Parish Committees

Parish Committees for 2022 (appointed by the Parish Council President):

Audit committee—elected during fall assembly

During the fall general assembly an audit committee of three are elected.  The responsibilities of the Audit Committee will include assessing the reliability and accuracy of financial reporting; They will report their findings to the Spring General assembly. The audit committee will recommend changes required to continue any remediation necessary, monitor compliance with applicable laws and regulations pertaining to financial controls.

Board of electors—elected during fall assembly

A board of three electors to monitor parish council election held in December.  Their responsibilities include following the stewardship list to hand out ballots, counting ballots and certifying elected parish council members.  Certification will then be sent to the Metropolis

Building and real estate---Cory Hurley

The building committee works in coordination with the strategic planning committee regarding feasibility studies and will then moves on to the entire project. However, when capital improvements such as remodeling, rebuilding or renovation are involved, to completion, communication with the parish council and then the general parish regarding about its cost, purpose.

Cory Hurley may appoint other parish members to have responsibility for routine maintenance, as needed. 

The interior monthly maintenance includes monthly septic chemicals, filters for kitchen and water fountain. Annual inspection of fire extinguishers, backflow inspection, smoke alarm batteries.

The exterior includes landscaping, weed abatement, painting and general cleaning. 

Greek Festival Committee---John Ryan

Coordination of overall festival, including each booth chair, set up and take down of festival site. Volunteers working with city to maintain compliance.  There are multiple areas of responsibilities.  All planning, coordination of contacts  and invoices will remain on church property for continuity in planning for future festivals.

Stewardship—John Ryan / Dimitris Alexopoulos

Stewardship supports the Orthodox Christian practice of consistent, cheerful and purposeful giving of time, talent and treasure in support of our Church and its ministries to help further the word and teachings of Jesus Christ. Stewardship creates and fosters a spirit of generosity and giving for the Glory of God. When we are generous and give freely of our time, talent, and treasure we proclaim, preserve, and practice our Orthodox and Christian faith and make a difference in our parish and community.

Strategic Planning---- John Ryan

Working in coordination with the building committee. Strategic planning is a process in which the committee defines the vision for the short and long term goals of the church. The process includes establishing the sequence in which those goals should be realized so that the church can reach its stated vision.