I possibly Zoned out for a while there…

One of the key things I have learned as a new blogger is that to sustain a successful blog, you actually have to write stuff. So here I go again, attempting to be helpful to people in ministry in my Presbytery and hopefully further afield. This Blog will not be about Presbytery Zones forever. But … Continue reading I possibly Zoned out for a while there…

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One Presbytery, six Zones… or was that 70 placements, umpteen clusters, six mini-Presbyteries, a mini-Synod, a maxi-Synod, an Assembly, and no room for any partridges…

by Presbytery Minister Graham Perry, lit. ‘one who has fallen out of the pear-tree’ SCCP FAQs:        Why do we form a new Presbytery and then split it up into zones? Der! Isn’t that just going to add another layer of meetings and reports? Who’s going to do all that extra work? Well, not me, that’s … Continue reading One Presbytery, six Zones… or was that 70 placements, umpteen clusters, six mini-Presbyteries, a mini-Synod, a maxi-Synod, an Assembly, and no room for any partridges…

I’ve got nothing to read…

Books that might be of some use to a Presbytery Minister. There are more. Bishop: The art of questioning authority, by an authority in question by William H. Willimon Paperback: 186 pages Publisher: Abingdon Press (April 1 2012) Language: English ISBN-10: 1426742290 ISBN-13: 978-1426742293 Leadership and Oversight: New Models for Episcopal Ministry Paperback – March … Continue reading I’ve got nothing to read…