South Jacksonville Presbyterian Church is an urban congregation located in San Marco Square in Jacksonville, Florida. Our congregation’s rich history began in 1913 in the small Florida town of South Jacksonville. SJPC is a place of love and inspiration in the twenty-first Century and has a dynamic future. SJPC has been a longtime partner for over 25 years. Words cannot express how grateful we are for their continued support.
A diverse and energetic church centered around community. Here you can experience dynamic Sunday morning worship, whether you prefer traditional or contemporary services, connect with other believers through one of our many fellowship groups, grow in your knowledge and faith through Sunday School classes or small group Bible Study and serve the Lord and others in our community through one of our many mission programs. Whoever you are, wherever you are in life, you are welcome here! We look forward to getting to know you.
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Human Resources. It’s not just one thing we do – it’s the only thing we do. Since 1993, Dynamic Corporate Solutions, Inc. (DCSI) provides industry-leading human resources consulting services and support to organizations of all shapes and sizes from start-ups and non-profits to Fortune 500 and global companies.
As part of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Presbyteries exist “to help congregations and the church as a whole to be more faithful participants in the mission of Christ". This presbytery (church council) consists of and serves 58 Presbyterian churches and their members in Florida’s northeast and north-central regions. Some are large, and some are small, but all are places to experience the joy of Christian fellowship as we hear God’s Word, celebrate the sacraments, and respond to Christ’s call to discipleship.
The word reconciliation may sound like a theological term but it is also grounded in economics. To “reconcile the books” means to balance them, to square them. It means to bring all the factors back together in balance. The same is true with what God has done for us in Christ - “all this is from God who ‘reconciled’ us to himself.” Now that we are reconciled with God, our ministry, our mission, our purpose is to become people who work toward reconciliation with our neighbors and even within ourselves. In this world, there are a gazillion places that need reconciling -- like politics, guilt, shame, conflict, division, tribalism, regret, violence, grief, forgiveness -- the list is legion.