a 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.
PreSchool Opening Fall 2017
First Day – Thursday, August 10, 2017
July 10 – 14, 2017
MissionThe ASSIST Program Food 4 Kids St. Johns County Bloodbank Habitat For Humanity 2¢ a Dinner for Jamaica PWC Missions
MinistriesYouth & Children Groups for Adults Presbyterian Women (PWC) Prayer Ministry Scout Troop 225
MusicAdult Choir (Sunday Singers)Youth Choir Children’s Choir Bell Choir (with chimes) Special Instruments
Photograph of the Cross, next to our Columbarium.
Taken in late 2015.
Geneva ~ A Jacksonville Presbyterian Church
Joe’s Daily Devotionals
Published on DialHope.org
In the story of Abraham, in the book of Genesis – after the birth of Ishmael, Abraham waits 13 years for another word from the Lord. 13 years of silence. Abraham is an old man at this point. God has promised him an heir, and he knows it is not Ishmael. So, Abraham...read more
In the book of Leviticus, we learn a lot about the worship of the early community of faith. In chapter 6, the priests are instructed to keep a fire on the alter burning at all times. This fire was a reminder to the community of God’s continual presence with them. They...read more
Mother Teresa of Calcutta taught that we should try to be tiny pencils in the hand of God. I find that a wonderful image- a tiny pencil rather than a computer, or a majestic quill pen, or a printing press. All I need to be is a tiny pencil. How many times have we...read more