Wonderful Staffing News
We are excited to announce some shifts in our spiritual formation staffing which will enhance our capacity for collaboration and unify our ministries across all generations at Christ Church.
Starting this week, Lindsay Masi will move into the new position of Director of Spiritual Formation. Lindsay’s 13 years of service at Christ Church make her a perfect fit for this role. She will work alongside the dedicated staff and volunteers of our formation ministries for adults, youth, and children to ensure that people of all ages will be engaged, equipped, and empowered to know Christ and to grow spiritually.
With Lindsay’s shift, Maggie Baker will move into the position of Director of Youth and Family Ministry. Maggie’s work as a member of our youth ministry staff, along with her previous experience at St. Philip's Cathedral in Atlanta, has prepared her well for this role. We are excited about the leadership and vision she will bring to this area as she continues to work with Alice deVries and Betsy Parkhurst.
We are also pleased that Sarah Ford will become the Director of Children and Family Ministry. Sarah‘s passion for children and families, as well as her ability to think pastorally and creatively about what families need, makes her the ideal person to fill this role. Emily Kalmbach and Stephanie Brimigion will remain in their positions as integral members of this team.
In the coming weeks, in conversation with our adult ministry leaders and volunteers, we will begin to build a profile for a new Director of Adult Spiritual Formation. This hire will round out our teams and give us a full constellation of resources as we head into the fall program season.
As our team lives into these new roles, they will be supported by The Reverend Joshua Case, Vicar for Formation and Worship, and The Reverend Connor Gwin, Associate Rector for Children, Youth, and Family Ministries. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to either of them.
We look forward to all that lies ahead under their leadership.