In the linked document (Click on the Join the Conversation button below) you’ll find the final report from the Staffing Model Task Force.  As its introduction reads, “It’s been a long time from there to here,” the here being this report. We offer it to you for your study and comment. You can comment directly in the online document and there will also be a Zoom conference meeting this Thursday (May 23rd) at noon. You can join, ask questions of those who prepared the report, and let us listen to your constructive comments. We hope you’ll come!  You can join using your computer or tablet or call in using any phone.

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Staffing Model Task Force Report Review for All

  • May 23rd at 12:00 pm

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Update: 6/6/19 – This report was given, discussed, and approved at the 6/1/19 Stated Presbytery Meeting in at Hebron United Presbyterian Church. All comments are here for your review, but this document is no longer open for revisions or comment. Any questions can be directed to the Albany Presbytery Officers.  Contact information may be found on the Staff & Officers page of our website.

About Rev. Michael Burkley

Michael has been a pastor for almost 34 years (unbelievably to him) and for over 12 of those years he has had the privilege of serving in Albany Presbytery as the pastor of the Rockwell Falls Presbyterian Church. He is currently serving as the 2020 Moderator of Albany Presbytery and is very glad to be serving God here with us.

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