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					                                      Minutes of the
                                    147th Stated Session

                                     of the
                           PRESBYTERY OF SHENANDOAH

                                      August 21, 2010

                              Franklin Presbyterian Church
                                 Franklin, West Virginia




                                NEXT STATED SESSIONS


                          Tuesday, November 9 – 9:00 a.m.
                          Massanetta Springs Conference Center
                                Harrisonburg, Virginia



                         Saturday, February 12, 2011 – 9:30 a.m.
                             Covenant Presbyterian Church
                                   Staunton, Virginia



                                  Tuesday, May 10, 2011
                            Charles Town Presbyterian Church
                              Charles Town, West Virginia


       SHENANDOAH PRESBYTERY IS A COVENANT BODY WHERE:

»   congregations are empowered to be centers for mission,

»   lay pe rsons are equipped to be Disciples of Christ in a challenging world,

»   church professionals are nurtured, and strengthened for service,

»   open communication and information are used constructively and creatively to keep us
    connected.
                                                                      SHENANDOAH PRESB YTER Y
                                                                            DIRECTORY

Mary Lou Co x........................................................................................................................................................ Moderator 2010
                                                                                 cwmco x@htcnet.org
Jonathan Bunker .......................................................................................................................................... Vice-Moderator 2010
                                                                          pastor-bpresbch@verizon.net
Sally Hinch man ............................................................................................................ Interim General Presbyter/Stated Clerk
                                                                      presbyter@shenpres.org Ext 108
Lucille Gohdes...................................................................................................................................................................Treasurer
                                                                 treasurer@shenpres.org Ext 111
Doug Sensabaugh............................................................................................................... Co mmunicat ions Coordinator/HAE
                                                                        doug@shenpres.org Ext 106
Lisa Hedrick ....................................................................................................................................Resource Center Coordinator
                                                                           lisa@shenpres.org Ext 105
Cheri H. Bowman............................................................................................................................................. Office Coordinator
                                                                    chbowman@shenpres.org Ext 100
Heather Carter................................................................................................................................................................ Bookkeeper
                                                                    bookkeeper@shenpres.org Ext 110
Kimberly T. Stroupe .............................................................................................................................Assistant for Constitution
                                                                          kims@shenpres.org Ext 107



                                                    EXECUTIVE EM ERITUS: The Rev. Ho mer C. Phifer, Jr.
                                                        490 Burn ing Tree Road, Pinehurst, NC 28374




                                                    SHENANDOA H PRESBYTERY OFFICE
                                                 1111 North Main St reet, Harrisonburg, VA 22802
                                       Telephone: 540-433-2556 Fa x: 540-433-6830 shenpres@shenpres.org




                                                        SHENANDOA H PRESBYTERY CORPORATION
                                                         1111 North Main St reet, Harrisonburg, VA 22802


Current Officers                                                                                                                                           Advisory Members

Kendrick McNu lty, President                                                                                                     Bro wn, Edwards & Co mpany, LLP
James E. Williams, III, Vice President
Dr. Garrett Long, Vice President
Philip H. Miller, Secretary
B. Randolph Roller, Treasurer



                                                       CAMP PADDY RUN
                             Address: 221 Camp Lane, Star Tannery, VA 22654; Telephone: 540-436-3665




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                CANDIDATES FOR MINIS TRY OF THE WORD AND S ACRAMENT

Daniel Fassio                   Ho me Church – Lexington
                                238 Orr Road
                                Upper St. Class, PA 15241

NathanF                         Ho me Church - Mt. Carmel
                                115 Marshall Drive
                                Clarksville, VA 23927
                                koolkash@pactec.kz

Robert W. Hamilton              Ho me Church - Staunton Third
                                91 Manchester Dr.
                                Staunton, VA 24401


Patrick Lanaghan                Ho me Church – Slanesville
                                P.O. Bo x 182
                                Slanesville W V 25444
                                patrick@lanaghan.com

Emily M iller                   Ho me Church – Cooks Creek
                                118-D Pennie Lane
                                Bridgewater, VA 22812

Marie Mainard O‟Connell         Ho me Church – Covenant
                                638 W. Frederick St ., Apt 2
                                Staunton, VA 24401

Helen “Punker” Robertson        Ho me Church – Goshen
                                471 Sunnybrook Rd.
                                Fairfield, VA 24435

Shawn Hevener                   Ho me Church – Tin kling Spring
                                1509 Ridgeway Dr
                                Staunton VA 24401

Joan Wilson                     Ho me Church – Woodstock
                                590 Sherman Rd
                                Woodstock VA 22664


           INQUIR ERS FOR MINIS TRY OF THE WORD AND SACRA MENT

J. Walter Canter                Ho me Church – Cooks Creek
                                1490 Bluewater Rd.
                                Harrisonburg VA 22801

Rebecca Siddle                  Ho me Church – Waynesboro First
                                649 Chestnut Ave.
                                Waynesboro, VA 22980




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   GOVERNING BODIES


  Synod of the Mid-Atlantic
   3218 Chamberlayne Ave.
    Richmond, VA 23227
        804-342-0016
        800-743-7670
     www.synatlantic.org



Office of the General Assembly
      100 Witherspoon St.
  Louisville, KY 40202-1396
         502-569-5000
         888-728-7228
         www.pcusa.org




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                                       PRESB YTER Y OF S HENANDOAH
                                   MINUT ES OF THE 147 th STATED MEETING
                                     FRANKLIN PRESB YTERIAN CHURCH
                                         FRANKLIN, WES T VIRGINIA
                                              AUGUS T 21, 2010

The 147th Stated Meeting of the Presbytery of Shenandoah was held at the Franklin Presbyterian Church, in Franklin, West
Virgin ia, at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 21, 2010. The Moderator, Elder Mary Lou Co x, called the meeting to order with
prayer.

                                           QUORUM AND ENROLLMENT

The Interim Stated Clerk reported that a quorum was present. The final enrollment was as follows:

Adm       Admin istrator          DYP        Director, Youth Program         OM         Overseas Missionary
Asst      Assistant               ED         Educator                        P          Pastor
Assoc     Associate               GP         General Presbyter               Prof       Professor
Chap      Chaplain                HR         Honorably Ret ired              SS         Stated Supply
CM        Campus Minister         IA         Interim Associate               Stu        Student
COP       Co-Pastors              IN         Inactive                        T          Teacher
Coun      Counselor               IP         Interim Pastor                  TM         Tent Making
DP        Designated Pastor       ML         Minister-at-Large               WC         Without Charge

(Description code for attendance: P = p resent E = excused A = absent)


A   Allen, Donald R., Jr.         HR
A   Arnold, Timothy               P           Sherando                       Absent
A   Barner, Ann Elizabeth         HR
A   Barner, Fred Tho mas          HR
A   Baxter, John A.               HR
P   Bethard, John T.              P           Charles Town                   Caro l Beattie
P   Biggs, Thomas T.              HR
A   Boyer, Grace Jones            HR
A   Brandon, Joseph C.            P           Olivet                         Absent
E   Bridg man, Larry Ann C.       HR
E   Bridg man, Stewart G.         HR
P   Bro mhead, Jonathan           Assoc       Harrisonburg First
P   Bro wnlee, J. Malcolm         HR
E   Bucy, Ralph D.                HR
P   Bunker, Jonathan W.           P          Berryville                      Jim Barb
P   Burton, Rufus T., III         P          Martinsburg First               Dot Bo wers
E   Caldwell, Clifford D.         HR
A   Cardot, Guy Richard           P           Petersburg                     JoAnn Harman
P   Carlsson, Charles M., Jr.     HR
E   Carr, Phillips L.             HR
P   Chap man, George W.           P           Buena Vista                    Absent
E   Coffman, Donna B.             ML
A   Cole, William A., Jr.         HR
P   Coleman, Glenn M.             P           Hot Springs                    Rick Armstrong
P   Conrad, Scott A.              P           Glen Kirk                      Charles Milliser
A   Corder, William “Lee”         ML
P   Cornish, Ho mer T.            HR
P   Co x, C. W illiam             HR
E   Cranford, April H.            Assoc       Tinkling Spring
E   Cru mley, Rachel              Assoc       Front Royal
E   Cushman, James E.             HR
P   Cushwa, John W.               P           Falling Waters                 Absent
E   Davis, Curry W.               HR
A   Dax, Betty G.                 ML
E   Dent, William H., Jr.         HR

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P   DeSarro-Raynal, Clark        P        Tuscarora                    Karen Thatcher
P   DeSarro-Raynal, Donna        ML
A   Dietrich, Richard S.         P        Staunton First               Caro line Bell
A   Dobyns, Sharyl A.            ML
A   Dole, Richard S.             HR
A   Donohoe, Patricia A.         HR
A   Douty, Horace D.             HR/IP    Oxford
E   Earl, John B., Sr.           HR
A   Evans, Caroline B.           Assoc    Warrenton
E   Evans, George W.             P        Cooks Creek                  Excused
A   Everhart, William G.         Supply   Bunker Hill
P   Farthing, Stanley H.         Supply   Zetta
E   Field, Robert F.             HR
E   Fisher, Merle L., Jr.        HR
E   Fisher, Otis L.              HR
E   Forbes, Richard A., Jr.      HR
P   Foster, M. Kerry             P        Bridgewater                  Elizabeth Engleking
E   Franklin, John S.            HR
E   Garrison, John D.            HR
E   Garriss, K. Braxton          HR
E   Good man, W illiam R., Jr.   HR
E   Goshorn, Robert D.           HR
E   Guthrie, James E.            HR
A   Hahn-Campanella Kitty        Supply   Highland-Memorial
A   Haines, Kenneth P.           ML
P   Hand, Kevin L.               P        Franklin                     Dyer Anderson
                                          Ruddle                       Kathryn Ruddle
                                          Upper Tract                  Absent
E Haney, John H.                 P        Goshen                       Excused
                                          Millboro                     Excused
                                          Rocky Spring                 Excused
E Haney, M. Olivia Kincaid       ML
P Harmon, Melissa L.             P        Beulah                       John Brock
                                          Monterey                     Dot Terry
                                          Pisgah                       Debbi Stephenson
E   Harrison, L. Randolph        HR
E   Hastings, John R. “Skip”     P        Collierstown                 Excused
E   Hay, Tho mas D.              Adm
E   Hayter, J. T., Jr.           HR
E   Held, Ann Reed               P        Trin ity                     Mark Fackn itz
E   Hellmuth, Barton L.          HR
A   Hendy, Susanna               ML
E   Heyward, William B., Jr.     P        Smyrna                       Excused
E   Hill, Robert S., Jr.         HR
E   Hill, Sarah L.               P        Broadway                     Houston Lynch
P   Holbrook, Fred A.            Adm
P   Holden, Tho mas J., III      HR
E   Holman, Glen A.              P        Waynesboro First             Dan Woodworth
P   Hopkins, E. Reed             P        Loch Willo w                 Gene Sours
P   Howard, Carl D.              SS       Hedgesville & Little Falls
P   Howard, Dav id D.            P        Strasburg                    Absent
A   Hunt, Patricia               ML
E   Inglis, J. Leslie            HR
E   Jackson, James R.            HR
P   Jackson, Katherine C.        P        Moorefield                   Absent
A   Jaureguizar, Marcia W.       ML
P   Johnson, Barbara R.          P        Ro mney                      William Po wnell
A   Jones, Donald D. M.          HR
A   Kennedy, J. Whitner          HR
P   Key, Kyle W.                 Assoc    Harrisonburg First
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A Klein, Deborah H.             ML
A Klein, W illiam M .           P          Lexington                Absent
                                                                    Absent
A   Langdon, J. Bradford        ML
A   LaPrade, Lester N., Jr.     HR
P   LaRue, H. Donald            P          Fin ley Memorial         Absent
E   Leggett, John P.            P          Massanutten              Ellen Blose
                                                                    Dale Dobroth
A   Lewis, Elizabeth            Chap       Westminster-Canterbury
E   Lewis, Herbert T.           HR
A   Lindsey, James E., Jr.      HR
E   Lovelace, Ronald            Prof
A   Lovelady, Jonathan W.       P          Westminster              Absent
A   Lowe, Emo ry G.             HR
P   Macbeth, Bruce A.           HR
E   McClintock, Lynn            ML
A   McCoig, Dan M., Jr.         Assoc      Winchester First
A   McCrary, Elizabeth L.       P          Augusta Stone            Absent
P   McDermott, F. Lee           P          Buckton                  Absent
A   McDonald, Carlyle A.        HR
P   McDonald, John L.           P          Waynesboro Second        N. Price, Jr.
P   McFarlin, Charles A.        P          Spring Hill              Absent
A   McLean, Karen E.            ML
E   Miles, Larry C.             HR/SS      Shenandoah Parish
P   Moore, G. Carl              P          Fairfield                Anne Wade
                                           Timber Ridge             Absent
E   Moore, William L.           OM
A   Muncy, Robert L.            HR
A   Neel, Donald E.             HR
E   Newman, Ho ward A.          P          Mt. Horeb                Michael Bryant
A   Nickels, George E.          HR
A   Norville, Charles K.        HR
P   O'Go rek, Pau l A.          Chaplain   Sunnyside Co mmunity
E   Osborne, Robert S.          P          Berkeley Springs         Excused
P   Owen, Jan G.                IP         Tinkling Spring
E   Painter, W illiam L., Jr.   HR
A   Pancake, Joseph S.          HR
A   Perkins, P. Parker, Jr.     HR
E   Peterson, John C.           P          Covenant                 Victor Lud wig
P   Pettit, Ann R.              Supply     Massanutten
E   Pettit, Patrick S.          P          Mossy Creek              Excused
P   Poland, Ernest L. Jr.       P          Keyser                   Charlotte Hott
A   Pollock, Richard            Adm
A   Potter, Ronald R.           P          Sunnyside                Absent
A   Price, Norman G.            HR
P   Pyles, Elizabeth            P          McDowell                 Bev Tho mpson
P   Reed, Charles K.            P          Warm Springs             Kathryn Henderson
P   Reifsnyder, Richard W.      P          Winchester First         Ed Bell
                                                                    James Brannon
                                                                    Dave Thalman
E   Reller, Charles K.          HR
P   Rhyne, C. Tho mas           P          Front Royal              Sandra Lehr
A   Robinson, John A., Jr.      Adm
A   Robinson, Sally O.          IP         Parish of Valleys
P   Ross, Anne M.               P          Elkton                   Martha Dofflemyer
A   Schmah l, Carl              P          Warrenton                Susanne Taylor
                                                                    Absent
E   Sefcik, Joseph T.           HR
A   Sherman, H. Wray            P          Hermitage                Absent
A   Sherrard, Robert L.         P          Windy Cove               Absent
P   Sieck, Philip L.            ML
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P Slider, C. Richard II       HR
E Sloop, John F.              P         Harrisonburg First     Tom Clayton
                                                               Richard Johnson
                                                               Absent
E   Snelson, Andrew L.        HR
P   Sommer, Ph ilip W.        HR/Supply Pied mont
E   Sonstegard-Spray, Maren   Assoc     Winchester First
A   Stanley, Arthur L.        HR
A   Stephens, Millard M.      HR
E   Sterrett, John D., III    HR
P   Stokes, Martin L.         P         New Monmouth           Gary Swink
P   Summers-Minette, A my     Assoc     Covenant
A   Swezey, Charles M.        HR
E   Symons, Charles D., Jr.   HR
E   Thornton, Joel P.         P         Bethel                 Excused
E   Tremba, Randall W.        P         Shepherdstown          Excused
E   Tutterow, Ch ristina B.   P         Bethesda               Excused
A   Unger, Ph ilip E.         ML
E   Vernon, Joseph H. J.      HR
P   von Oeyen, Jr., Robert    P         Bethany                Absent
E   Watkins, John M.          HR
E   Webb, Lisa M.             P         Woodstock              Eileen Haigh
E   Webb, Randall E.          P         Nineveh                Sandra Ey
E   Whiteley, Nancy S.        HR
E   Wilkers, Jack B.          P         Staunton Third         Excused
E   Wilkinson, Donald S.      HR
P   Williams, Dan iel S.      P         Staunton Second        Bob Rid le
A   Wilson, Stanton R.        HR
E   Witt, David R.            P         Opequon                Wendy Hamilton
E   Woodworth, Robert B.      HR
P   Wyche, Frank              P         Hebron                 Alan Mayer
E   Young, Betty Jean         HR
E   Young, Ph ilip H.         HR
A   Young, Richard O., Sr.    HR

