The presbytery offers a variety of events in many ministry areas throughout the year. From retreats and camps to workshops and fellowship, there is something going on all the time! Check this space regularly for presbytery sponsored events as well as information about programs at local churches.

Presbyterian Home for Children Thrift Store 

Monthly Donation Day at SVPC

Until further notice, due to Covid-19, donations will NOT be collected at Shades Valley on the first Saturday of the month. We hope to resume soon and will keep you posted as to when that will be. To volunteer or for more information, contact Jonathan Ahern at 1-256-368-8109.

Don’t Miss

Stewardship Kaleidoscope Online

The 2020 conference starts Tuesday, September 22 with Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto looking at the Acts of the Apostles in the 21st century and continues September 29, and October 6. Hear theological, practical, and actionable perspectives with a live Q&A after each session.
September 29th will feature Bonnie Ives Marden providing practical tools for church financial management;
October 6th we hear from Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow with perspectives on engaging multi-ethnic, multi-generational congregations in building the church for forward-thinking, funding, and functioning.
A link to participate in the weekly events will be emailed to registrants a few days prior to each program. Register Here and see more at
If you are a member of the PCUSA, scholarships may be available – learn more here.
Reduced rate!!!
Thanks to a grant from the Lilly Endowment, the Presbyterian Foundation is able to offer a reduced registration rate of $25. If you would like the reduced registration simply email Robert Hay Jr.and he can give you instructions on how to register for the reduced rate of $25.

“Wholeness in Times of Crises”

Registration for the 2020 Mid Council Leaders Gathering (Virtual) is free and opens mid-September. This year’s conference will be hosted entirely online. November 5, 2020

11:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (EST) Click the link below for more information. 

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