The mission of the Presbytery of the Mid-Atlantic is to resource, train, and
encourage one another to fulfill the Great Commission.
September 27-28, 2019
Myrtle Grove EPC
January 24-25, 2020
April 24-25, 2020
River Oaks Community Church
93rd Meeting of the Presbytery of the Mid-Atlantic
Friday, September 27, 2019, 12:00 Noon
Multiplication Transition Newsletter
The Presbytery of the Mid-Atlantic Multiplication Transition Team has provided this update on our plans to transition to three missional regions and ultimately into three distinct Presbyteries. Please click on this link for the latest news.
Transition Prayer Initiative
Presbytery of the Mid-Atlantic asks all of its churches to be in prayer about our ongoing transition to three Missional Repions and ultimately into three presbyteries. To help with this initiative, we have created a bulletin insert for use in your church. You can download an PDF version of this insert here.
Proposed PMA Transition Timeline
Presbytery of the Mid-Atlantic Multiplication Transition Team proposed the timeline above to move from one presbytery in three missional regions to three distinct presbyteries. The transition will occurs in several steps outlined above.
At its 91st meeting, the Presbytery of the Mid-Atlantic voted 136-11 to move forward with the vision of multiplying from one to three presbyteries. Initially, we will begin to move toward three missional regions and when structure and finances are developed in each of the regions, the PMA will multiply into three new presbyteries. This will likely take us 3-5 years and require approval of the General Assembly. Thanks to the Presbytery Multiplication Study Team led by Dr. Bill Enns and including Moderator Duke Lineberry, Scott McGregor, Ken Priddy, Powell Sykes, Jan Teagle, and Wes Vander Lugt.
Per-Member Giving and
Gifts to the Howard Shockley
Memorial Fund mail to:
PMA Treasurer - Tim Burns
2514 Plantation Center Drive
Matthews, NC 28105