The Huntsville Presbytery believes it has a powerful role to play in strengthening our local congregations as well as our extended family in the surrounding communities. Our strong culture of service and authentic desire to make meaningful social impact is at the heart of all our community involvement initiatives.We are deeply committed to building strong and vibrant communities, improving education and quality of life.
Our deep commitment to service is the foundation of our multi-faceted community involvement strategy which includes mentoring, hospice assistance, clothes/food drives, providing school supplies and scholarships along with involvement in many other assistance agencies. The Huntsville Presbytery is resolute in making a positive difference where we live.
Helping Communities Through Giving
Disaster Relief Donations: (Left to Right) Elder Charles Bradley-HP, Cody M. Wishik-LMCO, Kristin B. Manary-LMCO, & Rev. Al Garrett-HP
Huntsville Presbytery Board of Mission and Evangelism held a Homeless Drive at Madkins Chapel CPCA in March 2011.
Davis Hills Middle School Principal, Byron McGlathery and Coach Ruby Barnes of the Physical Education Department was presented a $100.00 check for supplies from the Missionary Society of Union Hill CPCA where Rev. McKinley Jones is Pastor. Helping the communities through giving.From Left to right: President Eva McGlathery, Vice President Gloria Collins, Mother Mamie Rice and Mother Lucille Miller .
Haiti Relief Efforts
Huntsville Presbytery receives plaque from local Red Cross representative for Haiti Relief donations.
The Huntsville Presbytery Missionary Society held a coat drive at the Richard Showers Center on November 20th, 2010. Participants include representatives from Bright Hope, Union Hill, New Hope, St. James, Madkins Chapel, and Mt. Zion CPCAs.
(l to r) Donna Moore, Eva McGlathery, Anna Stovall, and Bettye Hodge.