Current vestry members and term end
Class of 2023: Frances Dibble, Maura Lane, Brian Stanke
Class of 2024: Indira Balkissoon, Irene Plunkett, Matthew Schooler
Class of 2025: Richard Larson, Daniel (Digger) Lauter, Pamela Kruse-Buckingham
2019 Annual Meeting & Vestry Minutes
2018 Annual Meeting & Vestry Minutes
2017 Annual Meeting & Vestry Minutes
DRAFT Annual Meeting, 2017
Retreat, January 2017
Special, January 2017
Meeting, February 2017
Meeting, March 2017
Meeting, April 2017
Meeting, May 2017
Special, June 2017
Meeting, June 2017
Meeting, September 2017
Meeting, October 2017
Meeting, November 2017
Meeting, December 2017
2016 Annual Meeting & Vestry Minutes
We believe that each of us, and our fellow human beings, are created in the image of God. The respect we owe to God should be reflected in the honor and respect we show to each other in our common humanity. We are each called to a special ministry of service to God and God’s people.
With God’s help we will seek to live and keep the following promises as individuals and as a body.
Our Promise to God
We promise to pray and study scripture, alone and together, asking God daily for grace to seek God’s vision for our lives and work at St. Paul’s.
Our Promises to Our Church Family
We promise to demonstrate our commitment to St. Paul’s by regular attendance at worship, and by giving of our time, talent and treasure.
We promise to model leadership by building a strong team, communicating directly and supporting the rector and each other.
We promise to do what we say we will do and hold each other accountable for our conduct, behavior, tasks and commitments.
We promise to work with our clergy and staff to make their efforts productive.
We promise to listen respectfully to each person, honoring their commitment to God and to St. Paul’s, agreeing that we all are seeking the mind of Christ, and empowering all people to speak directly with each other.
We promise to keep confidentiality when appropriate, but to encourage as much openness as possible, and to share information as widely as possible.
We promise to focus on positive actions and principles and lead by example.
Our promises to each other
We promise to encourage participation from all; to listen with an open mind; and to respectfully discuss, debate, and discern together what is best for St. Paul’s as a whole.
Finally, we promise to support the final decision of the vestry on particular issues, whether it reflects our view or not.