                                   CHURCHES W ITHOUT INSTALLED PASTORS
                                      Ben Salem              Absent
                                      Bloomery               Absent
                                      Buffalo Gap            Lewis Burns
                                      Bunker Hill            Absent
                                      Burlington             John Lowell Huffman
                                      Burnt                  Roy Meff
                                      Cedar Creek            Absent
                                      Circleville            Absent
                                      Clearbrook             Absent
                                      Craigsville            Absent
                                      Elk Branch             Absent
                                      Gerrardstown           Harriet Kopp
                                      Halltown               Excused
                                      Hedgesville            Absent
                                      Highland Memorial      Joseph Higgs
                                      Immanuel               Absent
                                      Ivanhoe                Absent
                                      Kearneysville          Absent
                                      Little Falls           Brenda Cloud
                                      McCutchen              Absent
                                      Middletown             Absent
                                      Mount Carmel           James Ramsey
                                      Mount Hope             Absent
                                      Mount Joy              Absent
                                      Mount Olive            Daniel Lauff
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                                               Mount Storm                       Absent
                                               New Providence                    Frank “Pat” Patterson
                                               Oxford                            C. Anderson
                                               Pied mont                         Kermit Becker
                                               Pines Chapel                      Daniel M.
                                               Round Hill                        Absent
                                               Second Opequon                    Absent
                                               Seneca Rocks                      Absent
                                               Slanesville                       Absent
                                               Springfield                       Caro l Watkins
                                               Tabler                            Excused
                                               Tinkling Spring                   Carl Van Fossen
                                                                                 David Graham
                                               Tomahawk                          Franklin Stilwell
                                               Union                             Jane Karicofe
                                               Wardensville                      Absent
                                               Williamsville                     Pamela Webb
                                               Zetta                             Excused

VOTING ELD ERS:

Co mmissioned Lay Pastors

P   Michele Elliott                             A Ray Fit zgerald                                A Tom Forbes
P   Judy Hensley                                P Isca Mitchell                                  A William Moore
E   Alvin Russell                               E Bobby Spurgeon                                 P Ron Wilkes
P   Paul Wolverton

Vot ing Elders of Presbytery Staff or Presbytery Council:

P   Dot Bo wers, Council (also church commissioner)                          A   Ed Bro wn, Council
P   Sandi Ey, Council (also church commissioner)
P   Mary Lou Co x, 2010 Presbytery Moderator                                 P   Sally Hinch man, Interim Presbyter
E   Lucille Gohdes, Staff Elder                                              P   Lisa Hedrick, Staff Elder
P   Richard Johnson, Council (also church commissioner)                      A   Phil Zirkle, Council
P   Doug Sensabaugh, Staff Elder

NON-VOTING VIS ITORS:

Candidates
Patrick Lanaghan                                            Punker Robertson                             Joan Wilson

Displays                                                                         General Assembly Co mmissioners
Richard Dorman, Church Mutual Insurance                                          Kathi Crites
                                                                                 Merrily Kohler

Presbytery Staff
Kim St roupe                                                Heather Carter

Visitors
Janis Bucklen                                           Erma Burns                                    Jeanie Cushwa
Louisa Dixon                                          Mary Howdyshell                                 Virgin ia Leach
Linda Reece                                            Martha Sieck                                      Patty Slider
Jean Steidel                                           Isaac Stroupe                                      Joy Taylor
David Wade                                            Anna Lee Wilkes


Ministers = 50     Voting Elders = 69   Other = 22 TOTA L = 141



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                                        WELCOME AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Moderator welco med all visitors and elder co mmissioners were recognized for this being their first Presbytery meeting.
The Moderator noted that a room will be designated as the Prayer Roo m during each Presbytery meeting. The Rev. Kevin
Hand welco med the co mmissioners and gave locations for restrooms and directions for lunch.

                                                    APPOINTMENTS

The Moderator appointed the following: Assistant Clerks: Rev. Ern ie Poland of Keyser Church, and Elder Jo Ann Harman
of Petersburg Church     Parliamentarians - Rev. Fred A. Holbrook for morn ing session; Rev. Daniel S. Williams for
afternoon session

                                              MINUT ES OF MAY 11, 2010

The Body approved the minutes of the stated session held May 11, 2010, as distributed.

                                                         DOCKET

The docket was adopted. See page 79

                             COMMUNICATIONS AND REPORT OF STATED CLERK

Interim Stated Clerk Sally Hinch man gave the following report:

FOR INFORMATION:

         A.       Synod of Mid Atlantic Rev iew o f Presbytery Minutes: Stated Clerks of the presbyteries in the Synod of
                  Mid-Atlantic will gather in the Synod Office in Rich mond, VA on Wednesday, August 18, 2010 to
                  review each other‟s minutes.

         B.       History Co mmittee: The History Co mmittee is in their final stages of preparing their final document.

         C.       The Committee on Representation: The Committee on Representation Chair, Rev. Richard Slider
                  submitted the presbytery‟s annual report to the Synod of the Mid-Atlantic.

                                                 OMNIBUS MOTION

The Moderator moved the following omn ibus motion, which was approved:

FROM STATED CLERK:

         Excuse fro m attendance of all or part of this stated meeting those ministers who submit such a request.

                                     WORS HIP AND S MALL GROUP S ESS IONS

Worship was planned around the breakout sessions lead by Shenandoah 2010. Co mmittee members led worship fro m
Ro mans 12: 1– 18 with participants responding to questions on images and/or characteristics of a presbyt ery, words of
wisdom regarding mission communit ies and envisioning a presbytery or presbytery meet ings pleasing to God and also
filling your soul.

                                               PRESB YTER Y COUNCIL

The Rev. Daniel S. W illiams, vice-chair, gave the report for Council, which was approved as follows:

I.       FOR INFORMATION:

         A.       Presbytery Council is an entity of Shenandoah Presbytery tasked to “oversee, coordinate, initiate,
                  resource, and respond to areas and concerns of mission with in the bounds of the Presbytery.” (Manual,
                  4.2.1) In this capacity, Council received reports at its July 13 meeting fro m:
                   Co mmittees and entities: World Wide Ministries, Resource, Office and Personnel, Co mmun ications,
                       Church Develop ment, Budget and Finance, Presbyterian Women, Shenandoah 2010, Camp Paddy
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                  Mission Commun ities: Eastern Panhandle, Central Valley, Mountain Valley, Highland -Augusta, and
                   Maury River.
                  Presbytery staff: Interim General Presbyter/Stated Clerk, Treasurer, Resource Coordinator, and
                   Co mmunicat ions Coordinator/Hunger Action Enabler.

      B.      There are many groups within our mission commun ities and congregations that are heading out in
              mission service this summer and fall. Groups are encouraged to communicate their plans and itineraries
              to Doug Sensabaugh, Commun ications Coordinator, so this informat ion may be shared throughout the
              Presbytery, not the least for prayer support as groups perform these min istries.

      C.      Church Develop ment reported that they have formed the Stone‟s Chapel Task Force, re ported through
              Council at the May stated meeting as being in process. The members of the task force are To m Rhyne
              (Chair; pastor), Dick Creasey (trustee), and Jana Howard (real estate background). The task force is
              charged with developing a plan for the disposal of the Stone‟s Chapel property.

      D.      The Big Event is coming. It‟s BIG. And, it‟s an Event. September 11, 2010, is the date, Massanetta
              Springs Camp and Conference Center is the location. Registration is now open through August 31.
              Forms are available at this meet ing, and also online at www.shenpres.org.

II.   ACTIONS TA KEN:

      Council took the following actions:

      A.      Accepted with regret the resignation of Elder Pat Klu mpp fro m the No minations Committee (HAMC,
              Class of 2012).

      B.      Approved several reco mmendations of Budget and Finance pertaining to the 2010 Presbytery Budget:
              1.     That a task force be formed to examine the future possibility of reducing costs in providing
                     Presbytery offices and meeting spaces. Background: The older section of our building is difficult
                     to heat and cool, and other needed maintenance will be expensive. Mowing and other care of
                     our five-acre grounds are ongoing cost factors. A rented suite in an office building could be
                     more cost-effective. The task force will consist of a member of Budget and Finance, a member of
                     Office and Personnel, the Council chair or vice chair, the interim GP/SC, and two at -large
                     members with expertise in real estate and knowledge of the meeting and other usage patterns o f
                     the current office.
              2.     That cash reserves be spent down fro m appro ximately $350,000 to $200,000, which figure is
                     calculated to provide our having on hand liquidity sufficient to meet three months of the
                     Presbytery‟s budget as we prudently prepare for a potential catastrophic event. Background: To
                     cover probable deficits in the Presbytery’s budget, the Budget & Finance Committee anticipates
                     potentially drawing $50,000 from the reserves each year during 2010, 2011 and 2012. Also see
                     Recommendati on #1 on next page.
              3.     That the Council ask committees and mission communities to advise the Budget & Finance
                     Co mmittee by September 15 of a 20% reduction to be made in their 2010 budgets.

