Our Rector is head priest and pastor at Church of Our Saviour. He oversees the ongoing spiritual life and pastoral care of the congregation and church staff, coordinates our lay leadership, presides and preaches at many of our worship services, and works with the Vestry in overseeing the institutional life of the parish.
Our youth minister leads our Middle Saints (for middle-schoolers) and High School Youth Group and coordinates youth activities with the parish and the Youth and Family Ministries Team. Gerry brings a passion for the intersection of religion and science and interfaith relationships with his years of youth ministry experience into this position.
While our staff leadership for our Godly Play (Pre-K through 3rd Grade) and Faith Quest (4th through 6th Grade) classrooms is in transition this autumn, our leadership team is Mallary Walker, Liz Murray, and Tiana Wimmer, working closely with our staff and Rector and our large team of storytellers and greeters to keep our Godly Play and Faith Quest classrooms open and vibrant for all young people! Email us if you have any questions.
Our Office Administrator attends to the day-to-day business of the community, assisting the clergy and staff in their work, and coordinating the office, parish calendar, regular church worship and events. Rose also is a freelance writer and dog/housesitter.
Organist, composer, and choral director Albert Campbell directs the Choir of Our Saviour and leads music in our Sunday liturgies.
He has previously served as music director in several Episcopal Churches in California, including those in Livermore, Palo Alto, and Ventura.
Our Senior Warden works with the Rector and helps lead the Vestry, made up of lay members elected for three-year terms, as they work with staff and parish leadership in the advancement of the mission of Church of Our Saviour.
Our Junior Warden works the Vestry, Rector, and Sexton in helping oversee the maintenance and improvement to our facility. And as "the people's warden," elected by the vestry, she also assists in Vestry leadership in coordination with the Senior Warden and Rector.
Mary Washburn (Junior Warden), Patty Ginnebaugh (Clerk), Cliff Mishalko, Angus Stocks, Lex Campbell, Anders Knox, and Tiana Wimmer.
Our Youth and Family Ministries Team along with the Rector and Youth Minister, oversees all our ministries with young people. This year’s YFMT includes Tiana Wimmer (Godly Play) and Patty Ginnebaugh (Middle Saints).
Our Adult Education coordinator calls together the meetings of the Adult Education team, a group of members dedicated to planning our education forums for the parish and wider community throughout the year.
Our Healing Team works with all the members of our staff in ensuring prayers for those who are in need, visits, and that the ancient healing sacraments of the Church are available to all of the parish. Contact Br. Richard Edward if you have a prayer concern.
Our Lay Eucharistic Ministers and Visitors, with the help from our coordinator and staff, bring the sacrament of Holy Communion to those who cannot regularly attend our worship, and also serve in assisting administration of the sacrament during our Holy Eucharists.
Our Care of Creation Ministry, with the direction of our coordinator, leads our community in outreach to help in our Christian responsiblity in healing and building sustainability for our planet and its resources.
Our Sexton helps maintain the church property and grounds, attending to basic repairs and maintenance.
Our Altar Guild Director leads the entire Altar Guild in ensuring our liturgies and worship space remain vibrant and beautiful. Often working behind the scenes, they coordinate, with the Rector and Staff, our seasonal worship customs and liturgical traditions.
In conjunction with our Bookkeeper, our Treasurer helps maintain the financial records and works with our Stewardship Team in sustaining the finances of the parish.
Our bookkeeper attends to the week-to-week record-keeping of the congregation. In addition to our financial ledger, she also works with our staff in overseeing other essential parish records.
Our Perspective Editor collects the news of the parish and develops our monthly newsletter. The deadline to submit materials for the parish newsletter is the 15th of each month.
Parish Annual Meeting
First Presbyterian, 1510 Fifth Ave., San Rafael
Dr. Daniel Hoggatt Memorial Service
Choir practice at 11 am
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