Sugarloaf United Methodist Church Committees
The Council is the primary “governing board” of the church. It is comprised of both laity and Church Staff representing the various ministry departments. The Council meets quarterly to receive reports, set priorities, and when needed, take action on specific requests. Any member of the church is welcome to attend meetings of the Council.
Staff Parish Relations Committee
The SPRC exists to serve as a “liaison” between the membership and the Ministry Staff. Their goal is to provide the Staff with the necessary resourcing and encouragement to flourish in their respective ministries. They also assist by informing the Staff of congregational needs and expectations. Working with the Staff, they determine ministry objectives and the positions needed to accomplish the goals of the church. Members of the SPRC are elected at the annual Charge Conference and serve three year terms.
To contact the Staff Parish Relations Committee:
Note: All SPR E-mail
is forwarded as well to our Senior Pastor
Colossians 3:12/Ephesians 4:15 "Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly
loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and
patience... speaking the truth in love, we will grow to
become in every respect the mature body of him who is the head, that is,
The Finance Committee is responsible for overseeing all monetary aspects of the church's ministry. It insures that all money received and spent by the church is handled in a manner consistent with our faith and mission. It prepares the annual budget, gives an accounting of all funds and works to promote faithful giving among the congregation. Members of the Finance Committee are elected at the annual Charge Conference and serve three year terms.
The Trustees are responsible for managing the physical facilities and grounds of the church campus. Recognizing that the church building is the “house of God” they take steps to insure its proper care and upkeep. Members of the Trustees are elected at the annual Charge Conference and serve three year terms.