      C.      Referred a recommendation back to Budget and Finance that would have reduced Presbytery‟s mileage
              reimbursement for clergy carrying out Presbytery mission and ministry fro m $.50 to $.25. per mile, and,
              if th is is to be done, asked the committee to consider a uniform, across -the-board cut affecting all
              participant members of co mmittees.

              Council notes the existing policy of Shenandoah Presbytery, printed on the bottom of check request
              vouchers:
              It is the policy of Shenandoah Presbytery to reimburse all pastors and educators for mileage to
              Presbytery committee meetings to the extent not covered by travel allowances from churches. Many
              pastors and educators have adequate travel allowances, updated annually by their terms of call and
              which take into consideration their regular attendance at Presbytery committee meetings. These pastors
              and educators need not fill out a Presbytery check request form but should instead voucher their mileage
              to their church. The travel allowance for each congregation is different, as is the mileage to committee
              meetings. It is left to the discretion of each pasto r and educator to determine which mileage
              reimbursement method applies.

      D.      Approved appointing a task force consisting of Mary Lou Co x (Presbytery moderator), Jonathan Bunker
              (Vice moderator), Lisa Webb (Council chair), Dan Williams (Council vice chair), Sal ly Hinch man
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                  (Interim General Presbyter/Stated Clerk), and two commissioners to the 219 th General Assembly, the
                  Rev. John Bethard and Elder Susanne Taylor, to develop a strategy for handling the following items sent
                  down to the presbyteries for their affirmat ive or negative votes: the proposed new Form o f Govern ment,
                  the Belhar Confession, and the proposed amendment to G-6.0106b,as well as any other amendments to
                  the Book of Order.

III.     RECOMMENDATIONS:

         Council makes the following reco mmendations to Presbytery:

         A.       That Chapter VIII, paragraph 8.5.4 of the Presbytery Manual be amended to increase the amount of cash
                  on hand held by Shenandoah Presbytery, by striking out “$50,000” and inserting $200,000.”

                  Effect of change: “The Presbytery shall maintain a cash reserve of $50,000 $200,000 which may be
                  drawn upon to pay salaries of Presbytery staff, co mmittee expenses, and operating expenses of the
                  General Assembly if there is a shortfall in the congregations‟ remittances.” Note: This requires a 2/3 vote
                  of the members of Presbytery present (Manual, 7.6.2). The Budget and Finance Committee is developing
                  a number of changes to Chapter VIII, and expects to present all of these before the end of 2010.

         B.       Council places the follo wing person in nomination to fill a vacancy on the Nominations Co mmittee:

                  Elder A lan (Larry) Mayer, Hebron Church (HAMC, Class of 2011)

                  Council will provide nominees for the Class of 2013 at a future meet ing of Presbytery.

                                                B UDGET AND FINANCE

The Rev. Carl D. Ho ward, chair, gave the follo wing report for informat ion:

The 2010 and 2011 Budgets: An Explanation

Due to the weak economy, many of our congregations‟ members have lost jobs or have decreased income. The impact of
this on the individual churches and subsequently on the congreg ations‟ responses to the needs of the Presbytery indicates a
considerable deficit for 2010. Co mmittees and mission communities have been asked to curtail expenses, but we still
anticipate a notable deficit.

Total 2010 g iving toward the Presbytery‟s undesignated budget for our joint mission and ministry apparently will total
around $800,000, co mpared to an approved 2010 budget of $980,000.

We used almost $30,000 fro m reserve funds in 2009. We anticipate using at least $50,000 for 2010, and the preliminary
2011 budget reflects an anticipated draw-down of $50,000 fro m reserve funds.

With an expectation that the economic situation will be similar in 2011, the Budget & Finance Co mmittee is reco mmending
that the congregations jointly fund a $800,000 budget for next year. “Asking” letters will be going to congregations by the
end of August. A “preliminary budget” is on pages 80-85. It will be submitted to the Presbytery Council in October, and a
final 2011 budget will be presented to the Presbytery in November.

A record of the congregations‟ giving toward the undesignated budget, which includes our per capita pay ments to the
Synod and General Assembly, is on pages 86-88.

                                           PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Elder Tony Wilson announced an upcoming retreat featuring the Rev . Cynthia Rigby, to be held at Massanetta Springs
March 4-5, 2011. More information to follow.

                                           CHURCH MUTUAL INS URANCE

Mr. Richard Dorman, area representative from Church Mutual, shared information regarding risk management and an
opportunity for churches to receive a needs assessment at no charge. www.church mutual.co m is a source for numerous
resources.



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                                                    THE B IG EV ENT

The Big Event will be held September 11, 2010 at Massanetta Springs with worship, workshops and a mission fair. Go to
www.shenpres.org for registration information.

                               GEN ERAL ASS EMB LY COMMISSIONER REPORTS

Shenandoah Presbytery‟s commissioners to the 219th General Assembly were on hand to address the Body. All
commissioners are available for the next two years to visit churches. Written reports can be found on pages 89-95. The
Rev. Dr. Fred A. Holbrook led in prayer for the work o f the co mmissioners.

                                                         RECESS

The Body adjourned at 12:15 to the fellowship hall to enjoy a wonderful meal provided by the Church. The Body
reconvened at 1:15.

                                              INTERCESSORY PRAYERS

Elder Charlotte Hott led the body in prayer remembering the many persons and causes that members of Shenandoah
Presbytery had called to our attention in written concerns during the morning.

                                                 PRESB YTER Y STAFF

Interim General Presbyter Sally Hinch man, shared highlights of her past year “walking with the presbytery on this journey
during this time of transition and discernment.” Sally thanked the Body for the privilege and is looking forward to the
coming year.

Resource Coordinator Lisa Hedrick, noted her display table was full of resources for World Commun ion Sunday and
stewardship.

                                             WORLD WIDE MINIS TRIES

The Rev. Ho mer T. Corn ish, chair, gave a report for information. (see page 96)

                                            PARTNERS HIP COMMITT EE

The Rev. Bob von Oeyen noted the annual banquet will be held October 15 at the Warrenton Church.

                                               MOFFETT FOR MISS ION

Paul Wolverton, co mmissioned lay pastor to the Tomahawk Church, sp oke on their grant received fro m the Moffett Fund to
purchase equipment for their youth praise band.

                                             COMMITT EE ON MINIS TRY

The Rev. John T. Bethard, chair, gave the report for the Co mmittee, which was approved as follows:

I.       FOR INFORMATION:

         A.       Rev. Beth McCrary will be mentor to CLP Isca Mitchell.

         B.       Rev. Randy Webb will be mentor to CLP Judy Hensley.

         C.       Received written triennial visits to Buckton, Bunker Hill, Mt. Horeb, Nineveh, Sherando, Timber Ridge,
                  Williamsville and Woodstock churches.

         D.       Annual evaluations of commissioned lay pastors will begin this fall. The COM suggests, as a way of
                  encouraging sessions to respond to the written evaluations concerning their commissioned lay pastor,
                  emphasizing the importance of the session evaluation and the mandate from the Book of Order that an
                  annual evaluation be conducted.

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II.          ACTIONS TA KEN:

             A.     Approved the church informat ion form for an associate pastor at Waynesboro First Church.

             B.     Approved the dissolution of the pastoral relationship between the Rev. Jan Owen and the Buffalo Gap
                    and Craigsville churches effective May 31, 2010.

             C.     Approved placing the Rev. Marcia Jaureguizar on the pulpit supply list.

             D.     Approved transferring the Rev. Susannah Tulloch to the Presbytery of New Castle effective June 2, 2010.

             E.     Approved the temporary supply contract between the Rev. Betty Jean Young and the New Providence
                    Church through December 1, 2010.

             F.     Approved the interim pastor contract between the Rev. Jan G. Owen and the Tinkling Spring Church
                    through May 31, 2011.

             G.     Approved renewing the CLP contract between Ray Fit zgerald and the Parish of Shenandoah through May
                    31, 2011.

             H.     Approved renewing the stated supply contract between the Rev. Larry Miles and the Parish of
                    Shenandoah through May 31, 2011.

             I.     Approved renewing the CLP contract between Bobby Spurgeon and the Parish of the Pastures through
                    May 31, 2011.

             J.     Approved Mary Lou McMillin and Don Myers to serve as liaisons to the Mt. Olive Church.

             K.     Approved Rev. Nancy Whiteley to serve as liaison to Buffalo Gap and Craigsville church es.

             L.     Burnt Church was given permission to elect a pastor nominating co mmittee.

             M.     Approved the Rev. Frit z Desire to serve within the bounds of Shenandoah Presbytery to preach and serve
                    communion at the Tinkling Spring Church on World Co mmunion Sunday, Octobe r 4, 2010.

             N.     Approved transferring the Rev. James W. “Bill” Moore to the Presbytery of Eastern Virg inia effective
                    June 26, 2010.

             O.     Approved the dissolution of the pastoral relat ionship between the Rev. Lee McDermott and the Buckton
                    Church effect ive August 31, 2010.

             P.     While recognizing the ongoing economic conditions within our country, we still urge
                    churches to strive to provide a 2% compensation increase for their pastor(s) for 2011 for the
                    stability of their ministry.

      III.        RECOMMENDATIONS:

             A.     On behalf of the Salary Co mmittee:

                    That Presbytery accept the 2010 changes in terms of call for min isters as found on pages 97-101

             B.     On behalf of the Sessional Records Co mmittee:

                    That Presbytery receive and approve the review of the 2009 session minutes found on page 102 .


                                  COMMITT EE ON PREPARATION FOR MINIS TRY

The Rev. A my Su mmers-M inette, vice-chair, gave an info rmational report. See page 103 for written report


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                                    COMMITT EE ON CHURCH DEVELOPMENT

Elder Joe Higgs, vice-chair, gave the report for Co mmittee.

I.       FOR INFORMATION:

         The congregation of the Kearneysville Presbyterian Church (Chapter 8 exempt) voted to sale a portion of their
         land to the West Virg inia Depart ment of Transportation that will be affected by the Kearneysville 3-Lane Project.

II.      ACTION TAKEN:

         A task force has been appointed for the disposal of the Stone‟s Chapel Church. Rev. To m Rhyne will be the
         moderator, Richard Creasey is a trustee of Winchester First Church, and Jana Howard is a real estate agent and
         attends the Strasburg Church.

III.     RECOMMENDATION:

         That Shenandoah Presbytery approve the application fro m Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church for a loan
         up to $300,000 fro m Presbyterian Investment and Loan Program (PILP) for build ing improvement pending
         the affirmative vote of their congregation on September, 12, 2010.

After much discussion a motion to refer the above item back to the Co mmittee for further study was defeated 45-44.

A motion to postpone the recommendation definitely until the November Presbytery meeting was made, sec onded and
approved, asking that the Shepherdstown Church be heard at this time.

                                             DISASTER RESPONS E TEAM

Elder Dave Thalman reported that training has been provided for mission community representatives; there is a sample
church disaster plan; they have joined the Virg inia VOA D (Vo luntary Organizations Active in Disaster) and are exp loring
becoming a member of West Virg inia VOA D; and presently collecting for Church World Serv ice „Gift of the Heart‟ kits for
flood victims.

                                                  CAMPUS MINIS TRY

The Rev. M. Kerry Foster reported they are gathering names of Presbyterian students attending James Madison,
Bridgewater & Blue Ridge; developing the Wednesday night programs, worship and meals; planning for Collegiate
Conference at Montreat following Christmas and an alternative spring break t rip to Nashville.

                                                    ADJOURNMENT

The meeting adjourned at 2:18 p .m. with prayer led by Moderator Mary Lou Co x. Presbytery will meet in stated session on
Tuesday, November 9, 2010, at the Massanetta Springs Conference Center in Harrisonburg, Virgin ia, beginning at 9:00
a.m.




