Groups in Church

Our Committee consists of 10 members at the present time and meets as necessary during the year. There are no limits to the number of members who can serve on the committee. We gladly accept new members at any time. If you would like to join, please contact the church office.

There are many ways to give gifts to our church through our memorial fund.

  1. An outright gift
  2. A gift in memory of a loved one.
  3. A living memorial in your own name or the name of a loved one.
  4. A bequest, when the time comes.

All checks should be made payable to “Columbian Presbyterian Church” and clearly marked Memorial Gift with the name or purpose of the gift.

If you have a recommendation for use of a gift, we would surely like to know so we can continue to provide for our church’s needs. These funds are never a part of the bill paying treasury and must be used as an appropriate memorial.

It remains our committee’s responsibility to use gifts in anyone’s memory, both appropriately to our church and in a manner approved by the family.

The Women of Columbian Presbyterian Church support the purpose of Presbyterian Women through prayer, study, special programs, service and financial support of the mission of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

 

The Men of the Church meet for breakfast once a month on the first Monday at 6:00am.

This informal group meets for fellowship, food and discussion.  The gatherings are open and guests are welcome.

The Men of the Church also support church activities throughout the year as needed. They sponsor one chicken barbecue in support of their particular missions.

God’s Girlz is for girls in grades 2-6 to spend time with other girls their age learning to become “Women of God.”
  Girls are guided to become strong and self-confident members of their community.  They sponsor teas and coffee hours, raise funds and collect supplies for charities, and enjoy crafting, cooking, acting, singing and various other activities –  all while keeping faith as their foundation.  The leaders take their cues from the members, encouraging them to play an active role in the direction of the meetings.  The members chose the name for the group, helped to formulate a “code of conduct”, and are given the freedom to make choices whenever possible.  The meetings are organized by the two main leaders, but welcome strong women of the church or community to share their knowledge and talents.

Boy Scout Troop 100 meets every Tuesday night (September through June) at 7:00pm in the lower level of the Session Building 

Scoutmaster: Kevin Gretsky (315)-558-4907

Contact the Scoutmaster for the July and August schedule.

Code of Honor Ceremonies (Eagle Scout) are held in the church sanctuary with receptions in the Session Building.