“It takes all of us, developing and sharing our gifts and strengths,
to foster a strong and vibrant parish community.”
~ Fr. Bill
David Cromer, our Pastoral Assistant for Administration, has announced his plans to retire at the end of the calendar year. David has only been with us since May, but he has made an important impact on the parish. We have benefited from his skills and expertise. Increased family responsibilities and a growing “bucket list” has led him to discern that it is the proper time to enter retirement.
This position of Pastoral Assistant for Administration oversees and directs the business functions for the parish including personnel, finance, technology, and facilities. The one in this role assures compliance with Archdiocesan policies as well as local, state, and federal laws and regulations. The Pastoral Assistant for Administration supports and helps make possible all the ministries that take place in and through the parish.
Like all parish staff members, parishioners are needed to assist in the care of the parish. If you have any expertise in human resources, finance, technology, or facilities, please contact David or me, so that we can have strong support for our next Administrator.
Archbishop Etienne has stated, “By virtue of our common baptism, lay people and ordained ministers have a shared responsibility for the life of the Church and the spread of the Gospel.” It takes all of us, developing and sharing our gifts and strengths, to foster a strong and vibrant parish community.
This position is being listed on the archdiocesan webpage at archseattle.org/careers/