Highlights from Annual Meeting

Posted by: Chelsea Badeau on Mon, Mar 5, 2012:

The Annual Meetings of the Corporation and Congregation were held February 5th. To get reports on the ministry and mission of the church, finances and an update on capital repairs, look in the back of the sanctuary or contact Angela Burton in the office. Click to read highlights and see new officer list.

Highlights from Annual Meeting

The Annual Meetings of the Corporation and Congregation were held February 5th. To get reports on the ministry and mission of the church, finances and an update on capital repairs, look in the back of the sanctuary or contact Angela Burton in the office.

 

Some highlights:

New leaders were elected to office, to
be ordained and installed on February 26th.

Below are the new board rosters:

For the Session
James Dorsey Class of 2013
Helen Lamb Class of 2013
Gayl Koster Class of 2013
June Cairns Class of 2014
Rob MacGregor Class of 2014
Marguerite Spencer Class of 2014
Susan Beetle Class of 2015
Evan Meyer, Sr. Class of 2015
Marcia White Class of 2015

For the Deacons
Hector Badeau Class of 2013
Sandy Dorsey Class of 2013
Crystina Atchison Class of 2013
Bunny Hughes Class of 2014
Steve Fitzgerald Class of 2014
Dave Rupp Class of 2014
Bianca Adger Class of 2015
Lois Gaskins Class of 2015
Seeta Joell Class of 2015

For the Trustees
Nancy Morrow Class of 2013
Khaleel Adger Class of 2013
Shirley Atchison Class of 2013
Mary Moorhouse Class of 2014
Peggy MacGregor Class of 2014
Reinhart Struzyna Class of 2014
Kathleen Sheridan Class of 2015
Allan Walters Class of 2015

Treasurer Reinhardt Struzyna reported
a net income of $6,218 for 2011. The budget for 2012 (recommended by Trustees and approved by Session) was received by the congregation. The 2012 budget anticipates a loss in rental income – tenants have notified us of plans to move – but remains balanced by trimming program budgets and keeping salaries at 2011 levels. The pastor’s compensation package was approved.

Trustee President Benjamin Brandt gave an update on building restoration. The tower, to date, has cost $178,000 more than anticipated because of accelerated deterioration of the tower between the initial bids and the beginning of work. The trustees are awaiting proposals for the final stage of tower stabilization. Although the repair has been costlier than expected, the trustees anticipate still being able to complete urgent pointing on the sanctuary building ($50,000) and roof replacement ($100,000) because of members’ generous support to the capital campaign -- $388,000 pledged to date.

The Session shared that they have begun a conversation about discerning God’s call for the future of Summit. (see Pastor’s Pen for more on this).


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