The vestry is the body within a congregation that, with the clergy, leads the parish.

The vestry: helps to discern the vision toward which God is drawing that particular community; articulates and communicates the vision; holds the community accountable for its realization of that vision; and keeps the mission of the Church and that of the individual congregation clearly before the parish community.

God creates the Church, and invites us to participate in the process. A congregation's leaders are the stew­ards of that creation and hold it in trust. The congregation has been given the resources needed to do the job God has called it to do. Leaders identify and allocate those resources, enabling the Church to carry out its mission. They also lead the congregation in celebrating and giving thanks for these resources.

Barbara Chilcott
  • Hospitality Committee, Green Committee, Ministry Panel
Julie Daye
  • Vestry Secretary, Green Committee, Communications Committee
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Bob Jenkins
  • History Committee, Liturgy Committee, Property Committee
Jaime Konowal
  • Accounting Warden
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Heather Myers
  • Green Committee
Lisa Reeves
Mark Roberts
Jim Ufheil
  • Rector's Warden
Jeanette Woehr
  • Chair, History Committee, Liturgy Committee