The Session or Board of Elders is a group of nine elders, elected by the congregation, who serve a three-year term. They are the spiritual leadership of the Presbyterian churches. All decisions of import are made by the Board of Elders. Being ordained position, an elder is an elder for life, although not always serving on the Board.

    

  

The Board of Deacons are nine individual elected by the congregation to serve for a three-year term. They are the "caring" ministry of the church, offering visitation to special church friends who are no longer able to worship with us. They frequently provide food for events and most importantly, help for those in need.    

The Board of Trustees wear many hats. They are nine congregationally elected individuals who are responsible for the physical plant, grounds, and finances of the church.