Vestry Notes from Dec & Jan

Vestry Notes from Dec & Jan

Holy Cow, it’s a CAT: The Congregational Assessment Tool, administered by Holy Cow Consulting, was completed. One hundred sixteen members of the parish family participated (Holy Cow!). The results will be interpreted at different levels, with the Vestry receiving a...
Things In and Around Our Building

Things In and Around Our Building

The prayer shawl ministry has been unofficial for many years. Our knitters have made shawls and blankets for people going through health challenges: Don Kelley, Peg Ross, and the Jodens, to name just a few. The recipients are touched that we would take the time to...
2020 Vestry Nominees

2020 Vestry Nominees

The Vestry is pleased to present the nominees for election to St. Clare’s 2020 Vestry. Below are the five candidates for five positions, four three-year terms, and one two-year term. Outgoing and continuing Vestry members are listed below. Candidates for a...
November 2019 Vestry Notes

November 2019 Vestry Notes

Vestry – is it for You? The Vestry established a nominating committee to fill five upcoming vacancies among the twelve members. Martin Haggestad, Joanne Heaton, Ken Cook and Knut Hill have completed their three-year terms. Lisbee Collins-Wildman, having served...
October 2019 Vestry Notes

October 2019 Vestry Notes

Highlights of a recent Vestry meeting How Are You Doing? Early each year Vestry members complete an individual plan for their Vestry involvement for the year ahead. Called Vestry Servanthood Plans, they are then placed in a common file where they are available to all...
Getting Involved at St. Clare’s

Getting Involved at St. Clare’s

Whether newcomers or veteran St. Clarians, our community members often wonder how to get involved in our outreach work and our ministries at church. Here is some updated information on getting connected with these opportunities. But first, a prayer from someone who...