Looking to expand your skills in development and/or stewardship? Interested in learning from experts on stewardship and development? We are looking for four to six people to join the diocesan development committee, which also focuses on congregational stewardship, especially those who would like to:
This is an especially rich time when we are creating the ground floor for a new bishop. It is a time when we can experiment and explore new ideas while we develop stewardship skills at the congregational and diocesan levels. Serving on this committee is an excellent way to connect with people in other congregations while strengthening our bonds across the diocese.
The time commitment is 1-4 hours per month including the monthly meeting. If you are interested, please email Hannah Wilder with a brief description of your development or stewardship experience. Thank you.
— The Diocesan Development Committee
The Rev. Jeff Martinhauk, St. Paul’s Cathedral, chair
Mr. Jerry Campbell, Holy Cross, Carlsbad
Ms. Susan Hulbert, St. Paul’s Cathedral
The Rev. Janet Wheelock, St. Mary’s, Ramona
Ms. Hannah Wilder, St. Luke’s, San Diego, staff liaison
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