January 29 at 10 am.
In Person and Online!
Stay tuned for more, but plan to be there at 10 am!
Things are going to get spicy as our host interviews folks from All Saints after first asking them to try a hot wing. As the meeting continues, the hot sauce gets hotter! In between, we’ll hear about our finances, from how we ended 2022 to the vestry-approved 2023 budget, from a new gifts acceptance policy to a shift in how we approach investments (you have to be there for the unveiling of the name!). We’ll consider an amendment to our two-year-old bylaws, and we’ll elect new members to the Vestry and delegates to Diocesan Convention and thank those who have served on Vestry and now get retire. The big question of the meeting: who will be the challenger for Co-Warden this year (Baby Yoda and Mary Berry have decided NOT to run this year). And of course we’ll celebrate another year together at All Saints!
The All Saints Annual Meeting is one of the High Holy Days in our parish, so you don’t want to miss it. This year, we’re back in person! But we also have an online option, so you can Zoom in, too. Either way, you’ll be able to hear all the reports, see the slide shows, and vote. Unfortunately, if you’re on Zoom you’ll have to bring your own snacks.
So, please clear your schedule for NEXT Sunday morning, attend church at 8 am or 9 am—you don’t want to miss outgoing Co-Warden John Williams’ sermon!—and mingle and snack at 10 am and then attend the meeting in the parish hall or online at 10:30.
Look for an email midweek that will have the Rules of Order, the candidates for Vestry and to be Diocesan Convention delegates, and information about the Budget discussion on Wednesday.
On Annual Meeting Sunday, we have an 8 am and a 9 am service, but no 11 am service.