About our leadership

The Nominating Committee
Needs your Help!

The Nominating Committee is working on its task to identify members of the congregation to serve as elders (need 6) and deacons (need 8) for a 3-year term starting in 2023. We need your help in identifying those whom you feel we should consider for one of these ordained positions. We have created a card with a brief description of roles of elder and deacon, personal characteristics to consider, and lists of those currently in active service; those in the class of 2022 are completing their term this year. We ask that you take some time to think carefully about this and let us know, either using the card, talking to a member of the committee, or sending an email to Pat Garner. We also hope that if we ask you to serve that you give our request prayerful consideration. We look forward to hearing from you as we work to complete our task to bring a slate of candidates to the congregation for a vote in October.

 

Linda Cirillo, Pat Garner (chair), Ann Jaltuch, Kit Olah, Jason Salbego, Bill Vickery, Barb Webster, Wendy Wilhelm

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The Session

 

Session Committees:

-  Administration and Personnel (A&P)

-  Christian Education – Adult (CE-A)

-  Christian Education – Children (CE-C)

-  Christian Education – Youth (CE-Y)

-  Communication

-  House and Grounds (H&G)

-  Membership

Most committees welcome and need additional interested members and friends of the congregation. Resources for learning about the structure and beliefs of the Presbyterian Church (USA) in general are available at Presbyterian Church (USA).

A detailed report of the ministries and budget of CPC is provided each January at the Annual Meeting of the congregation. For a copy of this year’s report, call the church office at 630/323-6522.

 

-  Mission & Outreach (M&O)

-  Nominating

-  Finance

         - Endowment

         - Memorial and Gifts

-  Stewardship

-  Worship & Music (W&M)

All aspects of the church and its mission are governed by the Session, which is comprised of the Pastors and 18 Elders elected by the congregation. Elders serve for three-year terms.

 
 

The Board of Deacons

The office of Deacon, as set forth in scripture (Acts 6:1-6), is one of witness, wisdom, and service. Deacons play a vital service role in the both the day-to-day operation and spiritual life of the church. The Board of Deacons ministers the congregation in a variety of ways by: ushering and greeting, feeding others, serving communion, caring for the homebound, and planning fellowship events. If you are in need of Deacon care, or would be interested in becoming a Deacon, please contact Pastor Beth at lbeth.fd@chcpc.org.