Finance and Property
The great reformer Martin Luther understood the church as both a worldly institution, and the fellowship of Christ’s people.
Land, buildings, other assets and paid staff are part of the institutional life of the church and one of the means (not the ends) by which the Spirit works in and through the church.
The Hunter Presbytery, through its ministry involving finance and property, provides oversight and expertise to congregations, faith communities and agencies as they deploy assets and personnel in Christ’s mission in the world.
FINANCE & PROPERTY COMMITTEE
Mr David Chegwidden
Mr Rick Brownell
Mr Les Butchers
Mr Robert Fogg
Ex-officio: Presbytery Chairperson, Presbytery Executive Officer, Presbytery Treasurer
To Contact the F&P Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
F&P Committee normally meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.