Shopping Cart
Your Cart is Empty
Quantity:
Subtotal
Taxes
Shipping
Total
There was an error with PayPalClick here to try again
CelebrateThank you for your business!You should be receiving an order confirmation from Paypal shortly.Exit Shopping Cart

Trinity Presbytery

Updated 8/7/18

Term Expires in 2018

Don Nunn (3)

203 Bridgers Hill Rd.,

Longview, TX 75604

903-297-6074 

Donna Jo Thompson(2)

21102 Eagle Ridge Ct.,

San Antonio, TX 78258

210-789-8452

John Dougherty (2)

6320 Lewis Chapel Road,

Jefferson, TX 75657

903-665-8780

Term Expires in 2019

Elder Jack Holt (1)

747 Slumber Pass

San Antonio, TX 78260

Home: 830-980-7030

Cell: 210-279-1140

*Robert Rush. (3)

12935 Quail Park Drive,

Cypress, TX 77429

832-458-4869 

Kevin Colvard (3)

20024 Crescent Oaks,

San Antonio, TX 78258

210-497-7974

Term Expires in 2020

Walter Hoke (1)

215 Navajo Trail,

Georgetown, TX 78633

512-869-1948 

Bill Thomas (2)

NG 41 Lake Cherokee,

Longview, TX 75603

903-258-6046 

Committee on Probationers

From the "Standing Rules of Trinity Presbytery" 

E. Committee on Probationers: The Committee on Probationers shall consist of nine members, five of whom shall be ordained ministers. The committee is charged with the responsibility of oversight, nurture and guidance of probationers.

The Committee on Probationers shall be responsible to do the following:                             

  1. Interview all persons considering becoming candidates for the ministry prior to their appearance before the presbytery;

  2. Use the proper procedures (see Section 6.00 “The Authority of Presbytery over Ministers, Licentiates, and Candidates” of The Constitution of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church) for receiving candidates and guiding them in their preparation for licensure and ordination;

  3. Supervise each probationer’s formal educational preparation; also monitor each probationer’s personal commitment, maturity, mental health, spiritual formation, and social development; encourage psychological testing, counseling or psychotherapy, if needed;

  4. Ensure that the educational requirement (a degree from a college or university approved by the presbytery) is met before licensure;

  5. Ensure that the educational requirement (a degree from a graduate school of theology approved by the presbytery) is met before ordination;

  6. Recommend exceptions to the educational requirements when the probationer meets the constitutional requirement for an exception (see Section 6.202 and Section 6.34 of The Constitution of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church);

  7. Supervise the probationers who have been allowed by the presbytery to take the Program of Alternate Studies (PAS) as an alternate route to ordination;

  8. Remind the presbytery regularly that exceptions to the educational requirements should not be based on personal preference or inconvenience.
0