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PCA Presbyteries
There are at present 83 presbyteries, or regional divisions, within the PCA, the most recent being Tidewater Presbytery (83rd), formed by division of the James River Presbytery in January of 2014.
Dissolution and/or merger of older Presbyteries accounts for the numbering discrepancy. See the end of this page for a listing of dissolved or merged Presbyteries.

Links are provided below for those presbyteries which have web sites. The parenthetical number after the Presbytery name indicates the chronological sequence in which that presbytery was organized by the General Assembly.

For the current calendar of scheduled presbytery meetings, click here.


[last updated 5 August 2014]

Ascension Presbytery (19th)
Organized 29 July 1975, divided upon formation of Pittsburgh Presbytery, 1 January 1993 and then further divided by redrawing of New York State, 07/01/02.
Boundaries: All of Pennsylvania north and west of and including the counties of McLean, Elk, Clearfield, Jefferson, Armstrong, Butler and Beaver.
Blue Ridge Presbytery (65th)
Organized 1 September 2002, formed from churches ceded by New River, James River and Potomac Presbyteries, per Overture 22, M30GA.
Boundaries:
All churches and missions in Virginia, bounded on the north and east and including the counties (and contained independent cities) of Frederick, Clarke, Warren, Rappannock, Culpeper, Orange, Louisa, Fluvanna, Albemarle, Nelson, Appomattox, Campbell, and Pittsylvania and bounded on the west and including the counties of Giles, Pulaski, and Carroll (east of I-77).
Calvary Presbytery (8th)
Organized
1 July 1973, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA; divided by formation of Palmetto Presbytery on 1 Jan. 1984 and further divided by formation of Fellowship, 1 July 1994.
Boundaries: All of South Carolina west of and including the counties of Edgefield, Saluda, Newberry, Laurens and Cherokee, excluding that part of Cherokee county south of I-85 and east of the Broad River and that section south and east of State Routes 211 and 105.
Catawba Valley Presbytery (81st)
Organized 1 July 2011
Boundaries: The following counties of North Carolina: Alexander, Cabarrus, Catawba, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Mecklenburg south of Interstate 85, and Rowan.Formed from Central Carolina & Western Carolina Presbyteries
Central Carolina Presbytery (21st)
Organized 28 October 1978, formed by division of Carolina Presbytery.
Boundaries:
The following counties of North Carolina: Anson, Cumberland, Hoke, Lee, Mecklenburg south of Interstate 85, Montgomery, Moore, Richmond, Robeson, Scotland, Stanly, and Union.
Central Florida Presbytery (20th)
Organized
15 October 1977, formed by division from Southern Florida Presbytery.
Boundaries:
The following counties of Florida: Marion, Levy, Citrus, Hernando, Pasco, Sumter, Lake, Volusia, Seminole, Orange, Osceola and Brevard.
Central Georgia Presbytery (4th)
Organized 30 May 1973, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA
Boundaries:
All of Georgia south of and including the following counties: Harris, Talbot, Upson, Lamar, Butts, Jasper, Morgan, Greene, and Hancock counties; and west of the following counties: Washington, Johnson, Laurens, Wheeler, Telfair, Coffee, Atkinson, Clinch and Echols.
Central Indiana Presbytery (80th)
Organized 1 July 2010, formed from Ohio Valley Presbytery
Boundaries: The following Indiana counties: south of and including Newton, Benton, White, cass, Miami, Grant, Blackford, and Jay; north and east of and including Vermillioin, Parke, Putnam, Morgan, Monroe, Lawrence, Orange, Crawford, and Perry; excluding Dearborn, Ohio, Switzerland, Jefferson, Scott, Clark, Floyd, Washington, and Harrison.
Chesapeake Presbytery (63rd)
Organized 1 January 2002, created by division of Potomac Presbytery
Boundaries:
In Maryland, the city of Baltimore and the counties of Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, Anne Arundel and Howard, excluding that area of Howard County west of US Route 29, south of MD Route 216, and east of MD Route 108; and Kent Island in Queen Anne's County.
Chicago Metro Presbytery (70th)
Organized
1 July 2005, formed by division from the Presbytery of Northern Illinois.
Boundaries:
In Illinois, the counties of Cook, Dupage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will; and also Lake County in Indiana..
