Wednesday, June 16, 2010


A long time ago, I created some geographic data showing presbytery boundaries and locations of congregations in the ARP. I never did anything with it after that. But, having now seen the wonderful work done by Sam DeSocio to make maps of presbytery boundaries in the PCA, I was inspired to do something with the data I had created a long time ago. So, here is a map showing boundaries of Presbyteries in the ARP, as well as locations of congregations in the ARP:

There are some definite geographic patterns that emerge, if you are interested in such things.

You can download a printable PDF of this map, here and a full-resolution JPEG here. I haven't converted these files to Google Earth files, yet, but if there is enough interest, I'd be glad to do so.


  1. Catawba is split in two?
    Maybe you could include the ARP Synod of Mexico.
    Don't forget that Northeast Presbytery extends to Osaka, Japan too!
    Overall, impressive!

  2. According to the Presbytery boundary definitions from the ARP site (, Catawba presbytery is split in two. Louisiana and Texas are in Catawba as well as several counties in South Carolina.