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Atlantic Korean-American Mentoring Partnership Committee

The purpose of the Mentoring Partnership Committee is to act as a bridge between AKAP and the Synod of the Mid-Atlantic for communications and cooperation and to help AKAP meet the responsibilities of a functioning presbytery.

Co-Chair                                                                  Co-Chair

SUNG SAM KIM (AKAP)                                         JAMES FIELDS (JAMES)
10408 Meussamill Road                                          1905 Hickoryridge Road
Richmond, VA 23236                                               Richmond, VA 23233
(W) (804) 741-5944                                                   W (804) 716-2370
sungsam@msn.com                                                 james.h.fields@worldnet.att.net


The Synod of the Mid-Atlantic Black Presbyterian Caucus

The purpose of the Mid-Atlantic region of the Black Presbyterian Caucus is to use its influence and collective powers to achieve full and equal participation of Black people in the life of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), in general and in the Synod of Mid-Atlantic in particular.

President
John Etheredge
P.O. Box 7591, Rocky Mount, NC.  27802
252-266-8367      Snuffy977@aol.com


The Synod of the Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Caucus

The purpose of the Mid-Atlantic region of the Hispanic Presbyterian Caucus is to use its influence and collective powers to achieve full and equal participation of Hispanic people in the life of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in general, and in the Synod of Mid-Atlantic in particular.

Moderator/President                                                      Treasurer
Alfredo Miranda, Salem Presbytery
336-817-4793 (c)
AMiranda@salempresbytery.org

Secretary
Eduardo A. Moreno, Coastal Carolina Presbytery
910-289-1037   eduardomoreno@presbycc.org


The Korean Presbyterian Korean Caucus/Council

The purpose of the Korean Presbyterian Korean Caucus/Council is to use its influence and collective powers to achieve full and equal participation of Korean people in the life of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in general, and in the Synod of Mid-Atlantic in particular.

Moderator

JAE HEUNG CHUNG
18 Stage Coach Trail, Greensboro, NC 27409
(H) (336) 292-7076
kfpc@k1pc.org


Presbyterian Men

The Committee’s purpose is to lead men into a vital relationship with Jesus Christ, develop their understanding of the mission of the church, assist congregations in nurturing men of the church to mature discipleship, encourage men in the church through their commitment to Christ,  fulfill the ministry to which men are called in their families, in their daily work, and in their ministry to other people in the community and the world and involve men of various racial/ethnic backgrounds and men of different ages

Moderator

Allan Wulff
3305 Hollyfield Circle, Roanoke, VA.  24106
540-989-0176, 540-776-3440 (cell)
solartec@cox.net

Representative for Presbytery of the Peaks
member, Covenant PC, Roanoke, VA


Presbyterian Women

The purpose of the Committee is to build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). It is organized at all levels of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in congregations, presbyteries and synods as well as General Assembly.  The Committee is committed to nurturing faith, supporting the church’s mission, working for justice and building community.

Moderator

 


The Committee of Women of Color

The purpose of the Committee is to identify and research issues of concern to women of color, and to develop strategies, including programs, resources and legislative action to respond to these issues.  To promote shared partnership and power in the mission of the church to eliminate all barriers created by prejudice, racism, classism, and ageism as they impact the lives of women locally, regionally and globally.

Moderator

AVYS MASSEY (SALEM)
307 Underhill Street, High Point, NC 27260
(W) (336) 334-7838    (F) (336) 334-7010
AMASSEY3@aol.com


Westminster Presbyterian Homes

Lynchburg, VA

President of the Board: Forrest Kearns