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ALWAYS GROWING - brainstorming Saint Peter's five year vision

Page history last edited by Terry Rochford 7 years, 7 months ago

 

 

 

The Parish Council and various program committees have begun a conversation about a five year vision for Saint Peter's Church.

 

What things do you think are important to consider in a conversation about Saint Peter's Church: Always Growing, a vision for 2013-2018?

 

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     I think we should consider creating  an active community service center, whether it's midtown or not .This would be "staffed" by volunteers:
and free to all: tutoring  for childen, legal advice could include directing people toward the proper professional, assistance  with finding appropriate

medical treatment, running periodic food drives and meeting reasonable needs as they arise. We could start small and go from there.

-- Terry Rochford

 

 


Strategic planning.pdf 1998

Scenario planning.pdf 1998

Comments (2)

Connie Peterson said

at 1:05 pm on Mar 9, 2013

I would like to see an emphasis on aging in our church community. I know we have the senior center which is wonderful but it is not an initiative of Saint Peter's Church. Saint Peter's could consider a gerontology program educating members and those in the community about elder issues. It could be extremely helpful to those with aging parents to assist them with knowlegpdge and resources. We could have group support where we get together and discuss our experiences. The ever- growing elder population necessitates some focus on this issue, both for our older members and for members with aging parents. A sort of "go to" resource at Saint Peter's relating regarding elder issues.

Lynne Mueller said

at 1:21 pm on Mar 9, 2013

Great idea, Connie!

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