In step with the precepts of the Presbyterian Church (USA), Knox Presbyterian Church is led by a Session of (ruling) Elders, with additional support from a Board of Deacons. However, driven by the inexorable fiscal realities typically associated with small congregations, and working closely with the Presbytery of the Inland Northwest, Knox has recently embraced a significantly different organizational and operational model that is non pastor-centric. This model is called Shared Ministry. It is new to the Presbytery, and thus is a work in progress.
The Shared Ministry organizational paradigm is congregation-centric, and not leader-centric as in the true spirit of Presbyterianism. Under the Shared Ministry model adopted by Knox, the Session provides the vision and operational oversight for the church, and the congregants—by organizing and actively participating in one of three shared ministry "teams"—run the church.
As you can see, there is no pastoral role other than for pastoral care and calling, which is lovingly tended to by Rev. Don Meekhof, Knox's Temporary Supply Pastor. Although intended to be a part-time position, Rev. Meekhof brings to the pastoral care role decades of experience and a level of involvement and dedication that is truly Holy Spirit-driven.
The following graphic depicts how the new organizational model is being implemented at Knox: