What is a mutual ministry goal?
An area of focus designed to inform and guide our work as a community.
In April 2021, the Vestry set three goals centered upon the work of justice, creation care, and intergenerational ministry. These goals were again unanimously approved by the vestry in February 2022 to continue the course of lifelong spiritual formation for every person in this cathedral community. They are intended to touch every aspect of our common life.
What are the mutual ministry goals?
Creation Care and Carbon Reduction:
In solidarity with future generations, grounded in our Christian duty to preserve and protect God’s creation and promote justice, we will educate, empower, and support the cathedral and its members to become carbon neutral by 2030.
Intergenerational and Innovative Community:
As we envision ways of being Church in a post-pandemic world, we will foster spiritual growth and nourishing relationships among members of the cathedral community through intergenerational programming, small group gatherings, and innovative ways to incorporate those new to Saint Mark’s as we seek to become Beloved Community.
Drawing on our scriptural enjoinder to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God, we will renew our commitment to seek and serve Christ in all persons, working toward restorative justice and the dignity of every human being while lamenting and working to change those systemic evils— in the church and the world—that corrupt and destroy the creatures of God.
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2022 Vestry liaisons and clergy/staff by ministry scope
The Vestry restructured standing committees to embrace these goals and reflect on the work in light of them.
- Vestry liaison: Kathy Minsch & Doug Thorpe
- Clergy/staff liaison: The Rev. Canon Jennifer King Daugherty
- Vestry liaison: Kristen Kelly & Katie Prettyman
- Clergy/staff liaison: Canon Wendy Claire Barrie
- Vestry liaison: Doug Thorpe, Scott Hulet, Tina Blondino, Carmen Brady, Karla Koon
- Clergy/staff liaison: The Rev. Canon Eliacín Rosario-Cruz