With great joy and excitement, your Vestry announces that the Reverend Jacob E. Pierce has accepted our unanimous call as Priest-in-Charge to lead us through this time of transition and discernment, and into the bold future we all envision for St. Peter’s.
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The Bishop Diocesan of North Carolina, the Right Reverend Samuel S. Rodman, announces his consent for the selection of the Reverend Jacob Pierce as St. Peter’s Priest-in-Charge.
A letter from the Reverend Jacob E. Pierce concerning his selection as St. Peter’s Priest-in-Charge.
A letter from St. Peter’s Vestry concerning the selection of the Reverend Jacob E. Pierce as St. Peter’s Priest-in-Charge.
In addition to planning for the short-term needs of the parish, the vestry has been in discernment over the past three weeks about the best path forward for St. Peter’s in our search for a new permanent rector.
As we move through the final weeks of the Reverend Ollie V. Rencher’s tenure with St. Peter’s, the vestry urges you to join us in celebrating the many gifts of our ministry together.
This past Monday, the St. Peter’s vestry met with the Bishop of the Diocese of North Carolina, the Right Reverend Sam Rodman as the first step in the transition process.
Summer is nearly here, and our schedules will change. Our routines will change. And, in this particular summer, our rector will change. As we meet this significant moment of transition, our engagement with St. Peter’s must not change.