A chance for up to 4 educators in our presbytery to attend FOR FREE the
2021 Virtual Annual
“Anything but Ordinary Time”
February 4-6, 11:00 am – 6 pm each day
Sponsored by APCE (Association of Presbyterian Church Educators), this opportunity will enhance the work of people in Christian Education (educator, pastor, volunteer)
Submit your names today to Cheryl Carson for this transformational opportunity.
REGIONAL OFFICER TRAINING EVENT
What Makes a Successful Church Officer?
Trained. Informed. Prepared. Connected. Spirit-led.
We Can Help!!
Central Florida Presbytery is offering this regional officer training to strengthen our local church leaders and sessions. The recorded presentations from our virtual training event (below) are being provided in easy-to-view segments at the officer's convenience.
Clarifying Covenantal Expectations Between Congregations and Pastors in Uncertain Times
Rev. David Keck
Chaplain, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and Author of "Healthy Churches, Faithful Pastors: Covenant Expectations for Thriving Together "
Everyone wants a thriving church community capable of addressing extraordinary challenges. But developing and sustaining such congregations require candid conversations. This practical workshop designed for church officers helps leaders prepare for critical conversations about changing expectations for congregations and pastors. The workshop provides both a theological framework as well as hands-on experience with discussions about what congregations and pastors can expect from each other.
Video Recording of the Presentation Coming Soon!
APCE is an association for those who are serving or have served in educational ministries, as ministers, professional or volunteer educators, or students, in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the Reformed Church in America, The Presbyterian Church in Canada, the Moravian Church in America, and the Christian Reformed Church in North America. The purpose of the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators, Inc. is to advance educational ministries in the Church and increase the ongoing witness of our faith in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.