In the Church of England, the Church Council is the executive committee consisting of clergy, churchwardens, and representatives of the laity. Legally, the council is responsible for the financial affairs of the Church, including the maintenance of its assets and the promotion of the mission of the church. New additions to the Church Council are elected at the Annual Church Meeting (ACM) each spring.
Revd Canon Patrick Curran (Chaplain and Chair of Council)
Revd Dr. Robert S. Kinney (Honorary Assistant Chaplain)
Sunday Ajayi (Archdeaconry)
Ben Dannenmaier (Archdeaconry)
Miranda Kopetzky (Diocese)
Morkor Korley (Archdeaconry)
Frank Sauer (Archdeaconry)
Wilson von Kessler
Church Mission Statement
The Council is guided by the Church Mission Statement [pdf, 684kb].
In order to establish the good working order of the Chaplaincy, the Council has adopted a Church Constitution [pdf, 202kb].
Principles for Discussions
Part of the work of the Church Council is to enter into discussion on challenging topics facing the church. In order to facilitate these discussions well, the Council has adopted Principles for Discussions [pdf, 391kb].
To provide guidance on our print publications, including the Church magazine, the Council adopted an Editorial Policy [pdf, 259kb].
Social Media Policy
To provide guidance on our social media and online streams of communication, the Council adopted a Social Media Policy [pdf, 508kb].