CHURCH STAFF

Rev. Evan Harrison

Pastor

Reverend J. Evan Harrison pastors Pittsboro Presbyterian Church. Evan passionately fosters collaboration, connection and creative ways of being the church today. Rev. Harrison studied at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (B.A. Religious Studies and Philosophy) and at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (M.Div.).

Evan has seen congregations respond with new energy after discerning and poetically articulating their unique context and calling from God. Congregations he has served with less than 100 members have lived out the gospel in big ways through innovative programs such as “Prayer and a Biscuit” community breakfasts, weekly support for local teachers, a food pantry providing nearly 75,000 pounds of food annually to over 1,200 people in need, and a coffee ministry that continues to help a historic downtown congregation connect with the diverse pedestrians walking by it every Sunday.

Rev. Harrison has served his presbytery as the chair of Church Revitalization and Transformation, a presbytery certified Mission Transformation coach, and as the creator of the Sacred Stories video project. He has worked with people experiencing grief, homelessness, food-insecurity, hospice, HIV/Aids, marriage problems and has helped facilitate interfaith and multi-congregational efforts to bless their communities.

A native of Burlington, North Carolina, Rev. Harrison is happy to be home again in the Piedmont. Evan is married to his college sweetheart, Emily, and they have two beloved young children and two cats.  

Heather Gerni

Administrative Assistant

Alex Buob

Musician

Lindy Parr

Treasurer

SESSION (ELDERS)

As there were in Old Testament times elders for the government of the people, so the New Testament church provided persons with particular gifts to share in discernment of God’s Spirit and governance of God’s people. Accordingly, congregations should elect persons of wisdom and maturity of faith, having demonstrated skills in leadership and being compassionate in spirit. Ruling elders are so named not because they “lord it over” the congregation (Matt. 20:25), but because they are chosen by the congregation to discern and measure its fidelity to the Word of God, and to strengthen and nurture its faith and life. Ruling elders, together with ministers of the Word and Sacrament, exercise leadership, government, spiritual discernment, and discipline and have responsibilities for the life of a congregation as well as the whole church, including ecumenical relationships. When elected by the congregation, they shall serve faithfully as members of the session.     G 2.0301 Book of Order 2017-2019: The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Part II

Ellen Grand

2018-2020
Clerk of Session, Christian Education

thegrands4@gmail.com

Jose Morel

2019-2021
Mission & Service

JoMo0511@gmail.com

Pamela Prentice

2017-2019
Congregational Care

pkirkprentice@gmail.com

Don McNeill

2019-2021
Finance
Becky Peer
2018-2020
Assistant Treasurer, Worship, Personnel & Operations, Nominating

Andy Sessoms

2017-2019

Pittsboro Presbyterian Church

95 East Street
Pittsboro NC 27312
(919) 542-4702
office@pittsboropres.org

 

Office Hours

Monday and Wednesday 8:30am-4pm
Thursday 8:30am-3pm

 

Worship Service

Sunday 11am
Sunday School: 10am

 

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