                                                                                                 Mary Lou Co x, Moderator




                                                                                      Sally Hinch man, Interim Stated Clerk




                                                                                     Kimberly T. Stroupe, Record ing Clerk
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                                                                           DOCKET
                                           (Members of Presbytery are urged to be registered and seated by 9:30 a.m. If not yet
                                                              registered, please do so right after worship)
Elder Mary Lou Cox is the        8:30 a.m.       REGISTRATION BEGINS
Presbytery Moderator for 2010
                                 9:30 a.m.        Call to Order - Prayer
Re v Jonathan Bunker is the                       Determining a Quorum
Presbytery Vice-Moderator for                     Welcome and Introduction of Guests
2010                                                        First time co mmissioners
                                                            Seating corresponding members
                                                            Representative of host church
                                                  Appointments by the Moderator
                                                  Correct ion and Approval of Minutes
                                                  New Business
                                                  Adoption of the Docket
                                                  Co mmunicat ions and Report of the Interim Stated Clerk
                                                  Omnibus Motion

                                 9:50 a.m.        Call to Worship & Hy mn

                                 10:00 a.m.       Reflections-Discussions in Small Groups

                                 10:45 a.m.       Return to Sanctuary

                                 10:55 a.m.       Hy mn & Benedict ion
Dan is vice-chair of Council
and pastor of Staunton 2nd       11:00 a.m.       Presbytery Council – Rev. Dan Williams
Church                                            Budget & Finance – Rev. Carl Ho ward
Carl is the chair of B & F and
the pastor of Hedgesville and
                                 11:20 a.m.       Professional Develop ment – Tony Wilson
Little Falls churches
                                 11:25 a.m.       Church Mutual Insurance – Richard Dorman
Tony is a member of the
Professional Development
Committee                        11:35 a.m.       The Big Event

                                 11:45 a.m.       General Assembly Co mmissioner Reports

                                 12:15 a.m.       Lunch ORDER OF THE DA Y

                                 1:15 p.m.        Intercessory Prayers

                                 1:20 p.m.        Presbytery Staff

                                 1:25 p.m.        World Wide Min istries

                                 1:30 p.m.        Partnership Co mmittee

                                 1:40 p.m.        Moffett for M ission
John is chair of COM and
pastor of Charles Town
Church in WV
                                 1:45 p.m.        Co mmittee on Ministry – Rev. John Bethard

Amy is vice-chair of CPM and     1:55 p.m.        Co mmittee on Preparation for M inistry – Rev. A my Su mmers-Minette
associate pastor of Covenant
Church in Staunton
                                 2:00 p.m.        Church Develop ment – Joe Higgs
Joe is a member of CCD and
an elder at Highland Memorial    2:05 p.m.        Disaster Response Team
Ke rry is the pastor of the
Bridgewater Church               2:10 p.m.        Campus Ministry – Rev. Kerry Foster

                                 2:15 p.m.        Anticipated Adjournment                         79
DETAILED B UDGET WORKS HEET - 2011

                                         2008        2009           2010            2011
                                        ACTUA L    ACTUA L        BUDGET     BUDGET W ORKSHEET
Resources Provi ded by:

 Shared Undesignated Support             949,068     862,371       950,000    800,000
  fro m Congregations
 Interest Income                          11,638          1,783     10,000     12,800
 Corporation Inco me fro m Blue Funds      9,000          9,000      6,000      5,000
 Grants from GA & Synod                    8,000                     3,600      3,000
 Other                                     2,455          3,092

 TOTAL                                   980,161     876,246       969,600    820,800



Resources Used for:

 Payments to Governing B odies:
  GA - Per Capita (2011-6.35)            104,208     108,492       105,915    107,785
  Synod - Per Capita (2011-1.45)          28,797      19,827        12,486     24,612
  GA - Shared M ission Support            63,000      63,000         3,000      0,000
  Synod - Shared M ission Support          5,250       5,250         5,250      5,000

Subtotal                                 201,255     196,569       186,651    197,397

 Administrati on:
  Personnel Costs                        358,189     344,526       371,063    358,220
  Occupancy:
    Janitorial Services                    6,845       7,119         7,297      7,297
    Janitorial Services - Taxes              524         545           558        558
    Utilities                             13,354      10,735        14,000     14,000
   Major Office Repair                     3,095       5,298         3,000      3,000
    Bldg & Grounds Mtce                   11,266      11,755        12,000     12,000
    Insurance                             13,392      13,398        14,000     14,000
    Other                                    115                       200
 Office Expense:
   Telephone                               4,530       3,179         4,500      3,800
    Postage                                3,951       2,093         4,000      3,200
    Supplies, Paper                       11,681       8,261        12,000     11,000
    Ban k Service Charges                  1,108       1,445         2,640      1,200
    Equ ip Rental & Mtce                  20,238      19,868        20,000     18,000
    Subscriptions & Dues                   1,168         610         1,200        750
    Co mputer & Equip Replacement          8,097       2,848         8,000      3,000
 Audit                                     6,500       8,000         7,000      8,000
 Pres. Meeting Expense
   Materials                                 334              8        250
    Part icipants                          1,999            551        500        600
    Governing Body Responsibilities        1,523          1,315      2,000      1,500
 Veh icle Rep lacement Escrow                                        2,250

Subtotal                                 467,909     441,553       486,458    460,125

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                                            2008           2009           2010            2011
                                           ACTUA L       ACTUA L        BUDGET     BUDGET W ORKSHEET

Commi ttee Expense:

 Co mmittee on Ministry:
  Oversight - M inisters & Congregations      1,113              500       1,000      1,000
  Co mmission Emergency Fund                  1,553                        5,000      2,500
  Lay Pastor Training & Oversight             1,067             2,954      2,103      1,000
    Operat ing Expense                          752                17
  Churches in Transition - Operating Exp        287                        1,000       300
  Pastoral Care & Wellness:
   Triennial Visits (Honorariu ms)             533              1,764      1,800      1,800
    Educator Travel                            135                409      1,000        500
    Professional Dev Oper Exp                  840              9,000      8,000      1,000
    New Minster Orientation                    142                           300        150
    Pastoral Care                                                199         800        800
    Sabbatical Asst for small churches                           500       2,000      1,000
    Retreat Space
    PPNC Annual Conf/Membership                                  895         45         45
Professional Develop ment Co mm               7,160
Synod Cooperative Events                        500
Salary Co mmittee - Oper. Expense                                            200          -
Sessional Records Oper Expense                1,449             1,135      1,500      1,050
Examination Co mmittee - Expense                202               277        500        300
Co m on Ministry - Oper Expense              12,292             9,968     11,000      6,000

   Subtotal                                  28,024         27,619        36,248     17,445

Preparation for M inistry Cmte
   Program & Testing                            265             5,637                 3,100
   Operating Expense                          3,301             3,861      6,210      2,870

   Subtotal                                   3,566             9,498      6,210      5,970

No minations Co mmittee Expense                265               133        675        150

Permanent Judicial Cmte Expense                      -           344        250        100

 Representation Committee Expense                    -            86        450        100

Presbytery Council
   Vis ion & M ission Committee                 553              295         600       600
   Budget & Finance                             504              157         500       500
   PIE                                          126                          125
   Office & Personnel                         1,472               523        920        920
   Strong Ministers Program                      61               147        100        100
   Legal Fee Escrow fo r Misconduct           2,000             1,800      1,800      1,800
   History Co mmittee                                                        500        100
   Disaster Response Team                     1,645               358      2,000      1,500
   Division Operat ing Expense                6,026             7,894      4,591      2,975

  Subtotal                                   12,388         11,174        11,136      8,495

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                                            2008        2009      2010           2011
                                           ACTUA L    ACTUA L   BUDGET    BUDGET W ORKSHEET

Moffett Grant Fund Expense                 190       284        330       300

Funds Administration Expense               217       276        180       180

Hunger Resource Team                                            180

Church Develop ment
 Min istry Program Grants                  62,000    4,150      23,000     20,000
 Churchwide Redevelop ment Confer          4,000     1,977       5,000    2,500
 Resources & Administration                2,500     1,200       1,200
 New M inistry                             7,000     1,500      10,000    6,000
 Emergency Ministry Grants                 2,000                 5,000    2,000
 Percept Contract                          7,434     7,040       8,500    8,500
 Church Consultant Training                1,606                500        500
 Mission Study Grant Fund                  4,000     2,500       5,000    3,000
 New Church Development                    920       35,200     25,000
 CCD M issionary Church Support            28,960    23,000     27,000     27,000
 CCD Operating Expenses                    5,580     4,952       6,500    4,025

 Subtotal                                  126,000   81,519     116,700   73,525

Co mmunications Co mmittee
 Operat ing Expenses                       1,044     869         1,000     800
 Dues & Contribution to Media Gr           2,087                100       130
 Co mputers                                4,656     3,220       3,400    2,720
 Co mmunications Conf/Training             1,302     484         2,500    2,000

 Subtotal                                  9,089     4,573      7,000     5,650

World Wide M inistries:
 VA Council of Churches                    200       200        200       200
 W VCouncil o f Churches                   200       200        200       200
 Operat ing Expenses                       910       154        750       750

 Subtotal                                  1,310     554        1,150     1,150

Partnership Co mmittee
  Operat ing Expense                                  184       500        500
  IBS Evan & Dev Support                   6,000      6,000      6,000    6,000
  Visits to & Fro m Ethiopia               3,730      4,877      6,000    2,500
  Partnership Publicity                               214       500
  BSCO Support                                        8,500      8,500    8,500
  ESL Program                              2,031     -           1,150
  Travel - Ethiopian Net work Meets - US              1,074     700

 Subtotal                                  11,760    20,849     23,350    17,500

Subtotal - All Co mmittees                 192,809    156,910   203,859   130,565




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                                 2008       2009      2010          2011
                                ACTUA L   ACTUA L   BUDGET   BUDGET W ORKSHEET


MISS ION COMMUNITIES

 Eastern Panhandle
   Youth Activities             50        40        1,000    1,800
  Other                         6,930     6,810     5,440    3,775

 Poto mac Highlands
   Youth Activities                                 1,000
  Other                                             3,140

 Mountain Valley
  Youth Activities                        406       1,000    1,000
  Other                         5,999     4,972     3,968    2,968

 Central Valley
  Youth Activities                        153       1,000    1,000
  Other                         7,000     5,210     4,700    3,700

 Highlands-Augusta
  Youth Activities              500                 1,000    1,000
  Other                         5,500     3,681     3,968    2,968

 Maury River
  Youth Activities              850       450       1,000    1,000
  Other                         5,150     4,950     3,968    3,000

 Subtotal                       31,979    26,672    31,184   22,211

Support Payments
Massanetta Springs              5,000     4,500      4,500   4,000
Montreat                        600       540       540       500
Chaplains Service of Virginia   6,000     6,000      6,000   3,000
Presbyterian Campus Ministry    14,641    15,750    15,750    15,000
Westminster Foundation, Inc.    13,500    15,000    15,000

Subtotal                        39,741    41,790    41,790   22,500




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                                          2008        2009      2010            2011
                                         ACTUA L    ACTUA L   BUDGET     BUDGET W ORKSHEET


OTHER PAYMENT;
 Resource Center:
  Acqu - Materials & Equip               1,868     1,831       3,500     2,000
  Audio-Visual Maint & Repair            254                  300         300
  Catalog Rev ision for Co mputer        300       300        300         300
  PC USA Resource Meeting                864                  580
  Capital Rep lacement Escrow                                  1,100
  Operat ing Expenses                    305       689        500        300
  Subscriptions                          242       1,092      800        800
  Pro motions                                      440        600        300
  Resource Center Operat ing Cost                             600        500

Subtotal                                 3,833     4,352       8,280     4,500

 Presbyterian Women:
   Telephone                              9                   100         100
   Travel                                1,549     1,476       1,800     1,600
   Postage                               259       88         100         100
   Spring Gathering                      414       2,090       1,008     800
   Literature                            44        376        200         150
   Su mmer Gathering                                          800         500
   Fall Gathering                        904       819         1,085     700
   Montreat                                                   200         200
   Trienniu m                            1,500     1,574       1,000     850

Subtotal                                 4,678     6,422       6,293     5,000

 Other:
   Camp Scholarships                               3,000
   Youth Ministries                      7,000     7,000      7,000      6,000
  Montreat/Trienniu m Conference                   9,500      9,500      6,000
   Camp Paddy Run - Personnel Costs      9,621     10,006     11,841      11,841
   Camp Paddy Run - Utilit ies & Other   2,101     2,009      2,000      2,000
  HerStory Conference                    2,000     403        1,656
   Big Event                                                             3,000

Subtotal                                 20,722    31,918     31,997     28,841

Subtotal of all other pay ments          29,233    42,692     46,570     38,341


TOTAL PAYMENTS                           962,927    906,186   996,512    871,139


DIFFER ENCE - TO OR (FROM)               17,235    (29,940)   (26,912)   (50,339)
RES ERVES




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ESTIMATED PERSONNEL COSTS FOR 2011


           Position        Salary     Matching      Health    Travel        Con Ed        Total
                                                    Ins &
                                       FICA        Pension


Gen Pres                 71,750.00    5,489.00    22,601.00   7,350.00     1,500.00    $108,690.00

Treasurer

Stated Clerk

Resource
 Coordinator             37,974.00    2,905.00    11,962.00   2,500.00     500.00      55,841.00

Asst for
 Constitution            36,060.00    2,758.00    11,359.00                            50,177.00

Bookkeeper               22,535.00    1,724.00                                         24,259.00

Co mmunicat ions
 Coordinator             36,356.00    2,781.00    11,452.00   3,000.00     $500.00     54,089.00

