Peace River Presbytery’s 2022 HURRICANE IMMEDIATE RESPONSE PROTOCOL

Attached is Peace River Presbytery’s 2022 Hurricane Immediate Response Protocol. Hurricane Immediate Response Protocol

FEMA Assistance for Houses of Worship: What You Need to Know…

Attached is the latest FLAPDAN update. This issue focuses on PDA’s response to the flooding in Kentucky and information on FEMA’s Public Assistance for Houses of Worship.   FLAPDAN Update […]

Peace River Presbytery Cedarkirk Retreat

This retreat is open to pastors, ruling elders, deacons, staff, church members, and anyone from your congregations who may be interested. There will be something for everyone at this retreat; […]

Peace Presbyterian Embraces God’s Movement for Congregational Vitality

Written by: Amy Cerniglia With 52 live participants and one on ZOOM, the first Adult Education class on the Seven Marks of Congregational Vitality at Peace Presbyterian Church began on […]

Carson’s GA Blog

Sunday, June 26 As I write this, I sit on the plane traveling to Louisville. Well, let me correct that. I sit on the plane traveling to Atlanta so that […]

First In-Person Presbytery Meeting in Two Years

Hurricane Season is around the corner: Preparedness tips for churches and families

The 2022 Hurricane Season is predicted to be above average once again and it’s time to begin our preparations. Here are a few tips from the Florida Presbyterian Disaster Assistance […]

Invitation to Visit Immokalee Fair Housing site

Exciting things are happening in the vision to create affordable housing for farmworker and other low-income families living in Immokalee, FL. The Immokalee Fair Housing Alliance (IFHA) would like to […]

Letter from Melana

Dear Friends in Peace River Presbytery,

There is great news to share – the sale of the presbytery office closed on December 15, and we will have an opportunity at the February meeting of presbytery to talk about what God might want us to do with the funds from that sale. We will be moving to First Presbyterian Church, Port Charlotte on January 14…

From the General Presbyter

The world seems to move at a faster pace every year. Maybe you remember when you were a child how the summer spread out before you with endless possibilities and every day was an adventure. Now it sometimes seems like a week is over in what feels like two days. We are nearing the end of another year and sometimes it seems like we just started it. Time is a strange thing and when we fail to live in the present, it goes very quickly. When we were younger, the most important thing was whatever we were doing at the moment. As we get older, the most important thing often seems to be in the future, so time slips away…