PRESBYTERY OF CENTRAL NEBRASKA

By the grace of God, the Presbytery of Central Nebraska, a governing body of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), is a community of faith called to nurture, serve and support our congregations in the proclamation of the salvation through faith in Jesus Christ, and is committed to ministry and mission within and beyond our geographic and denominational bounds. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, the Presbytery seeks to lead congregations with energy, intelligence, imagination and love.

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Presbytery of Central Nebraska Upcoming July 16th Meeting

Worship will be led by The Reverend Shelli Latham, President, Omaha Presbyterian Seminary Foundation.

Saturday, July 16th

8:30 – Registration & Coffee

9:00 – Meeting

Lunch will be served following the meeting.

Location

Westminster United Presbyterian Church

109 N. Colorado Ave.

Minden, NE  68959

Rev. Shellie Latham

About Reverend Shelli Latham

Rev. Latham is a lifelong Presbyterian, the child of two Presbyterian elders. Shelli has served in congregational ministry since graduating from college and has played a variety of ordained and nonordained roles, including Christian education and youth ministry, and pastoral roles in youth, mission, worship, and senior congregational leadership. God’s call has led her to churches of all sizes, in a variety of geographical settings and theological stripes. Since her ordination in 2005, Shelli has served Davidson College Presbyterian Church, Davidson, NC; Westminster Presbyterian Church, West Chester, PA; and Druid Hills Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, GA. At the core of her sense of vocation is a great love for Christ’s church and their pastors, and a tremendous sense of possibility for Presbyterian congregations, even amid uncertainty and change.

Shelli takes heart and energy from the connectional nature of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and has shared her talents by participating in leadership as a planner, preacher and keynoter at Montreat, Massanetta Springs, NEXT Church, and a variety of Presbyteries. In 2018, she served as a commissioner to General Assembly, as a member of the Way Forward Committee. She earned her MDiv at Columbia Theological Seminary and a Master of Public Administration Degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Shelli is stirred with hope for OPSF’s mission to seek, develop, and support Christian leaders throughout the Presbyterian Church (USA). She looks forward to conversations, partnerships, and prayerful dreaming as OPSF draws near to God, churches, pastors, and denominational leaders in service of Christ and Christ’s church.