Covenant Presbytery (7th)
Organized 18 June 1973, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA.
Boundaries:
All of the counties of Arkansas; all of Tennessee west of the Tennessee River (between Pickwick Lake and Kentucky Lake), and all of Mississippi north of and including the following counties: Washington, Sunflower, Leflore, Carroll, Choctaw, Oktibbeha and Lowndes. In June of 2006, the Missouri counties of Jasper, McDonald and Newton were added to the bounds of Covenant Presbytery.
Eastern Canada Presbytery (27th)
Organized 14 June 1982
, formed upon the reception of the RPCES.
Boundaries: All of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and that part of Ontario south of the 45th parallel and west of the 77th meridian.
Eastern Carolina Presbytery (22nd)
Organized
28 October 1978, formed by division of Carolina Presbytery.
Boundaries:
All of North Carolina east of and including the following counties: Person, Orange, Chatham, Harnett, Johnston, Sampson, Bladen and Columbus.
Eastern Pennsylvania Presbytery (73rd)
Organized 1 January 2006, c
reated by division of Philadelphia Presbytery.
Boundaries: The counties of Susquehanna, Wayne, Pike, Monroe, Wyoming, Luzerne, Carbon, Lehigh, Northampton, Bucks, and Montgomery (north of Germantown Pike and east of I-476, excluding Cheltenham and Abington Townships.
Evangel Presbytery (12th) - [map of churches]
Organized 5 August 1973, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA.
Boundaries:
The Alabama counties of Lamar, Fayette, Walker, Jefferson, Shelby, Talladega, Clay, Randolph, Cleburne, Calhoun, Etowah, St. Clair, and Blount.
Fellowship (55th)
Organized 1 July 1994, f
ormed by division from Calvary Presbytery.
Boundaries: South Carolina counties of Chester, York, Union, Lancaster, and that part of Cherokee County south of I-85, and east of the Broad River and that section south and east of State Route 211 and 105.

Georgia Foothills Presbytery (76th) - [map of churches]
Organized 1 July 2006,
formed by division from North Georgia Presbytery.
Boundaries: Gwinnett and Walton counties north of US Highway 78 and east of the Chattahoochee River, and all of Hall, Barrow, Jackson, Clarke, Oconee, Habersham, and Union counties; also the counties of Oglethorpe, Elbert, Madison, Hart, Franklin, Banks, White, Stephens, Rabun, and Towns.

Grace Presbytery (9th)
Organized 17 July 1973,
and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA.
Boundaries: All of Mississippi south of and including the following counties: Claiborne, Copiah, Simpson, Smith, Jasper, and Clarke.
Great Lakes Presbytery (28th) [link is to an unofficial site]
Organized 14 June 1982, formed upon the reception of the RPCES.
Boundaries:
All of the state of Michigan; Indiana counties north and east of and including the counties of Porter, Jasper, Pulaski, Fulton, Wabash, Huntington, Wells, and Adams.
Gulf Coast Presbytery (2nd)
Organized 10 April 1973
, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA.
Boundaries: Mobile, Baldwin and Escambia (west of SR 113 and CR 17) counties of Alabama; all of Florida west of and including the counties of Madison and Taylor.
Gulf Stream Presbytery (69th)
Organized 1 January 2005
Boundaries:
The Florida counties of Palm Beach, Martin, Okeechobee, Indian River, and St. Lucie.
Heartland Presbytery (45th)
Organized 1 January 1989, formed by division from Siouxlands Presbytery, per Overture 14, M16GA, p. 61.
Boundaries: All of Kansas, with the northwest Missouri counties of: Atchinson, Nodaway, Worth, Harrison, Gentry, Holt, Andrew, DeKalb, Daviess, Buchanan, Clinton, Caldwell, Platte, Clay, Ray, Jackson, Lafayette, Cass, and Johnson.
Heritage Presbytery (26th)
Organized 14 June 1982, r
eorganized 1 January 1990 and successor to Delmarva Presbytery; a portion of Heritage was ceded to Philadelphia Metro West Presbytery on 1 January 2006 .
Boundaries: In Virginia, all the Delmarva peninsula east of the Susquehanna River, except Kent Island, and including Accomac and Northampton counties. In Pennsylvania, all of Chester county east of Route 41 plus the townships of Elk, New London, Franklin, London, Britain and New Garden, west of 41, and Delaware county west of Ridley creek.
