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The Bylaws of the Presbytery of Nevada were adopted by the presbytery and became effective on July 12, 1909. The Bylaws of the Presbytery of Nevada are subject to the Constitution and laws of the State of Nevada and the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) which is the Book of Order.
The Presbytery of Nevada 1909 incorporation papers. “…to promote the spread of the Christian religion; to promote and provide for Christian education; to promote and establish such charitable and benevolent enterprises…”
Form for Expense Reimbursement along with a copy of Policy Number 5 Expenses For Presbytery And Committee Meetings
Application and explanation for Presbytery grants. Applications may be submitted any time during the year until funding is depleted. Decisions will be made twice a year at the Spring and Fall Presbytery meetings. Application deadlines are February 15th and September 1st
Directory of Churches and Ministries in Nevada Presbytery
Each member of the Committee on Ministry serves as a liaison to one or more churches.
Recording of Rev. Bob Crall’s sermon to Presbytery based on the texts below. Luke 10:33-35 But a Samaritan while travelling came near him; and when he saw him, he was moved with pity. He went to him and bandaged his wounds, having poured oil and wine on them. Then he put him on his own […]
Grace Presbyterian (Charleston Campus) has a video interview with Pastor Jim Houston-Hencken and their attorney Brian Padgett. Channel 3 covered the story on its website.
Part 1 of the Presbyterian Church’s constitution, The Book of Confessions.