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TRINITY LEADERSHIP AND PLANNING

 
 
 

Church Leadership

Church Council

Council President: Eric Rodriguez-Chan

Council Vice president: Vacant

Council Treasurer: Steven Lin

Lay Ministry: Lynne Enman

COUNCIL MEMBERS:

Lily Mathias

Maritza Tamayo

Yolanda Toth

Richard Walker

Powell Griggs

Ray Hummel

Marcia Ramadhar

Duane Tollison

Church Committees

Committees help us to coordinate our life together. As the saying goes: Many hands make light work. We continually seek persons to serve in our life together. Specific committees include:

Worship Board – help to plan and coordinate our worship life together. See Richard Walker for more details.

Stewardship Team – help us live into our relationship with God and each other as we plan how to give our Time, Talent and Treasure for the work of Christ here at Trinity and around the world. See Rachel Munz for more details.

House/Property – To maintain our large facility and grounds. See Jessica Tusing for more details.

Finance – help us make decisions about investments, develop our annual budget, review monthly financial reports, etc. See Eric Rodriguez or Treasurer Marcia Ramadhar for more details.

Fellowship – help to coordinate the weekly event held after worship, the summer barbecue and other special events during the year. See Lauren Craig for more details.

Personnel – to maintain policy and procedures and assist in supervising and evaluation of the church staff.  See Steven Baker for more details.

Social Media – to engage our congregation and community and keep them informed about what's going on at Trinity and in Astoria. See Duane Tollison for more details.

Church Engagement Taskforce!

A group of Trinity Family members is in conversation about how we can be more engaged as a church family, with each other and with the world. As part of their discernment, they have read two powerful books:

“The God Impulse: The Power of Mercy in an Unmerciful World,” by Jack Alexander; and “Growing and Engaged Church: How to Stop “doing church” and start BEING the Church Again,” by Albert L. Winseman.

Conversations are leading us to explore the possibility of creating a Shepherding Ministry among our Trinity Family and spend time listening to folk to help them find out where God is calling them.

Where your greatest passion and the world’s greatest needs intersect, THAT is where God is calling you – Frederick Buechner.

 
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