Houston Metro Presbytery (66th)
Organized 1 January 2004
Boundaries: All of the area south of and including the following Texas counties: Leon, Houston, Angelina, Nacogdoches, San Augustine and Sabine and the area east of and including the following Texas counties: Leon, Madison, Walker, Montgomery, Waller, Austin, Colorado, Wharton and Matagorda.
Illiana Presbytery (29th)
Organized 14 June 1982, originally an RPCES Presbytery, formed in 1974 and brought into the PCA with the J&R.
Boundaries: All of Illinois south of and including the counties of Pike, Morgan, Sangamon, Christian, Shelby, Moultrie, Douglas and Edgar; all of Indiana south and west of and including the counties of Vigo, Clay, Owen, Greene, Martin, Dubois, and Spencer; and the following counties in Kentucky: Hancock, Daviess, Henderson, and Union.
Iowa Presbytery (64th)
Organized 1 January 2002
, formed from division of Heartland Presbytery, per Overture 5, M29GA, p. 165
Boundaries: All of the state of Iowa, except Pottawattamie County.
James River Presbytery (13th)
Organized 30 October 1973, (Originally Mid-Atlantic Presbytery, 30 October 1973 to 10 September 1982; then renamed James River) upon division of Mid-Atlantic into Delmarva & James River Presbyteries.
Boundaries: All of Virginia south and east of and including the following counties (except for the counties of Accomac and Northampton on the Eastern Shore): Northumberland, Westmoreland, King George, Stafford, Spotsylvania, Hanover, Goochland, Cumberland, Amelia, Nottoway, and Brunswick.  Also, in North Carolina, the counties of Currituck, Camden, Perquimans, Pasquotank, Chowan, Gates, Hertford, Bertie, and the area of Dare County east of Grotan Sound and north of Oregon Inlet.  
Original provision for the first Korean Language Presbytery was made in 1982.
See Minutes of the Tenth General Assembly, 10-66, 24.b., pp. 92-93; see also 10-77, p. 107.
Korean Capital Presbytery (51st)
Organized 5 October 1992, formed by division of Korean Southeast, per Overture 9, M20GA, p. 72.
Boundaries: All of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia including Washington, D. C.
Korean Central Presbytery (41st)
Organized 25 June 1986
Boundaries: All of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, North Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota.
Korean Eastern Presbytery (36th)
17 June 1982
Boundaries:
All of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
Korean Northeastern Presbytery (82nd)
Organized 7 February 2012 by division of Korean Eastern Presbytery.
Boundaries: All of New York and the New England states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Korean Northwest Presbytery (52nd)
Organized 13 October 1992
Boundaries: All of the California counties north of and including San Louis Obispo, Kings, Tulare, Fresno and Mono.
Korean Southeastern Presbytery (42nd)
Organized 25 June 1986; Mother presbytery to Korean Capital
Boundaries: All of North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Florida.
Korean Southern Presbytery (44th)
Organized 10 June 1988
Boundaries:
All of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas.
Korean Southwest Presbytery (37th)
Organized 17 June 1983
Boundaries: All of the California counties south of and including Inyo, Kern and Santa Barbara.
Metro Atlanta Presbytery (5th)
Organized 1 January 2007[continuation of North Georgia Presbytery, one of the 16 founding PCA presbyteries]; [see also Georgia Foothills Presbytery]
Created by division of North Georgia Presbytery
Boundaries
: The Georgia counties of Dekalb, Fulton, Clayton, Cobb
(east of I-75), Dawson, Lumpkin, Coweta, Spalding, Troup, Merriweather, Pike, Fayette, Forsythe, Clayton, Rockdale, Spaulding, Newton, Henry, and Gwinnett south of 78 and west of the Chattahoochee River.
Metropolitan New York Presbytery (57th)
Organized 16 July 1997, formed from churches derived from both Northeast and New Jersey Presbyteries.
Boundaries: The counties of New York State in the metropolitan area including Rockland, Westchester, Staten Island, and Long Island; all of New Jersey north of and including Middlesex and Mercer counties; and the Connecticut panhandle county of Fairfield west of and excluding Norwalk and New Canaan, CT.
Mississippi Valley Presbytery (10th)
Organized 19 July 1973, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA.
