Posts Tagged: Rector search

Transition time

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Transition ministry is a time of opportunity, a sacred time set aside to discern who we are and who God is calling us to become. We will take the time to engage the questions, share our thoughts, search our hearts and finish this process well rather than hurry to get to the other side. We… Read more »

Full-time intentional interim will join Grace in October

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By Clare Andreasson Sr. Warden The vestry is delighted to bring you the news that the Rev. Kathryn Costas has accepted a call to serve as full-time Intentional Interim Rector at Grace Church.  We finalized our covenant with her at our vestry meeting on Tuesday, September 19.  She will begin working with us the first… Read more »

Rector Search Committee update – March 2017

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By MaryLee Pakieser and Sandy Seppala Gyr The Rector Search Committee continues on its journey to discern a new rector for Grace. As we reported, the Community Ministry Portfolio, which describes our parish and ministries for potential candidates, was posted on the clergy transition web site in December. Our posting will remain open until March 31. We elected to place an advertisement with Episcopal Digital Network, which reaches more… Read more »

Grace Church Community Portfolio

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The Community Portfolio, also known as the Office for Transition Ministry Portfolio (OTM), is part of a national database open to rectors who are looking for a new position.  To access Grace’s OTM, click the download link below.

Search Committee Application

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The vestry has approved an application process for those interested in serving on the Search Committee for our next Rector. If you would like to be considered, please download and complete the application. You can also pick up a hard copy of the form in the Parish Office. Your application must be delivered to the… Read more »