Partners

APA

The Mission of the Administrative Personnel Association is to offer opportunities for professional development and personal growth for those called by God to serve as support staff of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). We accomplish this by providing continuing education events for certification and occasions for fellowship, worship, spiritual nurture at National and Regional Conferences as well as seminar training events.

To visit the Southeast region website, click here.  To visit the National website, click here.

Camps and Conference Centers

Montgomery Conference Center

Located in the St. Augustine Presbytery. Montgomery Presbyterian Camp, Conference and Retreat Center located near Starke, Florida. Montgomery is the perfect place to hold conferences, retreats, meetings, reunions, company excursions and more. Montgomery also hosts Summer Camp programs for children of all ages.  Website

Bethelwoods Camp and Conference Center

Located in the Providence Presbytery; however, jointly owned/supported by Providence and Charleston-Atlantic Presbyteries,  Bethelwoods is a year-round camp and conference center. Our mission is to provide campers with a unique Christian opportunity for spiritual learning and growth in a natural setting with activities leading to responsible appreciation and use of all God’s creation and to deeper personal relationships with God and with one another.  Website

Cedarkirk Camp and Conference Center

Jointly owned/supported by Peace River and Tampa Bay Presbyteries, we strive to create a place free of distractions, where conversation around the dinner table, canoe trips on the river, and walks in the woods revive and feed your spirit.  Our facilities are used for retreats, meetings, conferences, leadership training, camping, outdoor experiences, and more.  We serve a variety of church related groups, family reunions, public and private schools, community service agencies, and non-profit organizations.  Website

Dogwood Acres

Dogwood Acres is a 501 acre camp developed and supported by the Presbytery of Florida. The property includes pristine forests, freshwater streams, abundant wildlife, three ponds, 8 miles of hiking trails, a lighted swimming pool, basketball, a beach-style volleyball court and 10 comfortable climate-controlled retreat cabins for up to 80 people.  Website

Fellowship Camp and Conference Center

Camp Fellowship, Trinity Presbytery’s Camp and Conference Center, was opened in 1948 for the first summer camp.  Since then, the camp has grown to include 133 acres of land with over a mile of waterfront on Lake Greenwood in Laurens County.  In 2010–2011, a renewed focus and emphasis on our Outdoor Ministries program is leading us to expand our mission and vision as we seek to connect our churches, our communities, and our people with God, Creation and each other.  As more than a summer camp, we’ve also embraced a new name for our expanded mission that honors the past while increasing our ability to offer more than “camp” programming.  Fellowship Camp was known as Outdoor Ministry of Fellowship and Conference Center. Website

Calvin Center

Owned by Greater Atlanta Presbytery, Calvin Center (previously known as Camp Calvin) opened its property in 1960 for two weeks of summer camp. Today placed on 548 acres in beautiful rural Georgia, Calvin Center is a year-round conference center offering a welcoming sanctuary for re-creation and Christian nurture.  Website