Policies and procedures of the Presbytery along with Handbooks and Guides
The Bylaws, Standing Rules and Policy Statements, including their appendices, makes up this Presbytery Administrative Manual.
A description of Presbytery committees.
The purpose of these policies and standards is to establish minimum requirements for commissioning elders to serve as CRE Pastors and the continuing education and supervision of these elders in the bounds of the presbytery.
Policies concerning: Per Capita Apportionment, Study Leave, Minimum Salary, Temporary Pastors, Expenses for Presbytery & Committee Meetings, Pastoral Changes, Young Adult Advisory Delegates, Special Offerings, Church Indebtedness, Prevention of Sexual Misconduct, Hiring of Church Staff, Appointing Special Investigating Committee, Policy Review, Alternate Commissioners to General Assembly, When a Pastor Leaves a Call, Accounting Principles, Electronic Voting, Procedure for Accepting Pastors -any Denomination, Conference Calls, Committee Chairs, Inquire/Candidate Indebtedness, Ordination Standards, Website
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