As we continue our introductions of the twelve Vestry members at St. Martin’s, this week we will get to know a little more about John Lange.
As we continue our introductions of the twelve Vestry members at St. Martin’s, this week we will get to know a little more about Terence Bostic.
As we continue our introductions of the twelve Vestry members at St. Martin’s, this week we will get to know a little more about John Alden.
Engaging more with our community, welcoming those from outside our parish family, and truly being a beacon of Christ’s love in West County.
My job on Vestry is that of Clerk, a position called “secretary” in most organizations. One is elected Clerk by vote of the 12 vestry members.
During the St. Martin’s Annual Parish Meeting on Sunday, January 27 we will vote on new Vestry members to serve a 3-year term.
With the new year upon us, this is just a reminder that all fundraisers and events require Vestry and Mother Leslie’s approval.
If you missed the Vestry Forum, you can review the slides to learn more about the budget, stewardship campaign, pumpkin patch and columbarium.
You’re probably wondering, “what’s going on with the search for our new Priest?
The Vestry met for its regular meeting on April 22. Here’s a brief recap of what we covered.
The Vestry held a forum last Sunday at 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to speak about several current topics within the life of St. Martin’s.
The Vestry met on July 30 for our regular monthly meeting. A recap of what was covered is included.
The Vestry met on June 28, 2017 for our regular monthly meeting. Read the highlights of what we covered.
Join the Vestry on July 2 after the 10:15 a.m. service in Park Hall to get an update on some minor changes we have been working on to our St. Martin’s Bylaws. The Vestry has approved the changes, as has the Diocese Standing Committee, and the final step is to hold a parish vote for approval.
The new Vestry will hold its first forum with the parish on Sunday, April 2nd in Park Hall following the 10:15 a.m. service.