South Plains Presbyterian Church

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 SESSION HIGHLIGHTS

 

 

• Ted Makranczy shared with Session information he gained from the Fluvanna Sheriff’s Department concerning “Place of Worship Security”. Session is requesting the Albemarle Police Department do a risk assessment of our facility.

• Christian Education: Elder Creamer reported that the FBS committee will meet in the near future.

• Fellowship: Elder Gibson reported that there is a continuing need for sign-ups for Fellowship after both services.

• Mission: Elder Bill Eastwood moved, and Session approved the following: -Souper Bowl offering February 4 -One Great Hour of Sharing - April 1 -Joy Gift - December 23 -promotion of Crop Walk on October 14 -promotion of Happy Face -promotion of a suitcase drive - Presbyterian Home of the Highlands

• Outreach and Evangelism: Elder Matics reported that the Gift Fair is scheduled for November 3-4.

• Worship and Music: Elder Shaffer reported: -on changes to the Inclement Weather Policy -shared a member request concerning hearing issues in worship -recommended and Session approved that the Lenten Soup and Study would now be the responsibility of the Christian Education and Fellowship committees -music leadership is evaluating the possible gift of a piano -exploring a request for a mid-week prayer service -recommended and Session approved the following additions to the Bridge Pastor’s responsibilities: Ash Wednesday service, Maundy Thursday service, and the Lenten Soup and Study -applying for a Small Church Grant from the Synod of the MidAtlantic to assist with organ repairs

• Administration and Finance: Elder Keplinger presented year-end financial report for 2017. Recommended and Session approved the Child Protection Policy.

• Elder Keplinger closed the meeting with prayer.

 

 
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