Welcome to the
Presbytery of New Harmony


The Mission of the Presbytery of New Harmony is to strengthen, nurture, and sustain its congregations and ministers, and to participate in the wider mission of the church through its higher governing bodies.

The Presbytery of New Harmony, a member of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), is situated along the northeastern coast of South Carolina. We have 7,534 members across 12 counties in South Carolina. The presbytery office, located in Florence, supports 65 congregations and 80 resident ministers.

Please feel free to browse our website to find out more about us.

If you cannot find what you're looking for, please feel free to contact us at the addresses listed
below.

Presbytery of New Harmony
PO Box 4025
Florence, SC
29502-4025
Phone  843-662-8411
Fax      843-665-1408

office@newharmonypres.org

Contact staff:
firstname@
newharmonypres.org 


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95th STATED MEETING

of the
Presbytery of New Harmony
 


Wednesday, May 22, 2019

9:30 a.m. (registration begins at 8:30 a.m.)

 

First Presbyterian Church
213 West Home Avenue
Hartsville, South Carolina 29550

Directions to Church

Click here to download the Commissioners' Handbook

 

Happening in New Harmony Presbytery
(Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are held at the Presbytery office.) 
 
May 13-16 
  • Vital Congregations, First Presbyterian Church, Atlanta.
     
May 16
  • 12 pm, Cheraw Lunch, River's Edge
  • 2 pm, South Carolina Christian Action Council, St. Peter's AME Zion Church, Walterboro.
     
May 22
  • 9:30 am, Presbytery of New Harmony, (registration at 8:30 am), First Presbyterian Church, Hartsville.
  • 2 pm, Finance Committee.
     
May 31-June 1
  • Camp Pee Dee Master Planning at Camp Pee Dee Retreat Center.
     
New Harmony Presbytery's Office Hours 
Monday - Thursday, 9 am - 5 pm

 

Welcome Our New Financial Administrator!

Marilyn Morrison, pictured right, was approved by Guiding Council as the person to be the Financial Administrator of New Harmony Presbytery upon the retirement of Elise Walker in May. 

Marilyn and her husband, Tim, recently moved to Florence from Chattanooga, Tennessee, as a result of his new job with Harbor Freight in Dillon as an Area Manager. They lived in Chattanooga for 20 years and were ready to move closer to the beach, which they both love to visit! Marilyn and Tim have two children; their daughter Stephanie is married, living in Greenville and their son Andrew remains in Chattanooga. When in Chattanooga, Marilyn was the Financial Administrator at Concord Baptist Church for the past six years. She enjoyed her job very much and was excited to see the job posting for our Financial Administrator. Both she and her husband are happy to be in Florence and Marilyn is thankful for the opportunity to be a part of the New Harmony Presbytery, serving it and its congregations! 

Elise has complete 30 years of service as the Financial Administrator of NHP. We will officially celebrate that dedication and service, give thanks and say goodbye to Elise at our Stated Meeting in First, Hartsville on May 22. 

 

Send Your Children to Camp Pee Dee
Camp Pee Dee New Logo

Church camp experiences have molded many young women and men with the Christian community experience they provide.  Katie Bryant and Scott Jensen are working diligently to provided an exciting, fun-filled, Christian experience that will help deepen the faith of those who attend Camp Pee Dee Retreat Center this summer.  
 
If you want to provide an experience for your children that just might change their lives, consider sending your children, grandchildren, or children in your community to Camp Pee Dee Retreat Center.
 
To find out the exciting opportunities at Camp Pee Dee Retreat Center, download the Summer Camp brochure.
 
Contact Kaiti or Scott with any questions.  

 

Program Council offering grants for
positive and inspiring programs
 
The Program Council off New Harmony Presbytery is here to partner with your congregation. We stand ready to assist churches with their needs and requests. In recent history, many of these have been centered on emergencies, maintenance problems, salary shortfalls and other items that disrupt the mission and ministry of our congregations. In 2019, we are planning to offer assistance in other ways also. The CDM encourages you to apply for grants to do positive and inspiring programs in your church or community. These grants will typically be $2,000.00 each but we will consider any and all requests.
 

 

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