What is the distinctive of a Presbyterian church? The answer is our leadership culture, the clue of which is found in the name itself. In the New Testament, appointed leaders were called presbeuteroi, or in English, elders. Each Presbyterian congregation is governed and led by a group of men and women, chosen by and representative of the congregation, called ruling elders. Together they serve on and comprise the leadership group, called the Session. The pastor of a Presbyterian church is called a teaching elder, and serves as the moderator of the Session.
Elder for Music and Worship firstname.lastname@example.org Bart and his wife Lois both practiced medicine in Twin Falls for 27 years as they raised their family. They moved to the valley full time in 2007 after retiring. We now both work part time for ...
Elder for Missions and Outreach email@example.com
Elder for Personnel Committee firstname.lastname@example.org
Elder for Children's and Family Ministry email@example.com
Elder for Affiliate Members firstname.lastname@example.org
Elder for Administration and Finance Committee email@example.com
Elder for Deacons Ministry firstname.lastname@example.org
Elder for Adult Ministry email@example.com
Elder for Youth and Young Adults Jerry and his wife Mary Beth moved to the valley after thirty years of dental practice in the Seattle area. The parents of two daughters, Jerry is an avid skier who works as a volunteer with Higher Ground,...
Clerk of Session firstname.lastname@example.org
Elder for Big Wood School HLSUSMC@TimeSaveLLC.Com
Elder for Communications email@example.com