Limestone Presbyterian Church
Church Leaders

Church Leaders

Church Leaders

Elected Church Leaders are expected to provide Christian leadership to the congregation in many areas of church life. This is a serious responsibility, requiring a dedicated
effort by each individual, as well as a coordinated effort by all leaders as a group. Men and women of committed Christian character are elected, ordained, and installed to serve, according to the Book of Order (chapters 6 and 14 of the Form of Government of the church constitution, the Book of Order).

Session is the governing body in a local Presbyterian congregation. Eighteen active Ruling Elders plus one Youth Elder serve on Limestone’s Session, and the Co-pastors are the Moderators of the Session, which meets monthly and holds special meetings when necessary.

Elders, as officers of Limestone Presbyterian Church, provide Christian leadership to the congregation in many areas of church life. Each elder serves actively on at least one Session standing committee: Administration, Christian Education, Endowment, Facilities Management, Fellowship, Finance, Human Resources, Long Range Planning, Memorial Garden, Mission, Nominating, Outreach, Stewardship, and Worship.

Deacons, as officers of the church, provide Christian service and leadership to the congregation in many areas of church life. Eighteen Deacons plus one Youth Deacon serve on the Board of Deacons, which meets monthly and holds special meetings when necessary. Each deacon serves actively on at least one deacon committee: Caring and Sharing, Communion, Emmanuel Dining Room, Flowers, Food Closet, Greeters, Needy Family, and Ushers and/or a Session Committee (Administration, Christian Education, Facilities Management, Fellowship, Finance, Human Resources, Long Range Planning, Memorial Garden, Mission, Nominating, Outreach, Stewardship, and Worship.