Dave and his family are long-time parishioners of St. Alban's, and he's an invaluable member of our staff. From knowledge of our 103-year-old building's pipe system to a knowledge of our elevator's inner workings, Dave has seen it all.
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Jan is a life-long member of St. Alban's. In addition to guiding our youth, she currently serves as Junior Warden of the Vestry. Jan has a creative, artistic talent that can be seen in many different projects throughout the church.
Youth Group Leader
Mother Sharon was ordained at St. Alban's in April of 2013. In addition to her theological education, she brings experience from the fields of administration, finance, and sales. She is the mother to a son and daughter and grandmother of six. Her office door is always open Monday by appointment and Tuesday-Wednesday from 9am to 2pm.
The Friendship Circle is our long-standing women's group that supports numerous service projects around the church, as well as plenty of bakes sales and our popular annual rummage sale. They also organize holiday food baskets for the community. Friendship Circle ladies gather each month for a fun "Ladies Lunch Bunch" outing and welcome women of all ages to participate in their service to the church.
The Youth Group, comprised of kids from ages 10 to 18, formed in 2012. They have been an essential part of Reading Camp by acting as teen supervisors and being "amigos" to the campers. The Youth Group not only hangs out together, but they also have found interesting ways of having fun by making and selling sub sandwiches on Superbowl Sunday and taking Christmas cards and goodies to the local nursing homes. They are always looking for ways to serve St. Alban's.
Our "Angels" are in charge of all things kitchen-related and are always on standby to make sure St. Alban's potlucks are delicious and unique. In addition to potlucks and picnics, our "Angels" coordinate meals for other church-related functions.
This dedicated team works behind the scenes to ensure worship is enhanced by the atmosphere at the altar. The Altar Guild is always looking for new members who enjoy socializing and taking care of flowers, vestmens, and all things necessary.
What is a Vestry?
The canons of the Episcopal Church state that the vestry should be "agents and legal representatives of the parish in all matters concerning its corporate properties; and the relations of the parish to its clergy" (Title 1, Canon 14, Section 2). An Episcopal vestry team is responsible for organizing, planning, staffing, and working with clergy for the benefit of the church and its members.
Who is currently on St. Alban's Vestry?
- Julie S., Senior Warden
- Jerry, Junior Warden
- Katie H., Clerk
- Judy, Secretary