Transition Process

St. Luke’s Discernment Team is asking for your feedback

Dear Member of St. Luke’s,

The Discernment Team is drawing nearer to the point where we will be interacting with our candidates, and this is an excellent time to once again touch base with the Parish and our goals for St. Luke’s.

Many people have given generously of their time and participated in previous conversations regarding the search process. That information, along with the Congressional Assessment Tool (CAT) survey, gave us insight into where the Parish sees itself in the future. However, that information is now several months old, and we think this is a pivotal time to take a moment with our congregants — namely you.

We’re offering two opportunities for you to share your thoughts. In both of these opportunities, we ask you one simple question: What do you see as the most important goals for St. Luke’s? 

First, we will offer an Open House on Wednesday, March 20, from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, in the Undercroft. Members of the Discernment Team will be there to listen to every Parishioner who wants to join us. We look forward to hearing from all of you who can participate that evening.  

Second, you can respond by answering the question “What do you see as the most important goals for St. Luke’s?” to Mary Tuominen at:

Please respond by March 20.

We will look at all of this information in preparation for our interviews with the candidates. Thank you again for this opportunity to serve you in this role as St. Luke’s moves forward into a meaningful, Christ-centered future.

Yours in Christ,

The Discernment Team

John Gustafson, Tamra Poling, Dave Proctor, Ginny Sharkey, Harriett Stone and Mary Tuominen


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