The vestry of an Episcopal church has three primary responsibilities. The first two are managerial: to take care of parish finances and the parish buildings. The third is to choose individuals to fill various positions of leadership and representation: the choice of a priest (rector), the choice of delegates to the diocesan convention, and the selection of others as the diocesan canons may stipulate.
The vestry also serves as an advisory council to the priest who by church law is the parish’s chief liturgical and pastoral officer.
- Barb Burns-Briggs, Warden
- Tony Cline, Co-Warden Property and Grounds
- Jay Graham, Co-Warden Property and Grounds
- Diane Burchfield
- Lyndsy Gamet
- Libby Jean
- Judith Ramsay
- Sherie Wahlquist
- Pam Wilson
- Karen Wilkes, Clerk