Click here for a PDF of the 2012-13 Leadership Roster. The roster includes contact information for St. Paul's committee chairs and members.
Provides a variety of classes, events, retreats, and other opportunities to help guide and support adult St. Paulians on their Christian journey.
Chair: Kevin Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides programs and experiences for the older adults of St. Paul’s and advocates for ministry with older adults in the total life of the church.
Chair: Mary Lou Tenney, email@example.com
On February 1, 1998, the membership of our church voted to become a Reconciling Congregation, one of 171 other United Methodist churches in the country who intentionally welcome all people, regardless of sexual orientation, into the community of faith. St. Paul’s Reconciling Ministry Area has a three-pronged role: 1) support and nurture, 2) education and advocacy, and 3) outreach to the community.
Chair: Diana Crouch, DianaLynne@juno.com
To read about Reconciling activity in our Conference, click here. This link directs you to the Upper New York Annual Conference Reconciling Ministries website.
Provides information and training about St. Paul’s, Methodism and Christianity by hosting three or four Exploring St. Paul’s events per year. Maintains contact with Explorers for several months to help integrate them into the life of the church. Creates opportunities for St. Paulians to connect through Spirited Conversations, small group formation and many fellowship events throughout the year.
Chair: Ashlee Mills, firstname.lastname@example.org
Involved in mission projects aiding women and children, and spiritual growth opportunities for women of the congregation. Members meet in monthly circles and at general meetings.
President: Jane Zimmer, email@example.com
The worship team works with the Senior Pastor to plan creative and meaningful worship services. All aspects of worship, including the music minstry, altar flowers and other visual arts ministries, the acolyte ministry and the communion ministry, are included.
Chair: Mary Boardman, NSMary@aol.com
Promotes and organizes involvement in local and distant mission projects, and educates the congregation regarding social and environmental concerns. Local missions involvement includes the Kitchen Cupboard, ACT (Area Congregations Together), and responding to various projects or requests that come up during the year. Volunteers in Mission travel to regional, national, and international sites for mission work.
Chair: Bev Hartz, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Church Council is the governing body of the church. Chairs of each ministry area, the Treasurer, Financial Secretary, Recording Secretary, Lay Member to Annual Conference plus 9 At-Large Members sit on the Council, which meets monthly.
Chair: Lisa Jervey Lennox, email@example.com
Supervises the budget (tracks income and spending), the Fall Stewardship Campaign, and any fund-raising activities. Includes at-large members as well as the church treasurer, financial secretary and other ex officio members.
Chair: Michael Culotta, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets throughout the year to identify people’s spiritual gifts and help connect them with the ministry opportunities at St. Paul’s. Trains and recognizes volunteer leaders. For more information, contact Director of Church Ministries Jacqueline Bonner through the church office, 273-5971 or email@example.com.
Hires, evaluates, counsels and supports staff. Offers the staff opportunities for spiritual and professional growth. Responsible for identifying and recruiting persons to the ordained ministry. Evaluates the parsonage.
Chair: George Gull, firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsibilities include bequests, legacies and trusts; insurance; property maintenance, sale and acquisition; building programs; legal responsibilities; and governmental regulations.
Chair: John Sammis, email@example.com
Addresses the spiritual care needs of the congregation, specifically those with special medical needs and those who are unable to participate in the active life of
Coordinator: Rev. Eunice Tabor firstname.lastname@example.org