Jacksonville Presbyterian Church
Sunday Morning Schedule
- Morning Worship – 10:30 a.m. (Usually traditional, sometimes with a contemporary twist.)
- Adult Sunday School 9:00 a.m. in the Knox Room and the Youth Living Room (Fellowship Hall)
- Youth and Children’s Sunday School 9:00 am (Fellowship Hall)
- Nursery is available during Sunday School and morning worship
Our life together is characterized by Trusting God, Nourishing People, and Encouraging All in a Christ-centered Walk. All are welcome. To sing, to serve, to pray, to be with us in fellowship with one another. Please feel free to call our pastor, any of our ruling elders, one of our caring deacons or extraordinarily talented, caring staff.
Photograph of the Cross, next to our Columbarium.
Taken in late 2015.
Christmas Gift Bazaar
Presbyterian Women & Helping Hands are sponsoring a Christmas Gift Bazaar at Geneva Presbyterian Church 1755 State Rd 13 St, Johns, Florida on Saturday Dec 2nd from 10-2pm in the Fellowship Hall. Just in time for the holidays, there will be unique Gifts, Make & Take crafts, Christmas Décor, Bake Sale, Hotdog lunch, Cards and Much More!
Hanging of the Greens
Join us as we dedicate our sanctuary decorations and anchor the Festive Season in spirituality and joy.
Our church and preschool have combined our talents to offer a twice weekly Moms Morning Out, so that parents enjoy a brief respite from the demands of toddler care, to run errands, take care of business or just relax.
The Monday and Wednesday morning program is for children of the church and community 18 months – 3 years old (36 months). It will be held from 9 a.m. – 12 noon, except Holidays, starting on October 2, 2017. Children must be registered as space is limited. Please click the link below to download the registration form. Volunteers are most welcome and must pass a backgound check.
Geneva ~ A Jacksonville Presbyterian Church
Joe’s Daily Devotionals
Published on DialHope.org
In his book, Peace Is Every Step, Thich Nhat Hanh writes, “If a child smiles, if an adult smiles, that is very important. If in our daily lives we can smile, if we can be peaceful and happy, not only we, but everyone will profit from it… You know a smile can relax...read more
Some pastors wear a pectoral cross while leading worship. It was something I did regularly during much of my active ministry. I had several such crosses. Among them was one that was far from fancy. Actually, it was quite simple. That cross was not professionally made,...read more
Well, the unbelievable happened just a few months ago, our first-born grandson headed off to his freshman year of college. How can that be? It seems like just yesterday that my wife and I were taking his Dad to college. And my first year of higher education, while now...read more
Photograph: On Geneva Pond