Church Council has provided the following strategic priorities for 2012. While these provide focus they do not negate other significant/critical activities that occur naturally in the life of the church such as worship, Sunday School and the many outreach efforts Floris is involved in.
STRATEGIC PRIORITY # 1 – EVANGELISM - In the name of Jesus Christ, ignite a passion and equip the congregation to reach the lost in our community.
Church Council Contact: Emily Dileonardo
Staff Contacts: Tim Ward and Barbara Miner
STRATEGIC PRIORITY #2 – CONNECTION - Foster a deeper experience of, and connection to, Christian community among members of the Floris family.
Church Council Contact: Peggy Gardiner
Staff Contact: Cynthia Lopynski
STRATEGIC PRIORITY #3 – CHILDREN IN POVERTY - Embody Christ’s compassion by transforming the lives of children in poverty.
Church Council Contact: Ed Federico
Staff Contact: Jake McGlothin:
STRATEGIC PRIORITY #4 - INCLUSIVITY - Become an inclusive community that reflects the full beauty of God’s reign.
Church Council Contact: Allan Balenger
Staff Contact: Barbara Miner
STRATEGIC PRIORITY #5 – DISCIPLESHIP - Equip and inspire a deeper level of Christian formation in our congregation, mobilizing us to become more fully devoted followers of Christ.
Church Council Contact: Jim Steifvater
Staff Contact: Tim Ward
STRATEGIC PRIORITY #6 – STEWARDSHIP - Equip and motivate members of the Floris family toward greater service to God through financial stewardship.
Church Council Contact: Steve Salvatore
Staff Contact: Tom Berlin
STRATEGIC PRIORITY #7 - SERVANTHOOD - Ignite servanthood throughout our church.
Church Council Contact: Jill Stelfox
Staff Contacts: Jake McGlothin and Cynthia Lopynski
STRATEGIC PRIORITY #8 - RISK MANAGEMENT - Protect and ensure continued ministry to the Floris community through the development of a risk management plan to address safety gaps and potential liabilities.
Church Council Contract: Sandy Ambrose
Staff Contact: Pam Piester
For updates on the progress of this priorities, see Monthly Church Council Reports