Boundaries: The following counties of Mississippi: Issaquena, Sharkey, Humphreys, Holmes, Montgomery, Attalla, Winston, Noxubee, Yazoo, Madison, Leake, Neshoba, Kemper, Warren, Hinds, Rankin, Scott, Newton and Lauderdale. In northeast Louisiana the following parishes: Union, Morehouse, West Carroll, East Carroll, Lincoln, Ouachita, Richland, Madison, Jackson, Winn, Caldwell, Franklin, Tensas, Grant, La Salle, Catahoula, and Concordia.
Missouri Presbytery (34th)
Organized 14 June 1982, formed upon the reception of the RPCES
Boundaries: All of Missouri excluding the northwest counties of: Atchinson, Nodaway, Worth, Harrison, Daviess, Gentry, Andrew, Holt, DeKalb, Buchanan, Clinton, Caldwell, Ray, Clay, Platte, Jackson, Lafayette, Johnson and Cass; and further excluding the Missouri counties of Jasper, McDonald, and Newton.
Nashville Presbytery (56th)
Organized 9 July 1994, formed by division from Tennessee Valley Presbytery.
Boundaries:
All of Kentucky south and west of and including the counties of Crittenden, Webster, McLean, Ohio, Grayson, Hart, Green, Adair, Russell and Wayne; all of Tennessee east of the Tennessee River (between Pickwick Lake and Kentucky Lake) to the eastern borders of the counties of Clay, Overton, Putnam, White, Van Buren, Grundy and Franklin.
New Jersey Presbytery (30th)
Organized 14 June 1982, formed upon the reception of the RPCES
Boundaries: All of New Jersey, south of and including Burlington and Monmouth counties.
New River Presbytery (17th)
Organized 22 June 1974
, formed from churches ceded by Westminster & Vanguard Presbyteries, together with several unaligned churches.
Boundaries: All of West Virginia except for the counties of Morgan, Berkeley and Jefferson.
New York State Presbytery (59th)
Organized 15 September 2000. Northeast Presbytery [14 June 1982] was dissolved to form 3 new presbyteries, including New York State Presbytry.
Boundaries: All of New York State except those churches belonging to Metropolitan New York Presbytery.
North Florida Presbytery (58th)a
Organized 17 October 1998, formed by division from Central Florida Presbytery.
Boundaries:
The following counties of Florida: Hamilton, Suwanee, Lafayette, Dixie, Columbia, Baker, Union, Alachua, Gilchrist, Nassua, Duval, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, St. Johns, and Flagler; and northeast Marion County to include the town of McIntosh.
North Texas Presbytery (11th)
Organized 31 July 1973. Texas date carried over to North Texas 1 January 1985
Boundaries:
The area of Texas north of and including the counties of Brewster, Terrell, Crocket, Schleicher, Menard, McCulloch, San Saba, Lampasas, Bell, Falls, Limestone, Freestone, Anderson, Cherokee, Rusk and Shelby, but excluding the counties of El Paso, Hudspeth, Culberson, Jeff Davis and Presidio; all of Oklahoma; the northwest Louisiana parishes of Caddo, bossier, Webster, Claiborne, De Soto, Red River, Bienville, Sabine, and Natchitoches.
Northern California Presbytery (47th)
Organized 27 October 1989
, formed by division of Pacific Presbytery, per Overture 21, M17GA, p. 97.
Boundaries: All of the California counties north of and including the counties of San Luis Obispo, Kings, Tulare, Fresno, and Mono; the Nevada counties of Douglas, Lyon, Carson City, and Storey; the state of Hawaii; the state of Utah.
Northern Illinois Presbytery (35th)
Organized 17 June 1982, formed upon the reception of the RPCES [cf. M10GA, pp. 90-91]; the Presbyteries of Chicago Metro and Wisconsin were created by division on 1 July 2005.
Boundaries: The state of Illinois north of and including the counties of Adams, Brown, Cass, Menard, Logan, Macon, Pratt, Champaign, and Vermilion, but not including the counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, lake, McHenry, and Will.
Northern New England Presbytery (31st)
Organized 15 September 2000.
