THE PARISH PROFILE QUESTIONNAIRE IS READY!!! -- Sunday morning at the Forum, Paul Kilian, Chairman of the Profile Committee, presented a three page Questionnaire to about 35 parishioners. This is the first, very important step in the process in preparing the document which prospective priests will rely on when considering whether they should consider a call from COS. Paul announced that the Questionnaire would be distributed via every way possible to every member of this parish, and the Committee wants each and every one of us to fill it out.Read More
Church of Our Saviour’s Parish Profile Committee (PPC) officially launched its mission this past Sunday at the Forum. PPC chair, Paul Kilian lead a detailed discussion of the work ahead as the congregation seeks to provide input to that will assist in the creation of an updated Parish Profile and inform the search for a new rector.Read More
Our Transition Period is an exciting time in the life of COS, and your personal challenge is to catch the energy of it and do your part. Our Parish Profile Committee is now in full swing. And If you didn’t know – together, over the next several months, we will be creating a Parish Profile: a document for which we’re assembling a complete and various account of everything about the Church of Our Saviour that a potential rector might want to know: History, Finances, Demographics, Facilities, Hopes & Dreams . . . you name it.Read More
On May 6 your Parish Profile Committee (PPC) was commissioned at morning services. The group comprises Joshua Alvarenga, Meredith Brucker, Nancy Duling, Katherine Feng, Ben Harrington, Eric Miller, Maureen Sprunger, and Charlotte Van Fleet. The chair is Paul Kilian.
Charged with developing a document to assist the Rector Search Committee in explaining to potential candidates exactly who we are as the Church of Our Saviour, the PPC’s first task is to gather feedback from every parishioner regarding the church’s strengths and its challenges as well as where we have been, our hopes and dreams for the future, and the qualities we are seeking in a new rector.Read More