REMITS 1, 2, 3 & 4 on Structural Change have ALL been APPROVED!!!
(pending approval at GC 43 July/18)
NEXT MEETINGTuesday, February 27, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
at Siloam United Church, 1240 Fanshawe Park Road E., London, ON N5X 3Z8
- Covenanting Service for Fairmont & Rev. Krista Elizabeth Winn
- Nominations & Elections for Lay Delegates to the Annual Meeting of London Conference May 25-27
- Workshops/Discussions/Brainstorming (during meeting time) about Clusters & Networks going forward in the areas of Mission/Outreach, Clergy Networking, Children/Youth. These three will all run at the same time, so you'll need to choose which you want to participate in.
Our Mission Statement
The purpose of Middlesex Presbytery is to awaken its people and congregations to the message of the Scriptures, and to encourage them through support and compassionate oversight, to fulfil their Christian ministry in the world, as revealed in the words and life of Jesus.
Middlesex Presbytery serves the geographic area of Middlesex County. In one word, it is DIVERSE. There are 37 Pastoral Charges in Middlesex Presbytery
All persons of the Order of Ministry and Designated Lay Ministers are members of Presbytery. Lay members represent the following constituencies: elected representatives from Pastoral Charges (one for every 100 members to a maximum of four representatives) and from Middlesex Presbyterial U.C.W., and ten members-at-large appointed by the Presbytery. Pastoral Charges are encouraged to elect Alternate Lay Delegates to ensure representation at the meeting of Presbytery and its Divisions.
Guide to Active Membership: Updated in June 2012, this Guide explains how Middlesex Presbytery works - Our Structure and the Role of Presbytery Representatives.