The next stated meeting of Charleston Atlantic Presbytery will be held via Zoom at 9:30 am on Tuesday, December 8. Registration is now closed. The meeting will be live streamed on our Facebook page.
All Commissioners are expected to read the Handbook thoroughly prior to the meeting. If you have questions about a report, please reach out to the moderator/chair of the ministry team/commission prior to the meeting. If you have questions about polity or procedures, please reach out to the Stated Clerk, Catherine Byrd.
Minister members of presbytery who cannot attend and churches who will not have representation should send a request for excused absence to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 4.
The moderator has put together these Zoom Instructions to help you prepare to fully participate in the presbytery meeting. Please review this document thoroughly and ensure you feel confident in your Zoom Expertise prior to attending the meeting:
- You have already downloaded ZOOM onto your computer or device with audio AND video and will make sure the program is updated, if needed, no later than the day before the CAP meeting.
- You can launch ZOOM and, when entering, then initiate both auto and video with ease.
- You can rename yourself, using your first and last name, your role initials (below), and your congregation.
- TE = Teaching Elder members of Charleston Atlantic Presbytery
- RE = Ruling Elder Commissioner from a Session
- CP = Commissioned Lay Pastor
- CE = Christian Educator
- L = CAP Leader, moderator of ministry team or commission
- GA = GA Commissioner
- SC = Synod Commissioner
- CM = Corresponding Member (voice, no vote)
- V = Visitor, approved by Stated Clerk (voice, no vote)
- You can go back and forth between GALLERY and SPEAKER views.
- You can access the PARTICIPANTS window and can RAISE your ZOOM HAND
- You can access the PARTICIPANTS window and vote “YES” or “NO.”
- You can participate in a POLL.
- You can MUTE and UNMUTE with ease by either clicking the MUTE and UNMUTE button or by holding down the space bar while muted in order to speak.