Congregational Council Updates

A brief look at issues discussed and actions taken by the Congregation Council at their monthly meetings. 

Semi-Annual Meeting

Semi-Annual Meeting

9:45am, Sunday, January 30, 2022

The congregation will gather for it’s regular semi-annual meeting following the second worship service on Sunday, January 30. The proposed agenda includes the annual election of the officers of the congregation, members of the Congregation Council, and those nominated to serve other key leadership roles. In addition, the congregation will be voting on a proposed amendment to the bylaws of the congregation regarding the make-up of the congregation council. The meeting will be conducted online.

Check back here for additional materials for the meeting as they become available.

The above Zoom link will be activated at 11:15am on Sunday, January 30.

Previously…

Notice of Proposed Amendment of Bylaws

December 16, 2021 In the regular meeting of the Prince of Peace Congregation Council on December 14, 2021, the following amendment to the bylaws was approved by the Council and will be submitted to the congregation for consideration at our regular semiannual meeting...

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December 2021 Recap

Here is a brief summary of the issues discussed and actions taken at the Congregation Council meeting on December 14: Passed a motion to accept the recommendations of the Personnel & Selection Committee to hire Debbie Jorgens to serve as the part-time "Director of...

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November 2021 Recap

Here is a brief summary of the issues discussed and actions taken at the Congregation Council meeting on November 9: Passed a motion that the “Congregation Treasurer shall disburse the amount of $15,000 from the Rose Diestler Estate Gift Fund to Iringa Hope, Iringa,...

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October 2021 Council Recap

Treasurer Update - Chris Thornton reported that giving for the first quarter of the year is significantly less than we budgeted.  Giving is normally a bit slow at this time of year, but at the beginning of October, we were about $23,000 behind.  Strategies...

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