Northeast Presbytery [14 June 1982] dissolved to form 3 new presbyteries, including Northern New England
Boundaries: All of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Northwest Georgia Presbytery (75th)
Organized 1 July 2006
Boundaries:
Bounded roughly by the I-75 and I-575 interstate corridor on the east, the Alabama state line on the west, I-20 on the south, and Tennessee Valley Presbytery on the north; includes the Georgia counties of Bartow, Carroll, Chattooga, Cherokee, Cobb, Douglas, Fannin, Floyd, Gilmer, Gordon, Paulding, Haralson, and Polk.
Ohio Presbytery (79th)
Organized 1 January 2010 comprising churches formerly in the Great Lakes and Ascension Presbyteries.
Boundaries: All of Ohio north and east of and including the counties of Mercer, Shelby, Logan, Union, Madison, Pickaway, Hocking, Vinton, and Meigs, and north, west, and south of but not including the counties of Columbiana, Carroll, Tuscarawas, Guernsey, Noble, and Monroe.
Ohio Valley Presbytery (62nd)
Organized 20 June 2001, f
ormed by division from Great Lakes Presbytery, as per Overture 22, M29GA, p. 167;
Boundaries:
The counties of Ohio south and west of but not including Mercer, Shelby, Logan, Union, Madison, Pickaway, Hocking, Vinton, and Meigs; all of Kentucky north and east of and including the counties of Breckinridge, Hardin, Larue, Taylor, Casey, Pulaski, and McCreary; and the Indiana counties of Dearborn, Ohio, Switzerland, Jefferson, Scott, Clark, Floyd, Washington, and Harrison.
Pacific Presbytery (16th)
Organized 26 February 1974, d
ivided by formation of South Coast and Northern California Presbyteries, per Overture 21, M17GA, p. 97.
Boundaries: The California counties of Inyo, Kern, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles and San Bernardino; and Clark county, Nevada.
Pacific Northwest Presbytery (33rd)
Organized 14 June 1982
, formed upon the reception of the RPCES; ceded territory 1 January 2006 to create Western Canada Presbytery.
Boundaries: The states of Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho in their entirety.
Palmetto Presbytery (38th)
Organized 1 January 1984, formed by division from Calvary Presbytery.
Boundaries:
All of South Carolina south and east of and including the counties of Aiken, Lexington, Richland, Fairfield, Kershaw, and Chesterfield.
Philadelphia Presbytery (24th)
Organized 19 September 1980. Began as Philadelphia Presbytery, formed from churches ceded by Mid-Atlantic Pby; divided on 1 January 2006 to create Philadelphia City, Eastern PA and Philadelphia Metro West Presbyteries.
Boundaries: Eastern Pennsylvania east of and including the counties of Susquehanna, Wyoming, Luzerne, Carbon, Lehigh, Montgomery, and Chester County west of Route 41..
Philadelphia Metro West Presbytery (74th) [map of churches]
Organized 1 January 2006, c
reated by division of Philadelphia Presbytery
Boundaries: All of Delaware County; Chester County northeast of Route 41, excluding the townships of Birmingham, Pennsbury, East and West Marlborough, New Garden, London Grove, Kennett, and Kennett Square Borough; and all of Montgomery County west of I-476, as well as that portion east of I-476 but south of Germantown Pike.
Piedmont Triad Presbytery (61st)
Organized 20 June 2001, formed by division from Central Carolina Presbytery, as per M29GA, pg 166.
Boundaries: The following counties of North Carolina: Ashe, Alleghany, Surry, Yadkin, Davie, Davidson, Stokes, Forsyth, Rockingham, Guilford, Randolph, Caswell, Alamance and Wilkes.
Pittsburgh Presbytery (54th)
Organized 1 January 1993, formed by division from Ascension Presbytery, per Overture 24, M20GA, p. 75.
Boundaries: All of Ohio east and south of and including the counties of Columbiana, Carroll, Tuscarawas, Guernsey, Noble and Monroe; Garrett and Allegany counties in Maryland; and western Pennsylvania south and west of and including the counties of Washington, Alleghany, Westmoreland, Indiana, Cambria, Blair and Bedford.
Platte Valley Presbytery (77th)
Organized 1 January 2008, f
ormed by division from Heartland Presbytery
Boundaries: The state of Nebraska and Pottawattamie County, Iowa.
