Episcopal Churches have a governing body that is known as a "Vestry". The duties of the Vestry make sure that the church gets "the job done" and acts as a board of directors. There are nine active vestry members and they represent various areas of the church. From Outreach activities to financial planning, the vestry performs a variety of functions. If you have a question or would like to become more involved in a specific area of the church, please contact one of the vestry members.
The Vestry is…
The Body Within A Congregation that, with the clergy, leads the parish.
- Helps to discern the vision toward which God is drawing that particular community.
- Articulates and communicates the vision;
- Holds the community accountable for its realization of that vision; and
- Keeps the mission