Office
 Coordinator             33,334.00    2,550.00    10,500.00                            46,384.00

Hunger Action
 Enabler                 6,813.00     522.00      2,146.00    500.00       850.00      10,831.00

Temporary
 Office Help $2,600.00    2,600.00    199.00                                              2,799.00


Support Staff                                                 3,650.00     $1,500.00   5,150.00


 TOTAL                   247,422.00   18,928.00   70,020.00   $17,000.00   4,850.00    358,220.00




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                     2008     2010      2010           2010          2010
                     MEM     ASKING    ACCEPT     DIFFERENCE ACTUAL
    CHURCH           BERS                          ask vs accept   thru July
Augusta Stone          199     6,842      6,842                  0     4,143
Berkeley Springs       124     6,700          0             6,700      1,675
Berryville             137     6,700      6,700                  0     3,900
Bethany                140     4,964      2,500             2,464
Bethel                 306    25,700     10,662            15,038      2,091
Bethesda               209     8,833      7,368             1,465
Beulah                  44     1,964        835             1,129        485
Bloomery                39     1,826      1,826                  0
Bridgewater            130     8,600          0             8,600
Broadway                97     3,957      4,467              -510      2,506
Buckton                 94     3,494        646             2,848        646
Buena Vista            159     5,750      5,750                  0     3,888
Buffalo Gap             26      1468        600               868
Bunker Hill            119     4,384      3,000             1,384      1,500
Burlington              28     1,700      1,700                  0     1,700
Burnt                   56     2,446          0             2,446      1,453
Charles Town           320    18,832      5,000            13,832      2,000
Circleville             62     2,611      2,611                  0     1,306
Collierstown           155     5,628      5,628                  0     5,200
Cooks Creek            246    17,882     17,882                  0     8,941
Covenant               490    38,524     27,150            11,374     14,800
Craigsville             27     2,000      1,475               525      1,200
Elk Branch              27     1,495        100             1,395
Elkton                 111     4,649      4,000               649      2,000
Fairfield               47     2,857      2,857                  0     1,190
Falling Waters         141     7,737      7,737                  0     2,886
Finley Memorial        198    10,008      6,815             3,193      4,158
Franklin               129     6,100      5,000             1,100      2,510
Front Royal            178    14,109     14,109                  0    13,230
Gerrardstown            60     3,442      3,442                  0     2,100
Glen Kirk               56     4,246      2,446             1,800      1,228
Halltown                19     1,274      1,274                  0
Harrisonburg 1st      1233    85,000     83,000             2,000     13,833
Hebron                 206     7,286      7,286                  0       750
Hedgesville             38     1,900      1,900                  0       970
Hermitage              153     5,573          0             5,573
Highland Memoria l      91     6,000      6,000                  0     3,000
Hot Springs             91     7,833      3,300             4,533      1,925
Kearneysville           20      1302          0             1,302
Keyser                 178    11,070          0            11,070      3,785
Lexington              608    57,101     57,672              -571     33,642
Little Falls            55     2,418      2,100               318      2,100

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                      2008
                      MEM     2010      2010         2010          2010
                      BERS   ASKING    ACCEPT   DIFFERENCE ACTUAL
    CHURCH                                       ask vs accept   thru July
Loch Willow            175     6,180      5,150           1,030      1,288
Martinsburg First      146     8,732      8,732                0     4,366
Massanutten            537    44,821     16,500          28,321      8,250
McCutchen               18      1247        400             847        400
McDowell                70     2,832      1,838             994
Monterey                73     3,642      3,642                0
Moorefield             281    20,550     10,000          10,550      5,004
Mossy Creek            163     6,028      5,848             180      3,722
Mt. Carmel             127     4,605      4,605                0     2,688
Mt. Horeb              164    19,479     12,900           6,579      5,375
Mt. Olive              134     4,798      1,000           3,798
Mt. Storm               32     1,900      1,900                0     1,900
New Monmouth           142    11,000          0          11,000      5,000
New Providence         231    21,600     12,800           8,800      9,550
Nineveh                 39     3,860      3,912             -52      2,282
Olivet                 182     6,373      6,373                0     2,972
Opequon                435    32,006     30,000           2,006     15,000
Oxford                 141     4,992      5,000              -8      2,912
Parish of Pastures                                             0
            Goshen      38     1,799      1,799                0       899
           Millboro     56     2,446      1,850             596        925
     Rocky Spring       11      1054        679             375        679
Parish of
Shenandoah                                                   0
        Ben Salem       41     1,882         0           1,882        941
          Immanuel      23     1,385         0           1,385
            Mt. Joy     23      1385      1385               0       1,385
Parish of Valleys
       Cedar Creek      12     1,200          0          1,200        300
        Clearbrook      24     1,412          0          1,412
            Ivanhoe     38     1,799      1,000            799         500
       Middletown       37     2,271      2,271              0       1,124
           Mt. Hope     20      1302        750            552
        Round Hill      25     1,440      1,440              0       1,440
  Second Opequon        34     2,954      2,954              0       1,482
      Wardensville      30     2,317      1,578            739         975
Petersburg             166    10,080          0         10,080       4,242
Piedmont                56     5,158      5,158              0       2,580
Pines Chapel           125     8,293      8,293              0       8,293
Pisgah                  14     1,136      1,100             36       1,100
Romney                 156     9,500      6,000          3,500       3,000

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                   2008      2010        2010           2010          2010
                   MEM      ASKING      ACCEPT     DIFFERENCE ACTUAL
    CHURCH         BERS                             ask vs accept   thru July
Ruddle                 39       1,826      1,500               326      1,500
Seneca Rocks           33       1,661      1,661                  0     1,441
Shepherdstown         265      17,508          0            17,508
Sherando              115       4,274      1,525             2,749
Slanesville            26       1,692      1,692                  0       987
Smyrna                138       6,220      6,220                  0     3,110
Spring Hill           193       7,500      2,500             5,000      2,800
Springfield            27       1,495      1,495                  0       748
Staunton First        391      25,792      7,972            17,820      3,986
Staunton Second       166       5,932          0             5,932
Staunton Third        177       6,235          0             6,235      1,750
Strasburg             180       6,318          0             6,318      1,238
Sunnyside             153       5,573      2,400             3,173      1,200
Tabler                 27       1,600      1,600                  0       933
Timber Ridge          131      10,011     10,011                  0     5,840
Tinkling Spring       770      61,252     27,673            33,579     16,143
Tomahawk               37       2,518      2,518                  0       800
Trinity               153      16,773     17,612              -839      9,851
Tuscarora             161       5,794      4,622             1,172      4,622
Union                  41       3,000      3,000                  0     2,150
Upper Tract            17        1219          0             1,219
Warm Springs           87       3,687      3,687                  0     1,844
Warrenton             648      52,885     32,190            20,695     18,778
Waynesboro 1st        410      36,165     30,000             6,165     15,000
Waynesboro 2nd        193       7,024      7,024                  0     4,097
Westminster           357      24,853          0            24,853      7,450
Williamsville          30        1578        828               750
Winchester First     1020      78,152     63,175            14,977     36,852
Windy Cove            130       7,000      2,400             4,600      1,400
Woodstock             208       7,341      7,345                -4      4,285
Zetta                  34       2,200      2,200                  0     1,100
TOTALS             17,222   1,100,741    731,387          369,354     397,218




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                                              THE RIVER OF LIVING WATER

It is Friday night, and I have just packed my suitcase for the return trip to Virginia tomorrow. General Assembly has
concluded the majority of its business, and as with most assemblies in recent years, some of the decisions we made were
received well, while some were not. We will close as we began, in worship. Then we will depart and begin the real work
of our jobs as commissioners.

By now, it is possible that you have read some accounts in the secular media about our work here. I am told we made the
front page of the New York Times. The decisions we made might be questionable in your thoughts. I urge you to
withhold making judgments about our work until you can talk directly to us, the commissioners. The secula r press tries,
God bless them, but unless they‟re Presbyterians, they probably do not understand our processes. Unless they had listened
to the testimonies in the open committee hearings, participated in the prayers and the Roberts Rules explanations, it is
unlikely they understand it all well enough to write our story. It‟s hard enough for us to explain what happened here. We
are the church, and while religion editors of newspapers want to get these sensational headlines, we are called to be holy,
set aside to glorify God, and not be conformed to the modes of secular society. We are the PC(USA) and our General
Assembly speaks to the PC(USA) with regard to how we are to live, even as we are in the world. We are not to be of the
world.

What I am taking away from the last few months of reading, and the past six days of intense deliberations and more
reading, has been the experience of the undeniable presence of the Holy Spirit in our midst. There were impassioned
pleas, there were stands taken, and yes, there were tears shed; there were also a lot of prayers for the gift of discernment,
lots of hugs given, information imparted, friendships rekindled, laughter shared and other light-hearted moments such as
the “Plenergizers” taught to the assembled adults of all ages by the Young Adult Advisory Delegates on Thursday and
Friday afternoons. One was called “Istanbul” and the other was called the “Ants in your Pants Dance”. These young
people are the present church, as well as the future, and we are truly, truly blessed to have them!

Our worship services were glorious. The opening service incorporated the music of a combined choir from the Twin
Cities‟ area, interpretive dance from different cultures - - a theme repeated on Friday morning - - and throughout the
service, a “performance artist” creating a painting on black fabric, utilizing some type of paints in swirls of blues, golds,
greens and whites; it was completed a little bit after the service was completed and once dried, was hung in the plenary
hall for the remainder of the week.

We will finish our business meetings in the morning, and I‟ll head out for the airport, where I will say “so long” to the
Twin Cities and catch the flight back to Virginia. I think I will be leaving behind something of my self he re, but hope I
have put on something special here. I‟ll get back to my routines next week, but I don‟t think I‟ll ever be quite the same
again. This has been a life shaping experience. As surely as I poured the waters dipped from the confluence of the
Rapidan, Robinson and Rappahannock Rivers into the pitchers that were poured out at the beginning of each worship
service and each business session, rivers of living water will pour from my heart, because I am a believer. I am a
Presbyterian.

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I am thankful for the opportunity to serve as one of the commissioners from the Presbytery of Shenandoah to the 219 th
General Assembly. Thank you for the commissioning service at the May meeting of presbytery and for the prayers offered
for us throughout our week in Minneapolis.

I appreciate the faithfulness with which the others from our presbytery served. I learned much from them and their gift of
fellowship and prayer sustained me. Sally Hinchman also served as a valuable resource for our delegation, and we all
appreciated her care throughout the assembly. We were also proud of and thankful for the work that Dan Williams offered
through the FOG task force.

The election of the moderator on the first evening of the assembly turned out to be the first of what would be many
surprises for me. Given that there were six candidates standing for moderator, we figured it would be a long evening, and
it was. I wish I could say that I knew from her first words that Cynthia Bolbach would prevail, but that would be far from
the truth. In fact, after her first words, I thought to myself, “There‟s no way she will be elected.” But as the night went on,
it became clear that she has all the qualities needed for a moderator. Her leadership throughout the week confirmed her
gifts for the office.

I had the privilege of serving on the Church Orders and Ministry Committee. Our committee dealt with issues related to
ordination, Christian Educators, and the call process for churches seeking pastors. Our presbytery‟s overture advocate,
John Sloop, presented the overture from Shenandoah Presbytery to our committee. We also heard from about fifty people
who signed up to speak to us during the open hearings.

I was surprised by a number of things in my committee. First, we chose to accomplish our work through a process of
discernment. I admit that I had some initial misgivings about that decision. It forced me to sit at a small round table with
the same assigned seat and tablemates every time our committee met. I was unable to sit by those who thought only like
me, and I was uncertain about what would happen. I never dreamed it would become a time for spiritual renewal and a
deepening of my faith as I talked and listened to those at my table.

Second, I was surprised at the depth of the open hearings. I had braced myself for extreme emotionalism on all sides of
the issues before us, but I couldn‟t have been more wrong. We were privileged to hear people of faith from all sides
expressing their thoughts with passion, reason, and honor.

Finally, my committee surprised me by its sense of collegiality in the midst of disagreement. I have heard some scoff at
that statement, but I testify to its truth and its power. Because we belong to God, we also belong to one another, even
when we disagree.

I found the worship at this year‟s assembly to be particularly strong. One of my favorite services included the
commissioning of new mission partners to various locations around the globe. It was by far the most susta ined ovation of
the entire week (which perhaps wasn‟t noted in the press).

Our presbytery will have much opportunity to talk about some of the key actions of this year‟s assembly. We will vote on
the language of G-6.0106b; we will consider adding the Belhar Confession; we will discuss the merits of the new Form of
Government. I am exceedingly confident in our ability to engage in those discussions with depth, courage, and grace.