Potomac Presbytery (48th)
Organized 1 January 1990,
formed 1 January 2002 out of the original boundaries of Potomac Presbytery
Boundaries: The following Maryland counties, together with the cities contained in their borders: Calvert, Charles, Frederick, Montgomery, Prince George's, Saint Mary's, Washington, and that portion of Howard County west of US Highway 29, south of SR 216, and east of SR 108; the following Virginia counties, together with the cities contained in their borders: Arlington, Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, and Prince William; Washington, D.C.; the following West Virginia counties, together with the cities contained in their borders: Berkley, Jefferson, and Morgan.
Providence Presbytery (78th)
Organized 1 January 2009, formed by division of Evangel Presbytery
Boundaries: The Alabama counties of Lauderdale, Limestone, Madison, Jackson, Cherokee, Dekalb, Marshall, Morgan, Lawrence, Colbert, Franklin, Marion, Winston, and Cullman.
Rocky Mountain Presbytery(50th)
Organized 1 September 1991, formed by division from Southwest Presbytery.
Boundaries:
The states of Colorado and Wyoming.
Savannah River Presbytery (67th)
Organized 1 January 2004
Boundaries: All of Georgia south of and including the following counties: Taliaferro, Wilkes and Lincoln; and east of Greene, Hancock, Washington, Johnson, Laurens, Wheeler, Telfair, Coffee, Atkinson, Clinch and Echols.
Siouxlands Presbytery (25th)
Organized 15 June 1981, and originally formed from churches leaving the Synod of the West (UPCUSA)
Boundaries: The States of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
South Coast Presbytery (46th)
Organized 29 September 1989
, formed by division of Pacific Presbytery, per Overture 21, M17GA, p. 97.
Boundaries: The California counties of San Diego, Imperial, Riverside, and Orange.
South Florida Presbytery (6th)
Organized 4 June 1973. Originally Gold Coast Presbytery.
Boundaries: The following Florida counties: Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe, and the Cayman Islands.
South Texas Presbytery (39th)
Organized 1 January 1985, formed by the division of Texas Presbytery
Boundaries:
The area of south of and including or bounded by the following Texas counties: Val Verde, Sutton, Kimble, Mason, Llano, Burnet, Williamson, Milam, Robertson, Brazos, Grimes, Washington, Fayette, Lavaca, Jackson and Calhoun.
Southeast Alabama Presbytery (40th)
Organized 1 January 1985, formed by division of Evangel Presbytery, per Overture 21, M12GA, p. 64.
Boundaries:
The area south and east of and including the counties of Chambers, Talapoosa, Coosa, Chilton, Autauga, Lowndes, Butler, Monroe and Escambia (east of SR 113 and CR 17).
Southeast Louisiana Presbytery (53rd)
Organized 31 December 1992, formed by division of Louisiana Presbytery, per Overture 13, M20GA, p. 73.
Boundaries: All of the Louisiana parishes south and east of and including Vernon, Rapides, Avoyelles, and Pointe Coupee.
Southern New England Presbytery (60th)
Organized 15 September 2000. Northeast Presbytery [14 June 1982] dissolved to form 3 new presbyteries, including Southern New England.
Boundaries: All of Massachusetts and Rhode Island and that portion of Connecticut not included in Metro NewYork Presbytery.
Southwest Presbytery (23rd)
Organized 18 July 1980, erected by the 8th General Assembly.
Boundaries:
The States of Arizona, New Mexico; and west Texas, west ofand including Culberson, Jeff Davis and Presidio counties.
Southwest Florida Presbytery (49th)
Organized 1 July 1990, formed from churches ceded by Southern Florida and Central Florida Presbyteries.
Boundaries:
The following Florida counties: Pinellas, Hillsborough, Polk, Highlands, Hardee, Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, and that portion of Charlotte north of the Peace River, and Glades.
Suncoast Florida Presbytery (68th)
Organized 1 July 2004
Boundaries:
The Florida counties of Lee, Collier, Hendry, and that portion of Charlotte south of the Peace River.
Susquehanna Valley Presbytery (43rd)
Organized 1 January 1985, erected by the 12th General Assembly.
Boundaries: The following counties of Pennsylvania: Centre, Clinton, Lycoming, Union, Northumberland, Montour, Columbia, Schuylkill, Berks, Lebanon, Dauphin, Snyder, Juniata, Perry, Cumberland, Mifflin, Huntingdon, Fulton, Franklin, Adams, York, Lancaster, and all that part of Chester County west of Route 41 except the townships of Elk, New London, Franklin, London, Britain and New Garden.
