Elected by the parish at the Annual Meeting, Vestry members share parish leadership responsibilities with the Rector, including finances and property management.  As legal representatives of St. Paul’s, they carry out responsibilities outlined in the parish’s bylaws; the Episcopal Church canons; and local, state, and federal law.  Persons interested in running for a Vestry position should contact Fr. Rob.

Our Hospitality Team works to provide opportunities for engaging newcomers and increasing fellowship among existing members through weekly coffee hours, special event receptions, and providing gift baskets given to newcomers.  To help, contact Abbe Moore.  

Pastoral Care Team

The Pastoral Care Team provides care to parishioners in need by providing meals or other services to support individuals or families experiencing illness, loss, or other hardships.  To help, contact Gretchen Garlow.

The Stewardship Committee works to promote the giving of time, talent, and treasure for the glory of God and to financially support the ministries of St. Paul’s.  If interested in joining this team, contact Jim Vath or Abbe Moore.

St. Paul’s Finance Committee (comprising the Rector, the wardens, the treasurer, the co-chairs of stewardship, and the Bethlehem School Director) review the parish’s fiscal matters and make financial recommendations to the Vestry.  Interested individuals are invited to contact Treasurer Kwame Ofori-Asante.

Outreach Committee

As the hub of activity in St. Paul’s work in reflecting the light of Christ in our communities, the Outreach Committee identifies and organizes ministries and services that support people in need.  The Committee meets monthly and welcomes newcomers at any time.  Contact Jonna Casey or Heather Doyle.

St. Paul’s Worship Committee’s role is to plan worship services that reflect the liturgical seasons, enhance the worship experience, and support the needs of the groups that contribute to services (choir, lectors, altar guild, lay Eucharistic ministers, acolytes, crucifers, ushers).  The Committee meets 4-5 times a year and welcomes anyone interested in joining.  Contact Fr. Rob or Priscilla March.

Communications Team

The Communications Team works to keep the parish informed about and engaged with activities, services, and events.  The team oversees the St. Paul’s website and Facebook page, and sends news to local newspapers and online news outlets.  The team also publishes the weekly eCourier and the Courier LITE found in the Sunday service leaflet.  Persons interested in joining the team should contact Priscilla March.

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