Blessings and peace,
John P. Leggett




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                             Reports on the 2010 General Assembly held in M inneapolis, MN, Ju ly 2-10.


        Our PCUSA Deno mination continues in deep and rich diversity. It was my privilege to meet, wo rship, and work with sisters
and brothers fro m all over our Nat ion and beyond.

       The Co mmittee to which I was assigned was Polity. We did not deal with the proposed new form of Govern ment; but we had
over fifty items of business to consider.

        During p lenary sessions, debate was often spirited and passionate, but always respectful. It is noteworthy, how our Ch urch is
not afraid to wrestle with comp lex but important issues.

      Our Interim Presbytery Executive, Sally Hinchman proved to be especially encouraging and helpful. Despite our distance fro m
the Valley, Sally provided welco me and wonderful hospitality. We are b lessed to have her leadership. I
am thankful to Shenandoah Presbytery for the opportunity of attending this latest Assembly.


Paul O‟Go rek
Chaplain, Sunnyside
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I co me away fro m Minneapolis with very mixed feelings. If I had to classify the assembly in theological terms, I might be te mpted to
say it was “moderate” and maybe even “left-leaning.” But I th ink that oversimplifies matters a litt le too much.

I am very concerned about the future of the Church, but not for the reasons you might think. Yes, there are issues coming to the
presbyteries, and once again we will engage in debate about things most of us have already made up our minds about. My concern
stems fro m something else. When we dis missed the idea of a formal confirmation about twenty years ago, we took away a marke r
and a mo ment in the life of our young people. As I listened to the kind of reasoning used by YAADs and younger pastors in debate, it
seemed to me that our decision two decades ago has actually failed our young people. Personally, witnessing this lack of fou ndation
brings me ho me mo re motivated than ever to build a strong foundation in the lives of our young people.

I am also concerned about our traditions (which, as the “youngest” pastor in delegation, I find a litt le weird). The PC(USA) has an
identity problem. In a world where people update their facebook status four and five times a day, it is a difficult thing to be a
denomination where it takes eighteen to twenty-four months to find a pastor. We intentionally engage in debate in order to listen to
each other, and that can make for a slow-moving organization. In Minneapolis, I got this clear sense that the emerging generation
wants to see our protracted way of doing things change. I dearly hope that we don‟t abandon what is great about our heritage in order
to be current.

In terms of experience, General Assembly was great. It was tiring, and I knew it would be. I think if I had not been to an assemb ly as
an observer, I would have been lost fro m day one. I want to encourage former co mmissioners to g ive a little coaching to future
commissioners so they know what to expect when it is their turn.

One of the greatest mo ments in Minneapolis happened on the very first day. I attended an overview event sponsored by one of the
affinity groups. The director of that group stood in front of everyone and reminded us that at the end of the GA, no matter how intense
the debate, we walked away with no enemies. We all have agendas, and I would be ly ing if I said everything about the 219th went
the way I wanted. But mo re important than my agenda is the unity of Christ‟s church, and I am p roud of the way that, for the most
part, we were able to walk away fro m Minneapolis as the family of God.


                                                                                                                Respectfully submitted,
                                                                                                                    Rev. John Bethard




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First I want to thank you for allowing me the opportunity to be a delegate to the 219 th General Assembly. It truly was a fun and
educational experience. I have never experience this type of convention before. The first four days were spent in committee d iscussing
the overtures and staff reco mmendations. So me of the co mmittees had primary almost single issue debates; I was on Committee 3 that
covered General Assembly Procedures. Our topics covered;
      Time o f day or night when controversial issues would be brought before the GA
      Nu mber of co mmissioner to be invited to the GA
      How often the GA would meet, one proposal was for every six years
      Reco mmendation for Per Cap ita for the next t wo years. We started off with the goal of $6.15 for next year, but by the end of
          the assembly, it was up to $6.50.
      Raises for the staff in Lexington
      Approved the election of Associated Clerks of The GA, including To m Hay
      Reco mmended that the Presbyterian Historical Society reduce their budget by 10% since they represented 13% of the per
          capita budget

Although not the most excit ing business, it prepared you for the next four days of the plenary session. Here, the issues came at us very
fast paced. You defin itely had to have read the reports and background before or you would not have had time to unde rstand what or
why the topic was being presented. For the most part the discussions were well mannered and spoken fro m the heart and address the
issues. As the Vice Moderator stated on Thursday “we were p laying nicely”.

For me the h ighlight of the assembly was when the ecu menical clergy delegate for the Orthodox Church of Belarus addressed the
plenary session on Thursday. He addressed us from “an unbroken and unreformed church that is over 2000 years old.” He
understands the need of the church to perform social work and provide moral guidance but not the need to reinvent moral issues. He
spoke that we use the same Bible; however the Sp irit must be different for us as we seemed to be inventing a new relig ion. He closed
with “don‟t be confirmed to the world but seek the Lord”.

There were times where I was totally frustrated with the actions of the GA and wanted to pack up and leave. As it turned out, I did
have to leave Friday afternoon due to a death in the family. At the GA it seemed that a majority of the issues discussed dealt with
GLBT issues. Social justice issues and biblical standards carried the day. To me, that is not the main issue facing our deno mination
today.

I would like to make one reco mmendation for the 220th General Assembly. I spoke to other commissioners and their Presbytery has
the alternates go the GA fo r a couple of days this time and serve as delegates at the 221st General Assembly. That way they a re not
new to how the business is conducted and can hopefully be more effective. The n ext GA will be in Pittsburg. This might be a good
chance to try this since travel cost might be less than Detroit or Port land in the upcoming years.

Again, thank you for the experience of a lifetime. May God bless our efforts.

                                                                                                                 Elder Tho mas Clayton
                                                                                                              Harrisonburg First Church




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I arrived on July 1st to exp lore the large Convention Center and the area before the Assembly began meeting.

My committee assignment was “The New Form of Govern ment” which Dan Williams, 2 nd Church Staunton, and Cynthia Bolbach
served as co-moderators of the Task Force. Our co mmittee began meeting on Friday, Ju ly 2 nd to develop community and to hear a
presentation from the Task Force about their work in developing this document. The Assembly Co mmittee made a variety of editorial
and other changes to the document. The Assembly approved this report on Wednesday night in the Plenary Session and this new
Form of Govern ment is being sent to presbyteries for vote.

On Saturday night we elected the new Moderator, Elder Cynthia Bolbach and her Vice Moderator. There were six candidates who ran
for Moderator and she was elected on the fourth ballot.

The Sunday Morning Worship Service, which lasted 2 hours, included representatives fro m various racial ethnic groups such as
Native A merican, Hispanics, Russian, and Korean. The former moderator preached.

After committees met on Sunday afternoon a 4th of July picnic and celebrat ion was held at Nicollet Island, on the Mississippi River.
The local co mmittee served chicken, walleye, roasted corn and salads. The evening ended with fireworks.

I attended various worship services which were meaningful. I heard former Vice President, Walter Mondale at the Westminster
Presbyterian Church. He is a member of this large and beautiful congregation.

While I was at General Assembly, I met many new friends and others I‟ve know through the years. It was great getting to know the
commissioners and advisory delegates from the Presbytery of Shenandoah. They were most helpful in getting me set up with my
computer. Thank you for this opportunity to serve from this presbytery.


                                                                                                                 Elder Merrily Kohler
                                                                                                     Loch Willo w Presbyterian Church




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                                       From My Eyes: The 219th General Assembly
                                     Kathi Crites, Young Adult Advisory Delegate

          On July 1st through the 10th , I had the opportunity to attend the 219th General Assembly in Minneapolis,
Minnesota, as a Young Adult Advisory Delegate, or YAAD. Technically I was the second person my pastor had asked,
the first person she asked was unable to go. As we think on it now, my pastor and I consider it the providence of God that
I was able to attend. Honestly in the beginning I had no idea I what I was getting into. I am new to the Presbyterian
Church; I have been active with the church for five years, but only a member for three. I knew about GA, but didn‟t
understand what it encompassed. I defiantly know now! My General Assembly experience was enlightening and life
changing. I discovered so much, about the church as well as about myself. Here is a little about my GA journey. Thank
you Shenandoah Presbytery for allowing me the opportunity to attend the 219th General Assembly.
          I have done lots of travelling in my lifetime, but generally it has been by car or bus. I have only flown twice, and
that was with a very experienced traveler who could get you through an airport. So I have to say my biggest worry about
going to General Assembly was travelling by myself. I had no idea what I was supposed to do, good thing the Office of
General Assembly sends out complete information. I would have been lost without there help. My trip was a success. My
ride to Dulles also knew her way around an airport. I am thankful to COLA for have people in Minnesota, to point me in
the right direction.
          Right from the beginning I was introduced to all the acronyms that are a part of the PCUSA, YAAD being one of
them. Being a Young Adult Advisory Delegate was a great experience. Meeting some of the other 172 other YAADS
from all over the US was neat as well, because you really couldn‟t meet all of them. For the first day, we had a YAAD
orientation on the “low down” of being a YAAD, as well as our schedule for the rest of the week, which included a
nightly caucus. When we met for the nightly gatherings, we were tired, but after we debriefed for a little while, we got to
do energizers. Let me tell you the room became alive. During the first caucus we worshipped together and spent time
singing, praying, and having communion together. We also had communion on our last night together as a group.
          Being a YAAD gave me an opportunity to meet new people and quite possibly forge new friendships, which I
hope will last a lifetime. There were a group of YAADs I joined, and we became the “A” Team. The people that are were
on the “A” Team were from Texas, Ohio, Kentucky, Kansas and California and South Dakota
           Honestly when I was first asked to go to GA, I wondered what there was in Minnesota to do, I thought there
wasn‟t much there, however I was wrong, because they house the US largest mall, and we got to go there! The members
of COLA (Committee on Local Arrangements) organized this trip for us, and it was an overwhelming experience. While
there we received a meal, a gift card, an opportunity to explore, then watch an improve group called Comedy Sportz. It
was entertaining to see the members of this group try to develop a comedy act about parliamentary procedure.
          When registering for GA, you are assigned a committee. As providence would have it I was assigned to
committee fifteen, Church Growth, Christian Education and PILP (Presbyterian Investment and Loans Program), because
during our meetings we talked about discipleship and evangelism, two words our local church struggles with, and now I
get to go back and tell them a little more about this. Our committee completed our business meetings rather quickly, so we
were introduced to a series called Travelling Light, which assists churches in the evangelism program called, “Growing
the Church Deep and Wide.” Upon completing our bus iness we got to go on a field trip that took us out in to the twin
cities to two churches that are implementing this program. It was interesting to learn what these churches were doing to
bring members into their church.
          I believe one of the things that both enlightened and confused me was the plenary sessions. When I first walked
into plenary hall, I was amazed. I had never seen that many Presbyterians in one place. The largest group of Presbyterians
I have experienced is at Montreat. When we got down to business some of the items went through rather quickly others
took much longer. It was on the ones that took a good bit of time that had me confused at times. I thought I had a grasp on
parliamentary procedure, but I learned I was wrong. When it came to people making amendments, adding substations, I
was lost; the comforting thing about my confusion was to learn that I wasn‟t the only one confused. As a YAAD in
plenary, we voice and an advisory. Witnessing the election of the moderator in plenary was a neat process, and if anything
very long.
           Being dubbed “YAADtastic” I think went to our heads, but also gave us the confidence to know that even though
our votes weren‟t counted in plenary, the commissioners took them into consideration. It was also a real treat to lead some
of the commissioners in energizers during some of the sessions. It limbered them up as well as relieved some of the
tension that was present. I had heard stories that plenary sessions could get out of hand, however, this year everything
remained calm. I have to say as you were sitting there, you began to realize who liked to come up to the microphone and
talk multiple times. I made friends in the plenary sessions as well. I helped those that were sitting near me with computer
issues. I also met the TSAD (Theological Student Advisory Delegate) Amber, from Southern Louisiana. She was quite
helpful when I became confused during plenary sessions

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         Overall General Assembly was a real treat for me to attend. I saw the church at its best and at its worst; however I
still am happy to be a Presbyterian. General Assembly opened my eyes to see, the person I really am. For so long I went
spoke the beliefs my family taught me, not that I don‟t respect their opinions, but at GA I was able to better establish my
feelings, and what I believe about certain issues that were brought out in plenary sessions. By going to General Assembly
I believe that I have learned things that I can bring back to my church. I also learned that I want to go to seminary, and go
out into the mission field, I have always thought about doing this but it wasn‟t until GA that I found out it is what I am
meant to do. General Assembly and my experiences there have opened me up to learn about myself, the church, as well as
the opportunity to meet new people and form lasting relationships. So thank you again Shenandoah Presbytery for
allowing me the opportunity to experience General Assembly, somewhere down the road I hope to have the opportunity to
attend another General Assembly.




