There are two types of officers represented in the Presbyterian Church: Ruling Elders and Deacons. Each group has distinct duties and works in concert with the other to ensure that the church’s ministry is as effective as possible.



The Ruling Elders are the officers of the church who make up the body known as the Session. Their role is to bring glory to God by managing the business, vision and administrative tasks of the church. Each Elder works with a particular committee that manages a certain part of the church’s mission, ministry and work. Elders serve a three year term.

Class of 2017

Brent Garrett

Heather Gordon

Nancy Jones

Fred Hyslop

Missy Nicholson

Judy Pearson

Class of 2018

Cal Cannon

Beth DelSavio

Carlton Greene

Dave Orr

Mark Roseveare

Sallie Smith

Class of 2019

Dennis Cooley

Greg James

Mary Ludlow

Tom Magaha

Nancy Welch

Blake Williams




The Deacons of the church make up the body known as the Diaconate. The main role of this group is to care for the congregation.

Philippians 2 says, “Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also the interests of others.”

It is with this spirit that the diaconate models its activities following Christ’s example. Deacons also serve a three year term.


Class of 2017

Bruce Baker

Marguerite DeMaria

Linda Hardman

Donnie Lyda

Kathy Vanderhoff

Joan White

Loralea Wright

Class of 2018

Steve Cummings

Bonnie Guerrero

Ann Lelo

Susan Lynn

Ginger Mauney

Becky McKay

Daryl Smith

 Class of 2019

Bob Brown

Chris Castello

Steve Dillard

Lynne Kelly

Ann Drayton Lister

Jason Mangum

Ansley Wright