The Presbytery is governed by the Presbytery council which is comprised of Minister Members, both active and retired, Elder Commissioners elected by their respective congregations, and other Elders in leadership positions.  The Presbytery as a council gathers five times a year.  In the months when the council does not gather, the Presbytery Cabinet gathers and serves as the leadership for the Presbytery and may act on behalf of the council.  Much of the work of the Presbytery is divided between three commissions: Ministry, Admin and Outreach.  When needed, the Presbytery also has a Permanent Judicial Commission.  There are also three standing committees of the Presbytery: Polity, Representations/Nominations, and Docket.