About The Presbytery of South Alabama
The Presbytery of South Alabama Office and Resource Center is located at 1211 Main Street in Daphne, Alabama, and serves as the central location/office for this presbytery, which consists of 22 churches in south Alabama.
When you walk in the front door of the Presbytery Office you will most likely be greeted by Tammy Ladnier, Office Administrator for PSA. If you need help or information that about a church question, presbytery or presbytery committee business, quite often Tammy is just the person you need! If she doesn’t know the answer herself, she knows where to find someone who does!
The Resource Center is housed in the Presbytery of South Alabama building and you will notice resources the minute you walk in the front door! There is a vast collection of current books, resources, curriculum and equipment for the purposes of supporting and helping with various ministries of our churches as well as those individuals who are involved in congregations. Jenny Chapman is the Resource and Education Associate for the presbytery. She loves connecting churches and people with resources - because for Jenny - that means growing in the faith is bound to happen! Come by the office and meet with Jenny or she is more than happy to come to you or your church. Groups and committees are welcome to come spend some time in the Resource Center or the Conference room. These are YOUR resources and facilities - we encourage you to make great use of them!
Al Thompson is the Stated Clerk for the Presbytery of South Alabama. Al makes sure the work of the presbytery is done "decently and in order." If you have any questions feel free to contact Al.
Bonnie Johnston serves as the Bookkeeper for the Presbytery of South Alabama and Courtney Ladnier serves as Office Clerk.
There is a Conference Room in the building where most of our meetings take place. Church groups are welcome to use the Resource Center and/or the Conference room for gatherings or meetings. Just give us a call and we will put it on the calendar.