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                              WORLD WIDE MINISTRIES REPORT TO PRESBYTERY

1.      Partnership – Plans for 20th anniversary celebration at Mettu, Ethiopia with Doug Sensabaugh and Randy Webb
attending to represent Shenandoah Presbytery in Nov.2010.

2.       $2 a member update – for 2nd mile fund – Presbyterian News service reported on Shenandoah raising $11,000 in
2009 and its plans to raise another $13,000 in 2010 for a total of $24,000 for the two years. (Envelopes available at
registration desk)

3.      Progress on updating : “Catch the Mission Spirit Booklet” – Updated printed version is available at registration
desk.

4.      “Big Event” – The Leadership Fair is scheduled to take place at Massanetta Springs on September 11th with
cooperation of WOC , Resource Center, and World Wide Ministries.(WWM Churches interested in putting up a display
please contact Carol Miller at millerca@jmu.edu or call at H -(540) 442-8113 or O -(540)568-7845

5.     New Wilmington Mission Conference, July 24-31st, 2010 ( Unable to get a group of youth from Trinity and
Massanutten to attend.) – Partly due to competition from Montreat and Massanetta Springs. Hunter Farrell reports
Montreat will have a Worldwide Missions Conference in summer of 2011.

6.        RAMSEY FUND DISPURSEMENTS:
Ethiopia trip support - $1,600
Synod Men (Tinkling springs) - $600
Lexington – Malawi Trip - $800
Lexington – Honduras trip - $800
Baja Trip for Highland Augusta MC - $1,000
Total disbursements: $4,800
7.Still in need of a representative from Eastern Panhandle to serve on the World Wide Ministries Committee

8. Met with Hunter Farrell of World Missions during BibleConference at Massanetta, Wednesday ,August 4th, 2010 over
lunch.




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2009-2010 INSTALLED PAS TOR SALARIES
                                           Full   Cash                                    Nontax           Housing     Taxed   Taxed   Medical/                           Cont
Church                Pastor        Year   Time   salary   Housing    Manse   Utilities   SECA     Bonus   Equity      Med     SECA    Pension    Dental   Other   Auto   Ed      Book   Misc
Augusta Stone         B. McCrary    2009   Yes     20800     22880                          3618                                         13230                     3500   1000
Augusta Stone         B. McCrary    2010   Yes     20800     22880                          3618                                         13230                     2500   1000


Berkeley Spgs         R. Osborne    2009   Yes    21736       21840                                                                      13900              3333   2400     500            360
Berkeley Spgs         R. Osborne    2010   Yes    22170       22277                                                                      14178              3396   2400     500            360

Berryville            J. Bunker     2009   Yes    23128       23128                         3538                                         15685                     2500     500    300
Berryville            J. Bunker     2010   Yes    24284       24284                         3716                                         16469                     2500     500    300

Bethany               R.vonOeyen    2009   Yes    12500       23000                         2941                        1050             11183                     2700     300
Bethany               R.vonOeyen    2010   Yes    12500       23000                         2941                        1050             11183                     2700     300

Bethel                J. Thornton   2009   Yes    35788               11255      2000       3897                1432                     15362      1000           3500     500            500
Bethel                J. Thornton   2010   Yes    35788               11255      4500       3897                1432                     15362      1000           2500     500

Bethesda              T utterow     2009   Yes    31000                9900   yes           3363     200        2000                     13514                     5000     800    600     600
Bethesda              T utterow                   No       report

Bridgewater           K. Foster     2009   Yes    19880       25000                         3819                                         14521      1217           5000    1000
Bridgewater           K. Foster     2010   Yes    19880       25000                         3819                                         14521      1217           5000    1000

Broadway              S. Hill       2009   Yes    16744       21648                         1734                                1734     12640                     2878     500
Broadway              S. Hill       2010   Yes    16744       21648                         1734                                1734     12640                     2850     500

Buckton               McDermott     2009   Yes    34000               10200                 3662                1200                     14301                     4000    1000    500
Buckton               McDermott     2010   Yes    34000               10200                 3662                1200                     14301                     4000    1000    500

BuffGap/Craigsville   J. Owen       2009   No     23652        3481                         2230                                          8611                     2462     500    200
BuffGap/Craigsville   J. Owen       2010   No     23652        3481                         2230                                          8611                     2462     500    200

Charles Town          J. Bethard    2009   Yes    39947                7049                 5200                2400                     17341                     3500    1200    600     600
Charles Town          J. Bethard    2010   Yes    39947                7049                 5200                2400                     17341                     3500    1200    600     600

Collierstown          J. Hastings   2009   Yes    32760                9000     8000        3355     100        1200                     13532                     3500     500    500    2400
Collierstown          J. Hastings   2010   Yes    35070                9000    10000        3651     100        1200                     14260                     3500     500    500    2400

Cooks Creek           G. Evans      2009   Yes    20268       20000                         5330                                         12684                     4000     800    300
Cooks Creek           G. Evans      2010   Yes    20268       20000                         5330     887                                 12684

Covenant              J. Peterson   2009   Yes    45662       23025                         5692                                         21636                     2341   1742             210
Covenant              J. Peterson   2010   Yes    45662       23025                         5692                                         21636                     2341   1500             210
Covenant              Amy           2009   Yes    25902       17268                         3584                                         13598       367           2307   1742             210
Covenant              Amy           2010   Yes    25902       17268                         3584                                         13598       367           2307   1500             210
                                                                                                           97
                                         Full   Cash                                   Nontax            Housing   Taxed   Taxed   Medical/                               Cont
Church               Pastor       Year   Time   salary   Housing   Manse   Utilities   SECA      Bonus   Equity    Med     SECA    Pension    Dental   Other       Auto   Ed      Book   Misc

Elkton               A. Ross      2009   Yes    22379      14919                         2853                                        11749       331               2100    1000            600
Elkton               A. Ross      2010   Yes    23050      15367                         2939                                        12101       331               2000    1000            600

Fairfield/T Ridge    C Moore      2009   Yes    28600              10800      5000       3264               2288                     13132                         3500     500    225
Fairfield/T ridge    C Moore      2010   Yes    29458              10800      5000       3335               2357                     13424                         3500     500    225

Falling Waters       J. Cushwa    2009   Yes    35000      10000                         3728                        900             14175                         4400     500    500
Falling Waters       J. Cushwa    2010   Yes    36000       1000                         3835                        900             14490                         4000     500    500

Frank/Rudd/U Tract   K. Hand      2009   Yes    31350               8354                 3376               1200                     12837                         2800    2162    380
Frank/Rudd/U Tract   K. Hand      2010   Yes    31350               8354                 3376               1200                     12837                         2800    2162    380

Front   Royal        T. Rhyne     2009   Yes    45088      16164                         4378                                        20914       675               3000   1000              90
Front   Royal        T. Rhyne     2010   Yes    46440      16643                         4232                                        21447       675               3000   1000              90
Front   Royal        R. Crumley   2009   Yes     9518      30000                         3274                                        12448                         2000   1000
Front   Royal        R. Crumley   2010   Yes    31262       9442                         3372                                        12822                         2000   1000

Glen Kirk            S. Conrad    2009   Yes    20000      14125                         2827                                        10475       331     343       6600     500            200
Glen Kirk            S. Conrad    2010   Yes    20000      14125                         2827                                        10475       331     343       5000     500            200

Harrisonburg 1       J. Sloop     2009   Yes    55918      33222                         5527                               1858     28079                         1950     800
Harrisonburg 1       J. Sloop     2010   Yes    55726      33414                         5651                               1899     28709                         1950     800
Harrisonburg 1       K. Key       2009   Yes    26146      30000                         3481                               1170     17686       331               1950     800            600
Harrisonburg 1       K. Key       2010   Yes    27315      30000                         3554                               1194     18054       331               1950     800            600
Harrisonburg 1       J Bromhead   2009   Yes    17943      25000                         2662                                895     13527       331               1950     800            600
Harrisonburg 1       J Bromhead   2010   Yes    18749      25000                         2712                                712     13781       331               1950     800            600

Hebron               F. Wyche     2009   Yes    34378              12000   Yes           4100                                        15606                         1500    2500   1000
Hebron               F. Wyche     2010   Yes    35409              12000   Yes           4100                                        16000                         1500    2500   1000

Hermitage            W. Sherman   2009   Yes    19589      19589                         2997                                        11949                         3300    3809
Hermitage            W. Sherman   2010   Yes    19589      19589                         2997                                        11949                         3300    3809

Hot Springs          G. Coleman   2009   Yes    30081               9384   Yes           3369               1200                     12810       675               Yes     1500    500
Hot Springs          G. Coleman   2010   ^Y     30081               9384   Yes           3369               1200                     12810       675               Yes     1500    500

Keyser               E. Poland    2009   Yes    32000              10680      3600       3850               1200                     15069                         1600    1000    500
Keyser               E. Poland    2010   Yes    33619              11166      3600       3990               1200                     15732                         1600    1000    500

Lexington            W. Klein     2009   Yes    68032              10800      6980       7448               2500                     30965                     0    800     800           1600
Lexington            W. Klein     2010   Yes    68636              12000      6980       7598               2500                     30965                          800     800

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                                          Full   Cash                                    Nontax                Housing   Taxed     Taxed     Medical/                            Cont
Church               Pastor       Year    Time   salary   Housing   Manse    Utilities   SECA          Bonus   Equity    Med       SECA      Pension    Dental   Other   Auto    Ed      Book     Misc

Loch Willow          R. Hopkins    2009   Yes    29531              10206    Yes           3291                   1200                         12584                     2325     750      250
Loch Willow          R. Hopkins    2010   Yes    30978               6000    Yes           3411                   1200                         13177                     2325     750      250

Martinsburg 1st      R. Burton     2009   Yes    38350      19432                          4787                                                18202      1212           2500    1000      750     2700
Martinsburg 1st      R. Burton     2010   Yes    37817      19821                          4775                             1300               18565      1212           2000    1000     1050     2400

Massanutten          J. Leggett    2009   Yes    43000      30000                          6047                                                22995       675           4400    2000     1000     1000
Massanutten          J. Leggett    2010   Yes    43000      30000                          6047                                                22995       675           4400    2000     1000     1000

McDowell             E. Pyles      2009   No     17000                6000   Yes           1906                                                 8952                     3000     250      250
McDowell             E. Pyles      2010   No     17000                6000   Yes           1906                                                 8952                     3000     250      250

Monterey Field       M. Harmon     2009   Yes    27500              10642       4800       3172          200      1200                         14526                     5500     500      300
Monterey Field       M. Harmon     2010   Yes    28738              11053       4800       3411          200      1200                         15608                     5000     500      300

Moorefield           K. Jackson    2009   Yes    42659                7800      4980       4692                   1200                         19999                     6435    1700
Moorefield           K. Jackson    2010   Yes    42659                7800      4980       4692                   1200                         19999                     6000    1700

Mossy Creek          P. Pettit     2009   Yes    29075              10040    Yes           2892                   1500                2892     16290              6315   2400     600     1000
Mossy Creek          P. Pettit     2010   Yes    29075              10040    Yes           2892                   1500                2892     16290              6315   2400     600     1000

Mt. Horeb            H. Newman     2009   Yes    34059      21840                          4472                             1000               17608       675           5000    900
Mt. Horeb            H. Newman     2010   Yes    34059      21840                          4472                             1000               17608       675           5000    900

New Monmouth         M. Stokes     2009   Yes    29625      29625                          4444                                                18664               617   2500     400
New Monmouth         M. Stokes     2010   Yes    29625      29625                          4444                                                18664               617   2500     400

Nineveh              R. Webb       2009   No       9198     13800                          1905                                                 9358                     3500              510
Nineveh              R. Webb       2010   No       9750     14628                          2020                                                 9500                     3000              600

Olivet               J. Brandon    2009   Yes    34983      17111                          3985                             1500               16149               594   3000    1200      200
Olivet               J. Brandon    2010   Yes    36382      17795                          4144                             1500               16812               594   3000    1200      200

Opequon              D. Witt       2009   Yes    42263      16410                          4200                             1000               18500      1217    2000   4200    1500      500
Opequon              D. Witt       2010   Yes    45263      16410                          4608                             1000               20000      1217    2400   4200    1500      500

Parish of Pastures   J. Haney      2009   Yes    32500                                     2486                                                13308      1217           3500     400      100
Parish of Pastures   J. Haney      2010   Yes    34000                                     2601                                                13923      1217           3500     400      100

Petersburg           R. Cardot     2009   Yes     37800             8100     5500        4050                  2000                          15992      687               1800     700      500
Petersburg           R. Cardot    2010    Yes    39000              8100     5500        4180                  2000                          16364      687              1800    700     500

