Elders

In the Presbyterian Church (USA), the people choose Elders. Together with ministers, they exercise leadership, government, and discipline, and have responsibilities for the life of this congregation as well as the church at large. Once someone is elected an Elder, they are an Elder “for life,” however, at any given time, a group of “active” Elders serve on the Session, the governing board of the church. In addition, each Elder works on at least one committee. Committee work usually includes a meeting once a month in addition to any time needed for accomplishing committee work. Every year, Elders rotate off the Session after a 3-year term, and newly elected ones take their place.

Session 2017:

  • Clerk: Kristen Stieffel

Class 2017

  • John Coffey
  • Morgan DeMarco
  • Michael Hester
  • Carol Pate
  • Keith Vetter
  • Glenn Widick

Class 2018

  • Marian Bauer
  • John Neusaenger
  • Trudy Phelps
  • Kristen Stieffel
  • Harry Whitmer
  • John Womack

Class 2019

  • Rob Cumbus
  • Hershel Hughes
  • Matt Schlichenmaier
  • Steven Seaver
  • Bill Tompkins

Contact Information

If you need to talk with an Elder, please contact the church office 
at (407) 898-6571. 

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Location and Service Times

1655 Peel Ave
Orlando, FL 32806
(407) 898-6571

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Worship Services in English
Sunday: 8:30 am & 10:45 am

Christmas Eve Candlelight Services

5:00 p.m.
D
esigned for everyone, especially those with young children. The service will be filled with readings from Scripture and lots of singing of familiar carols. The message will be presented with a touch of drama for the little ones to enjoy. It is early enough in the evening for those who want to get some family members to bed early, or to get to Grandma’s on time for family dinners.

7:30 p.m.
Our most traditional service with a full choir! We will have beautiful anthems and a traditional sermon.  This service will also include the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper.

11:00 p.m.
For many years this was the most popular and well attended service on Christmas Eve. It still remains, for many people, the most meaningful worship service of their year. The music will include hymns sung by the congregation and soloists.