Jacksonville Presbyterian Church
Welcome to Geneva Presbyterian Church of St Johns, Florida! Thank you so much for your interest in our church. We understand ourselves to be a family; people of all ages and backgrounds, seeking to follow Jesus together through the ups and downs of the journey of life. We also believe that God has called us into this family for a purpose; to be a blessing to our community and world. As we share our lives together, we become part of a movement, a compelling force for God’s love that is so much bigger than our individual lives. We care passionately about people, because we believe God cares passionately about people. And we believe that God cares passionately about you. Wherever you are in your journey of faith – my prayer is that you would know the depths of God’s love for you – at the very core of who you are. And may God surround you with a family of faith who will encourage you, challenge you and walk with you. If you don’t currently have a family of faith, we invite you to be a part of ours. Come worship with us. Come experience God’s grace with us. And may the fullness of God’s peace be with you. Peace, Joe Rev. Joseph Albright, Pastor
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.
The ASSIST Program Food 4 Kids St. Johns County Bloodbank Habitat For Humanity 2¢ a Dinner for Jamaica PWC Missions
Youth & Children Groups for Adults Presbyterian Women (PWC) Prayer Ministry Scout Troop 225
Photograph of the Cross, next to our Columbarium.
Taken in late 2015.
Adult Choir (Sunday Singers)Youth Choir Children’s Choir Bell Choir (with chimes) Special Instruments
The Book of James
Join us at 7:00 p.m. for an unusual look at the book of James, guided by Rev. John Kirkham and Trying-To-Be-More-reverend elder, Juliet Johnson.
Fellowship Hall, following dinner.
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.
Wear Your Tartan With Pride!
A long-standing Presbyterian tradition, the Kirkin’ of the Tartan returns on October 29, 2017, when we march our various plaids through the sanctuary, expressing gratitude for the many blessings of heritage.
Geneva ~ A Jacksonville Presbyterian Church
Joe’s Daily Devotionals
Published on DialHope.org
I love the book of Jonah. I especially love how real and human Jonah comes across. He runs from God. He repents only when he finds himself in deep, deep trouble. And he gets mad when God forgives his enemies! Jonah claims that he is mad enough to die! Not that Jonah...read more
I saw a cartoon not long ago that caught my attention. A woman is standing in front of a desk at the Missing Persons Bureau. A police officer is sitting at the desk, pencil in hand, taking down the information the woman has obviously come in to give him. This...read more
I understand that Navajo weavers developed a tradition called the “Spirit trail” as they wove their beautiful blankets. The “Spirit-trail” is created by the weaver deliberately forming a break in the line of their pattern. This “break” could be as simple as a single...read more
Photograph: On Geneva Pond