DEacon care

What do the Deacon's Do?


A Ministry of Care and Compassion. The Deacons are a group of 12 ordained members, each serving a two-year term. Deacons meet quarterly for continuing support of one another in ministry and for education. Each Deacon is responsible for a group of parishioners called a Flock. A Flock consists of six of seven family units that the Deacon stays in contact with and offers support to. The Deacons are also responsible for ushering and supporting individually ministry committees.








Ruling Elder Care

What do Ruling Elder's do?


A Ministry of Leadership and Spiritual Guidance. The Ruling Elders consist of 12 ordain members, each serving a two year term. They each serve on the congregations ruling board, The Session. The Session is the decision making body of the Church. Along with the session the elders lead a ministry committee. “Elders are called to be spiritual leaders, strengthening and nurturing the faith and life of the congregation committed to their charge. In the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) elders are instructed to engage members in the mission of the church and to provide opportunities for evangelism, pastoral care, worship, education and stewardship (Book of Order, G-10.0100). PCUSA


Pastoral Care:


If you know of someone who is in need of pastoral care due to physical or spiritual needs, please contact the pastor.