Tennessee Valley Presbytery (14th)
Organized 15 January 1974, and o
One of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA; divided by formation of Nashville Presbytery, 9 July 1994
Boundaries: All of Tennessee from the western boundaries of the counties of Pickett, Fentress, Cumberland, Bledsoe, Sequatchie and Marion to the eastern borders of the counties of Claiborne, Grainger, Hamblen, Jefferson, and Sevier; and five counties in Georgia: Dade, Walker, Whitfield, Catoosa and Murray.
Tidewater Presbytery (83rd)
Organized 1 January 2014, by division of James River Presbytery
Boundaries: The southeastern counties and cities of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the northeastern counties of the State of North Carolina, including (from Virginia) the counties of Surry, Southampton, James City, York, Gloucester, Mathews, Isle of Wright, and the cities of Williamsburg, Suffolk, Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfollk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, and Franklin, and (from North Carolina) the counties of Currituck, Camden, Perquimans, Pasquotank, Chowan, Gates, Hertford, Bertie and the area of Dare County east of Croatan Sound and North of Oregon Inlet.
Warrior Presbytery (1st)
Organized 13 February 1973, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA.
Boundaries: The following counties of Alabama: Pickens, Tuscaloosa, Greene, Hale, Bibb, Sumter, Perry, Choctaw, Marengo, Dallas, Wilcox, Washington, and Clarke.
Western Canada Presbytery (72nd)
Organized 1 January 2006, created by division out of the Pacific Northwest Presbytery.
Boundaries: All of the area within the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia; the Northwest Territories; and the Yukon Territory.
Western Carolina Presbytery (15th)
Organized 22 January 1974, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA.
Boundaries:
All of North Carolina west of and including counties of Wautauga, Caldwell, Burke, and Rutherford; and Cocke County, Tennesee.
Westminster Presbytery (3rd)
Organized 10 April 1973, and o
ne of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA.
Boundaries: All of Virginia west of and including counties of Buchanan, Tazewell, Bland, and that portion of Carroll county west of I-77; the following counties of Tennessee: Hancock, Hawkins, Greene, Washington, Sullivan, Carter, Unicoi and Johnson.
Wisconsin Presbytery (71st)
Organized 1 July 2005, formed by division from the Presbytery of Northern Illinois
Boundaries: All counties within the state limits of Wisconsin.


Dissolved or Merged Presbyteries
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Presbytery Date Organized Brief History Notations
Vanguard Presbytery
7 September 1972, and the first of the 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA; merged into Tennessee Valley Presbytery on 8 Aprl 1977.
Carolina Presbytery
16 February 1974, divided into Eastern & Central Carolina Presbyteries,per Overture 23, M6GA, p. 77.
Delmarva Presbytery
14 June 1982, divided into Potomac and Heritage Presbyteries, per Overture 36, M17GA (1989),
p. 98.
Gold Coast Presbytery
26 July 1973, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA, formed primarily from churches that had been in the Everglades Presbytery of the PCUS; renamed Southern Florida Presbytery in 1974.
Louisiana (18th)
7 February 1975
Boundaries:
All of the Louisiana parishes north and west of and including Avoyelles, St. Lane Dry, St. Martin and St. Mary and the following counties of Arkansas: Miller, Lafayette, Columbia and Union.Divided by formation of Southeast Louisiana 31 December 1992. This Presbytery is now dissolved.
Mid-America Presbytery (32nd)
14 June 1982, dissolved 1 July 2001 and merged into North Texas Presbytery.
Mid-Atlantic Presbytery
30 October 1973, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA; dissolved in 1982 at reception of RPCES, with division of its churches to form Delmarva and James River Presbyteries.
North Georgia Presbytery 4 August 1973 Dissolved 1 January 2007 by division into the Metro Atlanta and Georgia Foothills Presbyteries. Metro Atlanta Presbytery is officially the continuation of North Georgia Pby
Northeast Presbytery
14 June 1982, then dissolved 15 September 2000 to form 3 new presbyteries: Northern New England (retains #31), Southern New England and New York State.
Texas Presbytery
11 August 1973, and one of 16 founding presbyteries of the PCA; dissolved 1 January 1985 to form North Texas and South Texas Presbyteries