Watch Company of New Pastors Director Quinn Fox challenge seminarians to work on a “deeply theological core” that engages “the God questions”
On Sunday the 14th of November, Marietta First Presbyterian Church celebrated their 175th anniversary with a day of worship, music, food and thanksgiving to God. Psalm 78:3-4 provided the theme for the day: “What we have heard and known, wh…
Stated Meeting of Cherokee Presbytery Saturday, July 24, 2010 at Kennesaw State University 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Registration begins at 9:00 AM for more information (Handbook, Files, Directions, Parking Info, etc.), click here.
Highlights of the Stated Meeting of Cherokee Presbytery 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, November 17, 2009 Southminster Presbyterian Church, Marietta, GA (Full minutes will be posted soon) Cherokee Presbytery came together on November 17 for its last stated meeting of 2009 – a year of transition to a new model, a change in presbytery leadership, a new [...]
On Tuesday, November 17, 2009, Cherokee Presbytery will gather at Southminster Presbyterian Church in Marietta for a time of worship, fellowship, and we might get a little business done too. Resources: Meeting Handbook Minutes from October 12, 2009 meeting Highlights from October 12, 2009 meeting Southminster Presbyterian Church: 1507 Hurt Rd SW Marietta, GA 30008-5815 [...]
It took a second try, but we finally had a presbytery meeting. We gathered in faith and prayed for safe travel for all as streams swelled and basements flooded from heavy rains – again! On short notice Cartersville First Church opened their doors to welcome us for the rescheduled meeting that didn’t happen on September [...]
The last two weeks have been such a blessing. On Aug. 30th, I shared in the worship at First Presbyterian Church in Cartersville, and this past Sunday, I got to be with the wonderful people of Macland Presbyterian Church. Both congregations serve God and their communities by offering preschools, vibrant worship, a strong Christian Education [...]
Well, it happened … at the last Presbytery meeting, during the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper, we tipped over one of the chalices of wine, and it spilled all over the table, staining the beautiful white linen. We carried on, of course — extra wine was brought and all the people were able to be [...]
Will your congregation be saying farewell to students heading off to college this fall?
…and Signs of the Kingdom It is everywhere around us; signs of the difficult times we are experiencing as a nation. For sale signs, flags at half-mast, “will work for food” signs, unfinished construction projects, shuttered businesses. Things are really difficult out there. Many places in our presbytery are experiencing double digit unemployment and soaring [...]