Class of 2018
Chris Butto (Stewardship)
Susan LaBrake (Building and Grounds)
Catherine Stuart, Rector's Warden (Executive)
Class of 2019
Joan Cesare (S.O.C.C.)
Stephen Krouse (Stewardship)
Janet Reddin, Ph.D., Secretary (S.O.C.C.)
Class of 2020
Andy Coonrdat (S.O.C.C.)
Paul Joslin (Buildings and Grounds)
Rob McGarvey, Accounting Warden (Executive)
The Rev. Ryan R. Whitley, Rector (Executive)
Your Vestry invites you to attend any of our meetings, where we reflect and take action upon the many important aspects of Parish life. The Vestry meets the first Tuesday of every month, at 7pm in Jerusalem Hall. Refreshments are served after the meeting.
The Vestry Minutes from previous meetings are available for anyone to peruse either by clicking the links above or on the Vestry Board at church located to the left of the Vesting Sacristy, or by request of Kelly Gallagher, Parish Administrator.
What is a Vestry?
The Vestry is the governing body of an Episcopal Church, elected to represent the people of the Parish. At St. George’s, our vestry is made up of nine Parish members including the Rector's and Accounting Wardens, and the Rector. The Wardens and Vestry members are elected at the Annual Parish Meeting held each January, and serve three-year terms of office.
The Vestry serves in a fiduciary capacity, responsible for many facets of parish life including its business affairs. At their monthly meetings, the Vestry reviews appropriate business affairs, engages in study and discussion for self-improvement, and prayerfully considers the needs, goals, and the vision of the Parish.
Our Vestry members each operate on one of several sub-committees. For a list of those sub-committees and their descriptions, follow the link below. If you have a question about any part of our church's business, worship, or activities, the Vestry Members on these committees (included in the list in the left-hand column) would be a good place to start.
St. George's mission is to share together God's work in our lives through liturgy and sacrament, through joyous and caring fellowship, and through courageous and compassionate engagement with the world.
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