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Presbytery of the James













2016 Working Budget



















Proposed










2015 Budget

2016 Budget

Income:













Undesignated Support (POJ,Synod per Capita, and GA)

779,415.00

779,415.00

POJ Annual Budget




67,661.00

67,661.00

Per Capita ($.80 for Synod; $7.12 for GA)

18,655.00

18,655.00

Designated Giving to Validated Missions thru GA

59,155.00

59,155.00

General Assembly Extra Commitment Opportunities

0.00

0.00

Other Designated Mission - non GA

10,000.00

10,000.00

Checking Account Interest




25.00

25.00

Endowment -Church Dev/Redev Proj.

133,000.00

168,000.00

Transfer from POJ Reserves




20,000.00

15,000.00

Other Designated Income




25,600.00

68,500.00

Camp Hanover Income




537,000.00

537,000.00

TOTAL INCOME:




1,650,511.00

1,723,411.00

Synod and General Assembly










Synod Support







16,375.50

16,431.20

GA Support and Per Capita




213,521.38

205,392.68

Other Designated Gifts - non GA

10,000.00

10,000.00

(Outreach Fdn.,Frontier Fellowship, Union Sem.etc.)







Communication & Coordination Team










5102 · Communications

25,000.00

25,000.00




POJ Staff
















5104 · Salaries

175,623.46

280,623.46







salary increases for 2016 includes tax










5105 · Housing Allowances

43,500.00

43,500.00







5106 · Payroll Taxes

15,232.95

15,232.95







5107 · Auto expense-Gen Pres

3,000.00

3,000.00







5110 · Pension/medical expense

58,365.45

58,365.45







5117 · Staff Professional Expenses

300.00

300.00







5117-1 - Professional Exp. - Rhyne

2,000.00

2,000.00







5118 · Medical Reimbursement

6,000.00

6,000.00




Total POJ Staff

304,021.86

409,021.86




5120 · Presbytery Meeting Expenses

750.00

750.00




5271 - Land Purchases for New Church Develop.

53,000.00

53,000.00




Presbytery Office Expense













5504 - Utilities

10,900.00

10,900.00







5502 · Insurance

6,200.00

6,200.00







5505 · Office supplies

3,500.00

3,500.00







5506 · Postage

2,500.00

2,500.00







5507 · Telephone

2,500.00

3,800.00







5508 - Grounds/Building Maintenance

7,226.00

7,600.00







5552 - Remote Bank Fees

480.00

480.00







5511 · Audit

16,600.00

9,900.00







5512 · Payroll expense

700.00

700.00




Total Presbytery Office Expense

50,606.00

45,580.00




5540 · General Presbyter Expenses

750.00

500.00




5560 · Communication & Coordination Admin. Expenses

850.00

500.00




5530 - Capital Replacement Transfer Expense

10,000.00

10,000.00

Total C & C Team




444,977.86

544,351.86

Committee on Ministry




5,500.00

4,000.00

Committee on Preparation for Ministry

25,100.00

26,228.00

Nominations Committee

8,000.00

5,500.00

Total Constitutional Committees

483,577.86

580,079.86

PURPOSE GROUPS:










Leadership Team










Administrative Expenses for Team

300.00

300.00

Black Caucus




3,500.00

3,500.00

Camp Hanover subsidy

130,000.00

156,500.00

Christian Education




650.00

2,650.00

Collegiate Ministries




87,000.00

87,000.00

Older Adult




3,600.00

4,000.00

Presbyterian Women




3,000.00

3,000.00

Resource Center




3,825.00

3,825.00

Small Church




2,600.00

2,380.00

Small Church Summer Intern

7,000.00

12,250.00

SPIM







5,000.00

5,000.00

Stewardship




0.00

2,000.00

Total Leadership Team

246,475.00

282,405.00

Mission and Service Team







Administrative Expenses for Team

300.00

300.00

First Things First




2,000.00

2,000.00

Haiti







15,000.00

16,000.00

Evangelism and Church Growth

80,000.00

115,000.00

Public Policy




9,000.00

11,000.00

World Mission




9,500.00

9,500.00

Hunger







700.00

700.00

Total Mssion and Service Team

116,500.00

154,500.00

Camp Hanover Expenses net of subsidy

537,000.00

537,000.00

TOTAL EXPENSES




1,623,449.74

1,785,808.74

TOTAL NET INCOME:




27,061.26

-62,397.74

A P P L I C A T I O N

Haiti Partnership Trip of Presbytery of the James

February 18-25, 2016


Name
Phone___________________ Email
Age___________ Church
1. Do you have a current passport? Yes_____ No______
2. Describe your current and past leadership in your local church (and in Presbytery of the James.)

3. Have you ever traveled to Haiti or similar countries? _______ When?

Under what circumstances? (e.g. church mission, tourist, government assignment)

4. Describe your experience with mission in partnership within your community or within the larger church.


5. Describe your health and health limitations. How do you see yourself with the challenges of heat, humidity, long days of travel, hiking, walking, listening, and outdoor latrines?


6. Describe your faith and how you understand God’s mission.

7. What motivates you to go on this particular trip?


8. How do you expect to share what you have learned and experienced upon your return?

9. Can you commit to attending the 3 orientation sessions?______________
10. Can you commit to the pre-trip required reading ahead of time? This includes Toxic Charity (Robert Lupton), and a choice of Haiti after the Earthquake (Paul Famer) or Haiti: The Aftershocks of History

(Laurent Dubois).

11. Can you or your church commit to providing a portion of the trip costs, up to $750.
12. Can you commit to speaking to others beyond your local church? _________
13. Does your church support Presbyterian Church (USA) mission personnel?_________ Would your church’s session be to supporting Cindy Corell?

14. Name and phone number of someone in your church who could be a reference.





1 Following G-2.0503, we designate three categories of teaching elder: Validated, Member at Large, and Honorably Retired; we discontinue “Active” and “Active-HR.”

2 Includes Brittany Tamminga, Marie Adam, Michelle Owens, and John Vest as Validated. Does not include Robert Azzarito, Tony Tien-Ren Lin, Greg Wood, or Sandra Shaner.

3 Virginia Bairby (Kentucky), Fernando Cascante (Florida), Joshua Choi (California), Stephen Cobb (Disability), Douglas Fenton (Disability), Douglas Hicks (New York), Mary Johns (Staunton) , Inock Kim (Korea), Arnold Lovell (North Carolina), Chad McCain (Japan), Phillip Thetford (Disability), Christopher Thomas (Washington).

4 Tim Williams (Leadership Connections Team), Greg Govan (COM).

5 Charles McRaven.

6 Gloria Cauthorn, Carol Dunlap, Marian English, Barbara Flynt, Marcia Hale, Bruce Harvey, Marilyn Johns, Ann Knox, Leigh Anne Ring, Daniel Wiard.

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