Rector Search

New Rector Announced

Posted on September 28, 2015

A Message from the Senior Warden It is with great pleasure that I announce the call of The Reverend Meghan Carey Holland to be the next Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church.  Meghan has accepted with undeniable enthusiasm.  The vote of the Vestry was unanimous as was the recommendation from the Search Committee.  Bishop Bauerschmidt approved […]

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A Message from the Senior Warden

Posted on September 3, 2015

If you were not in church on Sunday, August 30, you missed the update on our search process.  We are making progress!!  The Search Committee has passed the baton to the vestry and we are at the interview stage of the process.  This dedicated group of folks spent many hours in weekly meetings over many […]

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July 2015 Update

Posted on July 8, 2015

The Office of Transitional Ministry listing for the Rector of Trinity Church was open for approximately sixty (60) days. Candidates made their initial responses to Canon Pamela Snare. Canon Snare conducted an initial vetting of these candidates, and we are pleased to report that she met with the Search Committee in the middle of June […]

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March 2015 Update

Posted on March 20, 2015

On March 16 Trinity Church’s Community Portfolio was officially entered into the database of the Episcopal Church’s Office of Transitional Ministry. Interested clergy may now view information about our parish, including links to our website and parish profile, and the salary and benefits we are offering a rector on the OTM website. They are instructed […]

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February 2015 Update

Posted on March 5, 2015

The Rector Search Committee continues to move forward, and we have now completed two major projects. We have gathered statistical information and completed narrative responses for our ministry profile. These have been sent to the Diocese, and we are meeting with Bishop Bauerschmidt and Canon Pamela Snare to finalize our ministry profile. This information will […]

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