PO Box 23580
Lexington, KY 40523
(859) 264-8867
(859) 264-8869 fax
For over five decades, the Kentucky Council of Churches has served churches in the Commonwealth of Kentucky as the instrument of its members to nurture the unity of the body of Christ and to anticipate that unity, however partially, through common witness and service. Since 1947, Kentucky Christians have heeded not only the calling of their hearts, but the prayer of Jesus "that they all may be one.
Samples of Congregation Bylaws are available here. United Harrodsburg has offered their copy as an example of their Congregation Bylaws.
Job Opportunities in Transylvania Presbytery.
Called meeting of Transylvania Presbytery. Thursday, August 6, 2015. The search committee report is available now.
Presbytery of Transylvania Per Capita and Unified Giving.
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The George Moore Camp Burnamwood Scholarship is a fund created in memory of George Moore, Commissioned Lay Pastor at Mt. Horeb Presbyterian Church for nearly 16 years.

A Mission Statement for the Presbytery of Transylvania

God calls Transylvania Presbytery to support and encourage the mission of God in the particular context of the congregations and communities in which we have been called to serve as the body of Christ. Recognizing that we are a body of diverse members connected by our common bond in Jesus Christ, we strive to work together to...WITNESS to the love of the triune God by what we say and do; NURTURE all who are called to follow Christ, and SERVE all people impartially, recognizing that all we have and all we are belongs to God.


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Presbytery of Transylvania
PO Box 23580
Lexington, KY 40523; 859-264-8867