We are grateful for the service of dedicated members who give their talents and time to the guidance and growth of Faith Episcopal Church.

Contributing the greater good of the church, we work together to meet the spiritual and physical needs of our community.

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Bishop’s Committee
Chair: Anne Wilke

The Bishop’s Committee at Faith Episcopal Church is the governing body of our mission congregation. Members are elected at an Annual Meeting in January and serve a three-year term. The Bishop’s Warden is appointed by the Bishop at the recommendation of the Vicar while the People’s Warden is elected by the members of the Bishop’s Committee, who oversee the financial and business affairs of the congregation as well as its development and vision.


Worship Committee
Chair: Rev. Dawn Vukich

The Worship Committee at Faith Episcopal Church plans regular services of worship that include the Service readings, praise, prayer, giving of gifts, sacraments, and other special services. The committee researches, writes, and produces materials for worship and instruction that will help members of the church learn more about worship and enable them to participate fully in all aspects of worshiping God.

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Building Committee
Chair: Deb Gannon

The Building Committee at Faith Episcopal Church aids in the current facility operations and maintenance of our building, along with planning of building improvements, repairs, and expansion. Through congregational education and training, the committee works to identify strategic goals for future planning and funding. The building committee examines and recommends renovations to the church to best serve the community, prepare its use by future generations, and serves as stewards of the physical spaces.

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Communications Committee
Chair: Anne Wilke - Acting

The Communication’s Committee supports Faith Episcopal’s leadership, staff, committees, and members by developing, implementing, and maintaining communication streams to advertise the church’s various services, activities, and events. We work together to ensure Faith Episcopal Church is known as a place that seeks a deeper understanding of the mystery of God, offers the hospitality of the Gospel, and strives for a just and compassionate community for all.

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Education Committee
Chair: Marsha Bardwell

The Education Committee at Faith Episcopal Church serves the congregation by identifying and recommending various educational presentations, classes, and services which would be beneficial for the church’s members.

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Fellowship Committee
Chair: Contact Office Administrator

The Fellowship Committee at Faith Episcopal Church is primarily responsible for the weekly operations of the Fellowship Hour held after each Sunday Service. A rotating group of members serve once a month to prepare food, coffee, and the Fellowship Hall for our after-service time of welcoming new individuals to Faith Episcopal, developing community amongst current members, and creating a welcome atmosphere for relaxation and joy.

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Finance Committee
Chair: Amber Blasingham

The Finance Committee at Faith Episcopal Church works as part of a team to manage and track our church’s budget and finances. The Finance Committee reviews and monitors compliance with the church’s policies related to financial receipts and expenses, cash deposits and investments, purchasing and accounting procedures, and other financial matters.  Additionally, committee members propose policy and procedure changes as needed to ensure that strong controls are maintained in the church’s financial management.

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Welcome (Greeter/Usher) Committee
Chair: Ralph Behrsin

The Greeter/Usher Committee at Faith Episcopal Church serves to welcome all those who join our services. Committee members hand out the weekly bulletin at the door, assist people entering/exiting the building, and serve as volunteers during the service as needed. Additional responsibilities include serving as ushers during the service by collecting offerings and guiding the congregation to the communion table.