Church Governance

Grace Chapel is a congregationally-governed church, led and served by the Board of Elders, who are responsible for providing leadership, guidance, and accountability for the overall ministry of Grace Chapel. This group includes lay leaders who are elected at our Annual Meeting, and our Senior and Executive Pastors.

Nominating Committee Nominations for 2018-2019

Elder Board
Two open positions to be filled and one Elder renewal
Jimmy Su:  Elder returning for another 4 years (currently serving as Vice-Chair)
New nominations:
Sandy Shen
Rob Stutzman

Nominating Committee
Current team for 2018-19: Priscilla Seuss, Cynthia Fantasia, Bonnie Doremus, Susan Corbett
New nominations:
Craig Lillehei, Watertown
John Dorr, Wilmington

Audit Committee
Eric Bergstrom (returning), Chair
Renato Zeppi (returning)
New nomination:
Russ Ayan

Clerk
Sandy Smith has accepted the position of clerk for this year and the upcoming full term of 3 years.

Moderator
Cynthia Parker will moderate this year only in 2018.
New nomination:
Amy Warfield has accepted for the upcoming full term of 3 years

 

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BOARD OF ELDERS  ANNUAL MEETING  2017 Annual Report

 GRACE CHAPEL BYLAWS 

Audited Financials for 2017

The Grace Chapel Audit Committee is pleased to share the results of this year’s audit with the congregation. We engaged the national accounting firm of Capin Crouse, which specializes in non-profit, faith based organizations, particularly churches. They found that the financial statements accurately reflect the financial position of the church in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. When compared to similar organizations which they represent the church is in healthy financial shape. We are making these financial statements available for you. We would like to thank Bill Burke, Judi Gale and the rest of their team for their support of the audit and for their high quality work in managing our finances for the betterment of the Kingdom.

2017 AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS