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If you’ve got ideas or a desire to serve your fellow church members, a good place to start is with an existing team or committee. There are six committees that oversee the various ministries of our congregation. Take a look, and reach out to the appropriate contact listed below.
This committee works closely with our Associate Pastor for Families, Children and Youth to create programs and fellowship opportunities. For more information, contact: David Conant, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Education Committee oversees programs designed to nurture and enrich our understanding of Christian life in the 21st century for people of all ages. For more information, contact: Joanne Whitt, email@example.com
This committee is focused on activities and events that keep members connected to each other and to the community.
For more information, contact: Martha Olsen Joyce, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Church & Society Committee oversees our church’s participation in mission projects, both local and global and provides educational support for the social justice issues our church supports.
For more information, contact: Royce Truex, email@example.com
The Worship Committee works to ensure that our worship services glorify God while inspiring and encouraging participants into a deeper understanding of the Christian life.
For more information, contact: Alice Graham, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Resources Committee oversees the financial and material resources of this church.
For more information, contact: Pat Mitchell, email@example.com
The Nominating Committee is responsible for studying the congregation’s leadership needs and bringing a unified approach to the search for Officers (Ruling Elders and Deacons). The 2013-2014 Nominating Committee members are: Martha Olsen Joyce (Chair), Margaret Melsh, Carl Basore, Phyllis Schlobohm, Jennifer Epstein (Deacon Rep). To recommend a potential candidate for Elder or Deacon, please contact Martha Joyce, firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 8th, 2014
First Sunday in Lent, we explore "Vulnerable Love" in worship and our Sunday Seminar Bible study of John 3:1-17; also by writing letters to Governor Brown about fracking. We'll show Brene Brown's TEDTalk in the after-worship Bible study.