The Presbytery of Cayuga-Syracuse will hold a stated meeting on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at First Presbyterian Church of Baldwinsville, 64 Oswego Street, Baldwinsville, NY 13027. The gathering will begin with registration at 8:30 am and a special program at 9:00 am followed by the call to order at 10:00 am.
 
Things to know:

  • Childcare is available by reservation. RSVP to admin@presbville.com by October 29.
  •  Lunch will be served at a cost of $5.00 payable at registration.
  • Internet service will NOT be available.
  • Names of new commissioners may be sent to lsruss@aol.com for nametags.
  • Requests to be excused should be sent to lsruss@aol.com  by October 31.
  • This gathering is handicap accessible.
  • This gathering may be recorded and pictures will be taken.

Things to anticipate:

  • 9:00 am: "Being a Mathew 25 Church" - a special presentation by Resource Presbyter, the Rev. Karen Chamis
  • Worship with communion
  •  Celebrating the award of a Synod innovation grant and learning how to apply
  • Approval of the 2020 Budget
  • "Good News" from our Congregations and Worshipping Communities
  • Tips from Communications Coordinator Sarah Buckshot
Presbytery gatherings are important opportunities to worship together around Word and Sacrament, to learn together, to do business together, and to connect with and engage in "one-anothering" with our sisters and brothers from throughout the Presbytery.
 
Papers for this meeting can be found here, and include:

Docket
Consent Agenda
Minutes from the Presbytery meetings of August 13, 2019
August 2019 Per Capita report
Budget report as of 8-31-19
Statement of financial position by fund 8-31-19
Auditors review of 2018 financials
Presbytery Sexual Harassment Policy
Korea Peace Treaty Overture
 
Additional papers for this meeting can be found here, and include:
 
Proposed budget for 2020-draft 2
Sept. '19 Per Capita report
Presbytery 2019 Budget 9-30-19
Statement of financial position by fund 9-30-19
Introductory bio of Rev. J. Haven
Introductory bio of Rev. Dr. R. Kiser