Select Events

 

Presbytery Meeting

Special guest–Rev. Denise Anderson, co-moderator of the 222nd General Assembly

Thank you for being such a diligent presbyter!

Our next Presbytery meeting is September 9, 2017 at Jackson First.

The cost of lunch is $10.54.

The next meeting is Tuesday, December 5 at Mason First.

Once you register, you may send a check to the Presbytery office, made out to the Presbytery of Lake MI. Please mail them, so the check arrives two weeks before the meeting.

You can also bring a check (made out to the church) or cash (exact change is appreciated)  to the church the day of the meeting.
You may also pay by credit card through Paypal.  Lunch through paypal is $9.50  To pay by paypal, please follow this link.


PS.  There is another link to the Paypal button on the Presbytery Registration Form.

Thank you.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Images

Start:
September 9, 2017
End:
September 9, 2017
Register:
10.

RSS Best’s Blog

  • Partnership and Discipleship, the Warp and Woof of our Emerging Ministry Plan November 12, 2017
    Weavers set up looms with long threads called warp. Then with a shuttle weave a woof thread across the warp. The warp and woof form the woven fabric. Unwoven, they are only strands of thread. When naming our core values this spring, Presbytery of Lake Michigan's Leadership Team began with following Jesus (discipleship) and partnership, […]
  • Running on Fumes October 16, 2017
    While driving home the other day my car alert sounded.  I looked at the dashboard, and to my surprise the gas gauge was blinking. Yikes! My mind was on a million other things, in input from the day.  I had started out that morning with a partial tank of gas, enough to fulfill my duties […]
  • Pruning September 15, 2017
    "Every branch that bears fruit he prunes to make it bear more fruit."  John 15:2My dad was a Presbyterian minister.  When he retired on disability my parents moved into the Woods Home, a lovely home gifted by a wealthy banker for retired Presbyterian ministers.  The home was divided into three apartments. Rev. and Mrs. Byers lived […]

Archives

Cancel