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                                        Full   Cash                                   Nontax           Housing      Taxed     Taxed   Medical/                            Cont
Church            Pastor        Year    Time   salary   Housing   Manse   Utilities   SECA     Bonus   Equity       Med       SECA    Pension    Dental   Other   Auto    Ed      Book   Misc

Romney            B. Johnson     2009   Yes    29150               7200   Yes           3407                 1458                       13485                     4000     500     500
Romney            B. Johnson     2010   Yes    30608               7200   Yes           3610                 1530                       13485                     4000     500     500

Shepherdstown     R. T remba     2009   Yes    52797      12000                                                                         19752       500     200   5000     700     700
Shepherdstown     R. T remba     2010   Yes    54093      12000                                                                         21203       500     200   5000     500     500

Sherando          T. Arnold      2009   Yes    17156      18000              6634       2689                           2712             11074                     2400     500
Sherando          T. Arnold      2010   Yes    17156      18000              6634       2689                           2712             11074                     2400     500

Smyrna            W. Heyward     2009   Yes    29162       9379                         3193                 2100                       12802                     1200     500
Smyrna            W. Heyward     2010   Yes    29787       9566                         3260                 2100                       13058                     1200     500

Spring Hill       C. McFarlin    2009   Yes    33900               9000   Yes           4170                 1200                       16250                     4000     500     200
Spring Hill       C. McFarlin    2010   Yes    33900               9000   Yes           4170                 1200                       16250                     4000     500     200

Staunton 1        R. Dietrich    2009   Yes     26713     40000                         5531                                            20824                      1400    1000   1000    1800
Staunton 1        R. Dietrich   2010    Yes    18000    40000                         4814                                            18850                       1500    1000    500    1000

Staunton 2        D. Williams    2009   Yes    18610      30400              2445       3940                            800             17625    Yes              Yes      500    1500
Staunton 2        D. Williams    2010   Yes    18610      30400              2445       3940                            800             17625    Yes              Yes      500    1500

Staunton 3        J. Wilkers     2009   Yes    20089      25000                         3755                           1000             15486                     4500    1500     250    1000
Staunton 3        J. Wilkers     2010   Yes    20406      25000                         3755                           1000             15486                     4500    1500     250

Strasburg         D. Howard      2009   Yes    39690       1391   12671   Yes           3231     675                                    18020      1217     552   1400     300             480
 Strasburg        D. Howard     2010           No       report

Sunnyside         R. Potter      2009   Yes    25800      14000                         50%                                             12537              8068            350     350
Sunnyside         R. Potter      2010   Yes    42500                                    50%                                             13387

Tinkling Spring   A.Cranford     2009   Yes    13050      30000                         3566                                            13562                     1500    1000
Tinkling Spring   A.Cranford     2010   Yes    13050      30000                         3566                                            13562                     1500    1000

Trinity           A. Held        2009   Yes    27756      20198                         3669                                            15546                     3000     500
Trinity           A. Held        2010   Yes    29148      19208                         3699                                            15672                     5000     500

T uscarora        CD- Raynal     2009   Yes    33745      24000                         4784                                            18190       675           Yes     1400
T uscarora        CD- Raynal     2010   Yes    33745      24000                         4784                                            18190       675           Yes     1400

Warm Springs      C. Reed        2009   Yes    31500              10175      6000       3794                 1200                       13754      1217           2500    1000     500
Warm Springs      C. Reed        2010   Yes    33075              10175      6000       4007                 1200                       13889      1217           2500    1000     500

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                                       Full   Cash                                     Nontax             Housing   Taxed     Taxed   Medical/                           Cont
Church           Pastor        Year    Time   salary   Housing    Manse    Utilities   SECA     Bonus     Equity    Med       SECA    Pension    Dental   Other   Auto   Ed     Book   Misc

Warrenton        C. Schmahl     2009   Yes    49137      27003                                                                          24660    Yes              2000    900    500
Warrenton        C. Schmahl     2010   Yes    51421      27003                                                                          25400    Yes              2000    900    500
Warrenton        C. Evans       2009   Yes    40024      11225                                                                          16144                     2000    900    500    3500
Warrenton        C. Evans       2010   Yes    41227      11560                                                                          16628                     2300    900    500    3500

Waynesboro 1     G. Holman      2009   Yes    36515      28000                           4935                                           20322      1217           1500   1500           2420
Waynesboro 1     G. Holman      2010   Yes    41333      25000                           5074                                           20895      1217           2000   2000           1000

Waynesboro 2     J. McDonald    2009   Yes    24651      19407                           3650                                           13878                     3000   1500
Waynesboro 2     J. McDonald    2010   Yes    24651      19407                           3650                                           13878                     3000   1500

Westminster      J. Lovelady    2009   Yes    37308      27012                           5358                                           20261                     1200   1500
Westminster      J. Lovelady    2010   Yes    37308      27012                           5358                                           20261                     1200   1500

Winchester 1st   Reifsnyder     2009   Yes    64335      21497                                                         1964             27037      1964           2496   1600
Winchester 1st   Reifsnyder     2010   Yes    66908      22357                                                         1964             28119                     2496   1600
Winchester 1st   D. McCoig      2009   Yes    23415      42000                                                                          20606                     2496   1104
Winchester 1st   D. McCoig      2010   Yes    24352      43680                                                                          21430                     2496   1104
Winchester 1st   M Spray        2009   Yes    10762      24792                                                                          10842                     1000   1000
Winchester 1st   M Spray        2010   Yes               36976                                                                          11648                     1200   1000

Windy Cove       R.Sherrard     2009   Yes    34300                 6000      2200       2400             No                            14946    Yes              1300    600
Windy Cove       R.Sherrard     2010   Yes    34300                 6000      2200       2400                                           14946    Yes              1300    600

Woodstock        L. Webb        2009   Yes    22469      34293                           4702                                           18263      1217           3100   2000   1000    1000
Woodstock        L. Webb        2010   Yes    23255      35493                           4867                                           18506      1217           3100   2000   1000    1000
O THER:
Massanetta Spg   F. Holbrook    2009   Yes    32536      32536                           5470                                           22577               709   2000   1200
Massanetta Spg   F. Holbrook    2010   Yes    33679      33679                           5631                                           22992               730          1000

GA Entity        J. Robinson    2009   Yes    69275    Includes   salary   manse       and      utility   allow
GA Entity        J. Robinson    2010   Yes    69275    Includes   salary   manse       and      utility   allow

GA Entity        T. Hay         2009   Yes    92000    Includes   salary   manse       and      utility   allow
GA Entity        T. Hay         2010   Yes    92000    Includes   salary   manse       and      utility   allow




                                                                                             101
                                      2010 Report of the Sessional Records Committee
                                                  Shenandoah Presbytery



The Sessional Records Committee of Shenandoah Presbytery commends the Clerks of Session serving our congregations.
The task of keeping track of a congregation‟s activity through the meetings of Session and congregation is no small thing. A s
we met together to discuss our work, the common thread running through the experience of this year‟s reading team was deep
appreciation and admiration for the record keeping within our churches. Thanks be to God for these men and women and
their ministry among us!

For the sake of reporting please note the following:

41 churches were given exceptions in their record keeping;
67 churches were found to be without exception;
2 churches had not yet submitted minutes for reading;

Most frequent exceptions:
         Minutes not signed by the moderator and/or clerk
         Statistical report not included
         An order for or report of a financial review of the books missing
         Annual election of the Treasurer not recorded and/or held
         Annual statement regarding the bonding of the Treasurer OR counting procedure for the offering (two appointed,
           unrelated people)
         Record of training and examination of newly elected officers
         Record of communion being served
         Record of annual review of the church rolls
         Record of sessional minutes reviewed & the outcome of the review

An exception can be defined as something „missing‟ in the minutes for the calendar year being read. In most cases, an
exception is a simple as a pastor not signing one set of congregational minutes, while the rest were duly signed. Only
occasionally does an exception or do exception(s) suggest significant or chronic record-keeping concerns.

After reading the minutes, there are also several suggestions the committee offers the churches:
         If churches are not already doing so, investing in minute books and acid free paper is strongly recommended.
            The paper and sturdiness of the books protects the record of the church in a way a binder/copy/printer paper
            cannot.
         Encourage the Clerk of Session and Moderator to review and begin completing the checklist received in a recent
            mailing prior to the beginning of the New Year.
         Keep Session records in the book when submitted for reading (do not put them in a folder or envelope). Having
            prior year‟s minutes assists readers.

Again, we are fortunate to have such careful clerks keeping record in our congregations. It‟s a pleasure to read and learn
more about the ministry of the churches in our midst!

Respectfully Submitted,

Ann Pettit, Chair




                                                             102
                                     COMMITTEE ON PREPARATION FOR MINISTRY


For Review:
       A.     Authorized candidates Helen “Punker” Robertson, Marie O‟Connell, Joan Wilson, and inquirer Walter
              Canter to take ordination exams.

       B.     Authorized candidate Emily Miller to circulate her personal information form

       C.     Removed inquirer Lynette Johnson from the Roll of Inquirers at her request.

       D.     Inquirer Becca Siddle was recommended by the Committee to be examined by Presbytery to be enrolled as a
              candidate for ministry. Due to a logistical conflict, Ms. Siddle will come before Presbytery at a later meeting.

       E.     Shawn Hevener has been assessed and ready to receive a call.




                                                           103
                                                                                              AUGUS T 2010 index

ADJOURNM ENT ............................................................................................................................................................... 78

APPOINTM ENTS............................................................................................................................................................... 73

BIG EVENT ......................................................................................................................................................................... 76

BUDGET A ND FINANCE....................................................................................................................................75, 80-88
     2011 Budget Preview .................................................................................................................................... 80-85
     Year-to-Date Shared M ission Support ....................................................................................................... 86-88

CAMPUS M INISTRY........................................................................................................................................................ 78

CHURCH DEVELOPM ENT ............................................................................................................................................ 78

CHURCH MUTUA L INSURA NCE ............................................................................................................................... 75

COMMITTEE ON M INISTRY .................................................................................................................................. 76-77
     Church Information Form:
              Associate Pastor at Waynesboro First .............................................................................................. 77
     Contracts Approved:
              New Providence and temporary supply Rev. Betty Jean Young ................................................. 77
              Tinkling Spring and interim Rev. Jan G. Owen ............................................................................. 77
     Contracts Renewed:
              Parish of Pastures and commissioned lay pastor Bobby Spurgeon............................................. 77
              Parish of Shenandoah and stated supply Rev. Larry Miles .......................................................... 77
              Parish of Shenandoah and commissioned lay pastor Ray Fit zgterald ........................................ 77
     Liaisons Appointed:
              Buffalo Gap/Craigsville = Rev. Nancy S. Whiteley ...................................................................... 77
              Mt. Olive = Mary Lou McMillin and Don Myers .......................................................................... 77
     Ministerial Changes:
              Dis missed:
                          James “Bill” Moore ............................................................................................................. 77
                          Susannah Tulloch................................................................................................................. 77
     Pastoral Relationship Dissolved:
              Buffalo Gap and Craigsville churches and Rev. Jan G. Owen .................................................... 77
              Buckton Church and Rev. F. Lee McDermott ................................................................................ 77
     PNC approval:
              Burnt Church ........................................................................................................................................ 77
     Sessional Records Review ........................................................................................................................ 77, 102
     Suggested Compensation Increase.................................................................................................................... 77
     Terms of Call Changes......................................................................................................................... 77, 97-101
     Triennial Visits ..................................................................................................................................................... 76

DISA STER RESPONSE TEAM ...................................................................................................................................... 78

DOCKET.........................................................................................................................................................................73, 79

ENROLLM ENT............................................................................................................................................................. 68-72

GENERA L ASSEM BLY COMMISSIONERS .................................................................................................76, 89-95

INTERIM GENERA L PRESBYTER .............................................................................................................................. 76

INTERCESSORY PRA YER ............................................................................................................................................. 76

MINUTES OF MA Y 10, 2010, APPROVED ................................................................................................................ 73

MOFFETT FOR M ISSION ............................................................................................................................................... 76

OMNIBUS MOTION ......................................................................................................................................................... 73
PARTNERSHIP COMMITTEE ....................................................................................................................................... 76

PREPARATION FOR MINISTRY......................................................................................................................... 77, 103

PRESBYTERY COUNCIL ......................................................................................................................................... 73-75

PROFRESSIONA L DEVELOPM ENT ........................................................................................................................... 75

QUORUM ............................................................................................................................................................................. 68

RECESS ................................................................................................................................................................................ 76

STATED CLERK REPORT .............................................................................................................................................. 73

WELCOM E AND ANNOUNCEM ENTS ...................................................................................................................... 73

WORLD WIDE M INISTRIES....................................................................................................................................76, 96

WORSHIP............................................................................................................................................................................. 73

				
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