Wasn’t the St. Paul’s Kick Off Sunday wonderful? The energy of the day reflects the joy and excitement that lives within our parish community. And we succeeded in breaking last year’s attendance record for Kick Off Sunday.
There is renewed energy around church growth this year, too. I am delighted to invite you for a presentation by Peter Saros, M.Div. Peter will share his specialized expertise to help St. Paul’s to meet the challenge of “Growing our Vision”. Growing our Vision means not only supporting our budget each year, but reaching toward a fuller achievement of an even broader scope of God’s mission and vision for our parish community.
Please join me for a parish-wide dinner event on Wednesday, October 14th, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM, in the Parish Hall, to meet Peter. Together, we’ll listen and discuss Peter’s exciting plans for growing into the vision that God has for us. This is a very important event in the life of St. Paul’s, and I hope you will make every effort to attend.
We will serve a catered dinner with vegetarian and gluten-free options. Childcare will be available at the Kids’ Club. Please let me know of your availability to attend, along with the number of adults and children, by contacting me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rev. George Adamik
Please Save the Date! Small Group Conversations with Peter – these small focus-group sessions will provide you with an additional opportunity to share your personal thoughts about how St. Paul’s is fulfilling its mission in your life and how it may better serve you and the community.
- Pizza Dinner for Young Families – Friday, November 6, evening
- Luncheon for Seniors – Saturday, November 7, early afternoon
- Wine & Cheese Reception – Saturday, November 7, evening
Peter Saros has a Masters of Divinity degree from General Theological Seminary of New York City and more than 25 years of experience in Church Growth, Stewardship, Parish Development/Capital Campaigns, and Leadership Development in small and medium sized congregations, and in urban, suburban and rural communities. He feels blessed to have worked with more than 150 Episcopal Churches in 12 dioceses.