Parish Council 2017
The Parish Council of the Church at Woodmoor consists of 9 members, 6 of whom will be serving as chair for committees (in 2018) and 3 of whom are members at large. The Pastor serves as a permanent advisor and the Recording Secretary takes notes for the meetings.
Chair: Steve Stephenson (Trustees)
Vice Chair: Bill Hume (At Large)
Secretary/Treasurer: Jan Vaughn (Stewardship)
Member: Warren Knop (At Large)
Member: Sue Fenton (Ministries)
Member: Noëlle Berry (At Large)
Member: Chris Rose (At Large)
Member: Bob Smith (Facilities)
Member: Open (Christian Education)
Permanent Advisor: Pastor Ellen Fenter
Recording Secretary: Robyn Martinez
Committee Chairs 2017
Worship: Susan Cooper
Ministries: Sue Fenton
Outreach - Sue Fenton
Congregational Care - Jackie Cross
Growth - Warren Knop
Stewardship: Bob Fenton
Christian Education: Renee Spiess, temp.
Trustees: Steve Stephenson
Facilities: Bob Smith
House: Jack Metzger
Grounds: Bob Smith
Columbine Glen: Robyn Martinez
Worship The Worship Committee, in coordination with the Pastor and the Worship Director, plans and approves all worship services to include scheduling of special events and speakers.
Ministries (Includes Outreach, Congregational Care & Growth)
The Outreach/Missions Committee members and the Pastor will coordinate, plan and direct the Missions/Outreach ministry of the Church and inform the congregation of such support.
The Congregational Care Committee attends to the needs of the congregation including visiting the sick, caring for the lonely and homebound, and providing opportunities for fellowship.
The Church Growth Committee attends to aggregate growth of the church and on-going involvement of potential and long-term members.
Stewardship The Stewardship Committee develops Stewardship goals, an annual budget, and financial review process to insure efficient use of all resources. It will conduct an annual stewardship campaign to support the budget and Church operations.
Christian Education In coordination with the Pastor, The Christian Education Committee plans, organizes and supervises the Adult, Youth, and Children’s Christian education programming for the Church.
Trustees The Committee is responsible for this property God has entrusted to the members of the Church. The principal focus of the Committee is to assure that Federal, State of Colorado, County, and local legal requirements related to all Church property are met in order to accomplish the mission of the Church. The Committee is also the principal Church organizational element responsible for the Church’s State of Colorado nonprofit corporation and Federal (IRS) public charity (501(c)(3)) requirements.
Facilities (Includes House, Grounds & Columbine Glen)
The House Committee is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the Church's facilities and real property.
The Grounds Committee is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the Church’s outdoor real property and grounds.
The Columbine Glen Committee is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the Columbine Glen Columbarium.