BASIC CHURCH FAQS
These are scheduled through the pastor along with marital counseling. An important resource and information guide is our brochure on weddings. It is available in the church office or at the website.
Call the church office to check on availability before planning any event. It’s not a “real” event until it’s on the office calendar. Outside groups may, if certain criteria is met, use the facilities for a donation. A schedule of the suggested donation is available by calling the church office.
All churches are a combination of family history, the way the church is organized and led, and its favorites among the orthodox Christian beliefs. The Presbyterians have a family tree that grows out Switzerland and Scotland with John Calvin and John Knox. The leadership is a pastor along with a “board” of spiritually mature members. The favorite beliefs center on the supremacy and sovereignty of God.
Prayer request forms are located in the Sanctuary pew racks and may be collected in the offering plates. Call the church office to start the Prayer Chain or Doris Branch to start the Circle Prayer Chain.
Restoration Fellowship Ministries, a Private Christian School (K-12) uses our facility for a fee. We offer space to the W.I.C. Clinic, a Florida Department of Health Program. This program offers Women, Children and Infants good nutrition plans. Memorials, Endowments, Stocks & Trust Funds: See our brochure on the website or in the narthex. Inquiries should be directed to the church Financial Treasurer.
The pastor can officiate funerals either in the sanctuary or elsewhere. Our brochure on funerals is an important resource to read and is available in the church office and our web site.
The Chancel Flowers calendar is located in the narthex. Please sign up to place flowers on the chancel in memory or honor of a loved-one or occasion. Call the church office to be sure it is on the office calendar and contact the Flower Coordinator – Lois Russell. The cost from the florist is $50.00. At Christmas & Easter special flowers are offered as memorials.
Sometimes also called the Lord’s Supper or the Eucharist, this sacrament is celebrated the first Sunday of each month. Led by the pastor and the elders, we join together to remember Christ’s sacrifice for us and to anticipate the Messianic Banquet when Jesus completes human history. One need not be a Presbyterian to participate. You simply need to want to have Jesus in your life. 2 Cents Per Meal Offering for relief of hunger in our community and world is collected on these Sundays. We also bring nonperishable food donations for the Central Brevard Sharing Center this day.
Located at the bottom of the hill outside the Sanctuary. The Memorial Garden holds engraved bricks in memory of loved-ones. An informative brochure is available in the narthex and the church office.
Contemporary Service on Sunday is at 9:15 am
Traditional worship service on Sunday is at 10:30 am
The Jennie McElveen Memorial Library located “downunder” is open when the church is open or during the week by request with the church office. It’s generous collection of books includes biography, fiction, religion, Bible study guides, books on tape, etc. The librarian is happy to help you with your selections or questions. Book donations are vetted by the session and, if accepted, then shelved.
We sing for fun and to help others sing and enjoy God. We welcome all who want to do that with us. No experience necessary. Our choir director and accompanist will gladly help you. We practice on Wednesday nights at 6:45 p.m.
Children’s Church for K-4 th Grade is offered during worship after the Children’s Sermon. Children go with the attendant to Rm. #46 for their own service.
Child care is offered during all worship services in Rm. #41
These are scheduled by the Pastor with the Session for Sunday mornings during worship. We do not schedule baptisms on the first Sunday as we have the Lord’s Supper on those Sundays. A short instructional meeting with the parent or parents precedes the baptism. One or more parents must be an active member of a Christian church to be eligible for baptism.