A careful reading of the book of Acts, Titus, 1st Timothy, and 1st Peter shows us that the congregations of earliest Christianity were overseen by elders (Acts 14:23, 20; 17ff; Titus 1:5; 1st Timothy 3:1-7; 1st Peter 5:1-5). Elders are also referred to as "overseers" because they have the responsibility of overseeing the general life of the congregation, and are also referred to as "shepherds of the flock."
A Presbyterian Session consists of Ruling Elders (elected by the congregation, who serve in three-year terms) and the Teaching Elders
(the Pastor and Associate Pastors) of a congregation. The Session is the governing body of the congregation and is responsible for most of the major decisions affecting the direction of the congregation, including the areas of
Christian Education, Missions, Personnel, and the Budget/Finance.
Pastor John Mabray and Associate Pastor Jonathan Wagner
The Session Class of 2020: Tony Anderson, Jack McDaniel, Dave Raymond
The Session Class of 2021: Don Givler, Wayne Smith
The Session Class of 2022: Frank Hoffmann, Clyde White