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Here is a saying you can trust. If anyone wants to be a leader in the church, they want to do a good work for God and people
[1 Timothy 3:1].
Our annual Elections Meeting will be held on Sunday, December 04 via in-person and virtual forum. This year, we will fill four (04) open Vestry positions, as well as the expiring People’s Warden position.
The chair of the Elections Committee is Abdullah Skerritt who is ably assisted and supported by an Elections Committee comprising Audrey Leslie, Ebun Taylor, Hector Velazquez, and Linda Jones.
The committee will utilize the same digital hybrid process – virtual and in-person – that was designed and successfully executed by the 2020 committee, and used ever since. The process provides three voting options: online, in-person, mail-in ballots. This precedence-setting exercise proved to be the ideal solution for this unprecedented COVID-19 situation and is equally suited for use during “normal” times.
Your 2022 Candidates
Positions to be Filled in 2022
- Vestry: Four open positions
- People’s Warden: One position
Click here to view the document.
Click here to see a sample of the actual absentee ballot. It lacks verification credentials and, therefore, cannot be used for voting. It is just a sample.
Commissioning of the newly elected will take place early in January, 2023 during the bilingual 10:00AM service.
The COS Executive thanks the members of the congregation for participating in this all important activity of electing our leaders and representatives. We also thank you for voting to in 2022 and look forward to your participation in 2023.
Additionally, we thank the Elections Committee for a spectacular job; the Vestry members who supervised; the Parliamentarian; the Givings Recorder; and the Wardens for their oversight. Congratulations to all of you, as well as the elected members.
Commissioning of the newly elected will take place early in January, 2023