From Rev. Dr. Holly Inglis Day 3 in Haiti- It's been a very full day beginning with a 3 mile hike in the mountains to a demonstration forest for Haiti Reforestation Project. We met so many Continue Reading..
Haiti Moment by Seth Keene Today has been filled with new experiences. We had the good Fortune of starting the day in Port au Prince with a phenomenal lesson at the national history museum. This Continue Reading..
Join us for this special event to Revive Civility. Palms will host Dr. Carolyn Lukensmeyer, Executive Director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse. Revive Civility empowers Americans to Continue Reading..
Shop for everyone on your gift list this holiday season at Palms Presbyterian Church via Amazon and they will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Palms Presbyterian Continue Reading..
Advent is the time to prepare for the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Beautiful poinsettias will once again adorn the sanctuary for Lessons & Carols on Sunday, December 10 through our Christmas Continue Reading..
Mark your calendars and join for the 2017-2018 Fine Arts Series Kickoff Concert on Friday, September 15 at 7:30pm featuring David LaMotte is a performing singer/songwriter and guitarist, with 11 CDs Continue Reading..
Palms Presbyterian is pleased to announce a new partnership with Mayport Elementary and BEAM (Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry). Mayport Elementary is a school at the very northern end of our Continue Reading..
Share your smile and voice at Palms! Volunteers are needed to cover the front desk reception area during the week. Please contact Doreen Boyd in the church office at 246-0594 x 229 if you’d like to Continue Reading..
One on One with Palms’ Stephen Minister Gayle Gallagher…Gayle says “My relationship with God has taken on new gravity as a result of Stephen Minister training. I am now keenly aware that help from the Continue Reading..
Five new Stephen Ministers graduated from training and were commissioned by our Palms congregation in February. Their journey took six months and 50 hours of classroom lectures and group experiences. Continue Reading..