|Date Posted||March 9, 2020|
New Hampshire (Gail Avery)
|Communicants in Good Standing||60|
|Average Sunday Attendance||28|
|Child Population in Church School||0|
|Adult Population in Church School||0|
|Teacher Population in Church School||0|
- 2/3 of active members are pledgers
- Reliable endowment and rental income stream
- Strong core group that is wholly interested in the church and the community.
- Church building in good shape with a charming, cozy sanctuary and an inviting, recently renovated gathering space.
- Core group is strong--but small
- Aging congregation--difficult to attract, sustain young family memberships.
- Some difficulty sustaining consistent financing.
- Desire to increase and sustain community involvement
Here is what the people of Walpole and St. John’s Church say about Walpole:
“Nestled in the Connecticut Valley of southwestern New Hampshire, Walpole is one of New England’s prettiest villages. Many of its beautiful and historic buildings have been restored by its residents, so today’s town looks much as it did years ago.”
Walpole's uniqueness comes from being a real town - not a museum like re- creation - with its citizens being its most valuable resource.”
Please email the following to the Rev. Canon Gail Avery, Canon for Transition and Community Engagement, email@example.com
- A letter of interest addressed the Search Committee of St. John's Walpole
- A current resume
- Current OTM profile