were renewed, and new friendships have begun. Our morning preacher was Ron Watson, who changed his text to Psalm 34 in light of the previous day’s news of a mass shooting at a concert in Las Vegas. Ron spoke of the senseless suffering of God’s people in Las Vegas and in other recent times of painRead More →

By: Alexandra (Sandra) Hedrick, Stated Clerk “Where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.”  Matthew 18:20. We held our Winter Stated Presbytery Meeting on Saturday, February 2, 2014, at the historic Memorial Presbyterian Church in St. Augustine, Florida.  The weather was warm, and the pre-meeting fellowship was especially delightful. Dudley Weaver welcomed us on Memorial’s behalf. We were called to worship with the sound of a magnificent pipe organ and enjoyed congregational singing, prayer, the Word, and the Lord’s Supper. We read the names of each teaching and ruling elder who had died during 2013 and gave thanks toRead More →