Presbytery Office Closed to Observe Christmas Holiday

imagesThis is a reminder that the Presbytery office will be closed Monday, December 22 – Thursday, January 1 to observe the Christmas holiday. We will reopen with normal hours on Monday January 5th.


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Presbytery of Central Nebraska Announces “Town Hall” Meeting

At the March 2015 stated meeting of Presbytery commissioners will be voting on the amendments to the Book of Order adopted by the 221st General Assembly and which take effect upon ratification by a majority of Presbyteries.

Therefore, the Presbytery of Central Nebraska invites congregations to attend a “town hall” type gathering. Chuck Traylor will be leading the discussion which will focus around denominational issues, Book of Order amendments, etc.; this is an opportunity for congregations of the Presbytery of Central Nebraska to discuss these matters, and other issues regarding the larger PCUSA, prior to the March 28th presbytery meeting in Broken Bow.

 Time:   3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

The group discussion will take place at the following locations:

February 8th

First Presbyterian Church-Kearney

Contact: Stephen Price-Gibson

RSVP by: February 4th

 February 15th

First Presbyterian Church-North Platte (Tentatively)

Contact: Polly Deppen-Williams       

RSVP by: February 11th

 February 22nd

First Presbyterian Church-Gothenburg

Contact: Jill or David Boyd

RSVP by: February 18th                  


Please RSVP with the hosting church or the presbytery office.


Click here for the proposed amendments.

Save the Date!!!

The Presbytery of Central Nebraska will be hosting a Clif Christopher Workshop – May 2, 2015

Revive your Stewardship & Generosity Program

Through a partnership with Horizons Stewardship, The Presbyterian Foundation hosts a series of stewardship seminars with Dr. Clif Christopher, author of Not Your Parents’ Offering Plate and on Saturday, May 2, 2015 the Presbytery of Central Nebraska will be hosting this workshop. Specific details about the workshop will be announced at a later time.

Each of Clif’s books offers an insightful look at stewardship methods today. His other books include Rich Church, Poor Church and Whose Offering Plate Is It?

These seminars allow you to take an honest look at what may be missing in your own congregation’s stewardship program, and find fresh ways to improve its effectiveness.

Please share this information with your churches and others that would benefit by attending this workshop. This workshop is also open to other presbyteries. Spread the word!

The Presbytery of Central Nebraska says Thank You!

2014 APA LuncheonThe Presbytery of Central Nebraska hosted a special administrative assistant luncheon last week at the Egg & I to say thank you for their service to the Presbyterian Church(U.S.A.). We are most grateful and thankful for what they do for our churches, pastors and this presbytery. God bless and thank you. 

Scotland 2016 Pilgrmage

ScotlandScotland May 20 – 28

Discover our Presbyterian heritage while enjoying magnificent landscapes, and welcoming, friendly people.

Ireland Option May 28 – June 1

Discover our Presbyterian heritage in Scotland and the history of the land. Enjoy magnificent landscapes, and the welcoming, friendly people, as you experience the many wonders of this magical land – cities, towns and villages — all steeped in a rich culture and history. Learn about Scotland’s role in the Protestant Reformation and Reformer John Knox, and see first hand how the Christian faith spread during the turbulent history of kings and queens…

  An Ireland extension is also available. 

 $50 fully refundable deposit will reserve your space!

The tour will be limited to 30 people…(we already have 14 signed up!)


Get more information

Reserve my space now!


 If you have any questions, please contact Kris or Doc.  We hope to travel with you in 2016!




Kris Peterson or Richard “Doc” Wyatt

Homestead Presbytery

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