Upcoming Quarterly Stated Meeting
Tuesday, December 3rd
Ormond Beach Presbyterian Church, 105 Amsden Road, Ormond Beach
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Rev. Layton Williams
Author of Holy Disunity and PC(USA) minister living in Charleston, SC, where she works as the Director of New Dawn Ministries at Sunrise Church on Sullivan's Island.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd
9:30 – 10:15 a.m. Worship
Sermon: A Love Worth Fighting For
Text: Matthew 15:21-28
11:15 - 12:15 p.m. Plenary
Finding the Holy in Disunity
In this deeply divided time, some call for unity at all costs, while others isolate themselves in like-minded havens, cutting off anyone who disagrees with them. But what if there's a way to faithfully coexist in the absence of unity? What if our call is not to perfect unity but to faithful, authentic relationship? What if God is doing good and holy work, even in the midst of disunity?
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4th
9:30 - Noon
Markham Woods Presbyterian, 5210 Markham Woods Rd, Lake Mary
Putting the Gifts of Disunity into Practice
This workshop will offer a time to examine in more detail some of the particular gifts of disunity--things we generally fear because of how they divide us, but which also hold lessons for us--and how those gifts show up in our own lives and ministry contexts. The structure will consist of some in-depth teaching from Rev. Williams on several different gifts, with time in between for small or large group discussion about each gift. Topics may include: argument, tension, separation, failure, and uncertainty, among others.
Please register below for Layton’s Wednesday workshop by Monday, December 2nd.
Recap of Fall Quarterly
Tuesday, September 10th
Rev. Jose Luis Casal
Former Director of
World Mission at the Presbyterian Mission Agency
Opening Worship Led by Rev. Jose Luis Casal
Sermon Title: "Matthew 25 and the Missional Church"
Recap of the Summer Quarterly Meeting
Thursday, June 6
Rev. Michael Gehrling
1001 New Worshiping Communities
Recap of the Spring Quarterly Meeting
Saturday, March 9th
Rev. Dr. Karoline M. Lewis