noun, plural presbyteries. 1. a body of presbyters or elders. 2. (in Presbyterian churches) an ecclesiastical court consisting of all the ministers and one or two ...
Links . The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has over 10,000 congregations which are organized into 172 presbyteries (district governing bodies) and 16 synods (regional ...
Presbytery may refer to: Presbytery (church polity), a governing body of elders; Presbytery (architecture), the area of a church building more commonly referred to as ...
The Presbyteries of Barrie, Pickering, Lindsay-Peterborough, West Toronto and East Toronto each contributed congregations to the new presbytery.
PCA Presbyteries There are at present 83 presbyteries, or regional divisions, within the PCA, the most recent being Tidewater Presbytery (83rd), formed by ...
Directory of Presbyteries Boundaries and Stated Clerks. PRESBYTERY OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA (Adams, Bedford, Blair, Bradford, Centre, Clinton, Columbia, Cumberland ...
Presbyteries. Presbyteries are the regional governing and missional bodies of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. For a directory and to contact presbytery leaders ...
Presbyteries The goal of a presbytery is to provide support, flexibility, and encouragement for churches to pursue their Kingdom purposes.
Descriptions of and links to all the presbyteries of the Presbyterian Church in America, offered by the PCA Administrative Committee.
Presbyterian (or presbyteral) polity is a method of church governance typified by the rule of assemblies of presbyters, or elders. Each local church is governed by a ...