The Spring 2018 Stated Meeting of Charleston Atlantic Presbytery was held on Tuesday, May 15 at New Wappetaw Presbyterian Church in McClellanville, SC.
You can also now check out information and videos from past presbytery meetings, HERE.
The Winter Stated Meeting of Charleston Atlantic Presbytery was held Saturday, February 24 at 9:30 am at Hebron Zion Presbyterian Church.
Please download the HANDBOOK for more information.
Check out this video about Lay School that was shared during a special presentation:
and our quarterly
We enjoyed great fellowship and worship, shared our joys in mission and ministry, and celebrated the work of our churches May-September 2017:
The Spring Stated Meeting of Charleston Atlantic Presbytery was held at Bethel Presbyterian Church in Walterboro on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. Read the meeting’s HANDBOOK.
The Winter Stated Meeting of Charleston Atlantic Presbytery was hosted by Zion-Olivet Presbyterian Church in North Charleston on Saturday, February 25 at Advent Evangelical Luthern Church, where Zion-Olivet is currently worshiping. Their address is: 3347 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29405.
We will began at 9:30 am with worship and the installation of our new Stated Clerk, Catherine Byrd, followed by a General Orientation to the new structure of Charleston Atlantic Presbytery, break out Ministry Team Orientations over lunch, and concluding with the business portion of the meeting.
The Fall 2016 Stated Meeting of Charleston Atlantic Presbytery was held on Tuesday, December 13 at St. Luke Presbyterian Church in Orangeburg. Highlights of the meeting included worshiping together, voting on the proposed ammendments from General Assembly, electing our new Stated Clerk, installing our new Moderator and Vice-Moderator, and hearing about the good work of our presbytery in its many forms of mission and ministry. You can learn more by reading the documents listed below:
PRESBYTERY MEETING NEWS
Charleston Atlantic Presbytery held a called meeting on July 21, 2016 at Park Circle Presbyterian Church to consider a contract to sell the current office and property at 2421 Ashley River Road. At the request of the session and congregation of Park Circle, the presbytery elected an Administrative Commission during the May Stated Meeting to close their church, which took place in with a presbytery-wide closing service of worship on June 1, 2016. The Commission was also empowered to market and sale the PCPC property, which was rescinded during the called meeting, in favor of considering an offer to sale the current presbytery office site on Ashley River Road. This would make it possible to renovate the first floor of the Park Circle Church and relocate the presbytery office and resource center. With that in mind, commissioners approved the following recommendations:
The Administrative Commission will make regular reports to the presbytery as this work and ministry progresses.