All Parish Meeting Feb 28 2012

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  • All Parish Meeting Feb 28 2012

    1. 1. Parish MeetingFebruary 28, 2012
    2. 2. Anecdotes from Staff• Louise• Kathy, Administrator • You can get up-to-date information of your giving throughout the year by logging in to CCB.• Matt, who leads the music • Pilgrim songs• Liz, seminarian • Outreach booklet and a fun weekend of prayer training• Erin, associate rector • Women’s Retreat, Pre-Marriage Ministry, Sacraments
    3. 3. 2011 EOY and 2012 YTD Finance ReportJan Ryerson, treasurer
    4. 4. Summary Income Statement Twelve months ending August 31, 2011Operating Fund Actual Budget % BudgetIncome $ 733,316 $ 563,942 130%Expenses $ 554,371 $ 613,019 90%Surplus $ 178,945 $ (49,077)Designated Funds (Including Outreach Commitment of 10% of Giving)Income $ 127,857Expenditures $ 116,308Surplus $ 11,549
    5. 5. Summary Income Statement Five months ending January 31, 2012Operating Fund Actual Budget % BudgetIncome $ 447,275 $ 353,250 127%Expenses $ 290,582 $ 345,455 84%Surplus $ 156,693 $ 7,795Designated Funds (Including Outreach Commitment of 10% of Giving)Income $ 65,926Expenditures $ 35,422Surplus $ 30,504
    6. 6. Analysis of Operating Expenses Twelve months ending August 31, 2011 Actual % TotalPersonnel $ 396,868 59%Outreach $ 119,185 18%Facilities $ 59,434 9%Administration $ 24,160 4%Worship $ 24,892 4%Connections and Community $ 20,418 3%Childrens Ministry $ 5,463 1%Professional Development $ 4,310 1%Small Groups $ 1,959 0%Youth Ministry $ 2,421 0%Assimilation $ 1,809 0%Anglican Communion $ 9,761 1%Total Operating Expenses $ 670,679 100%
    7. 7. Analysis of Operating Expenses Five months ending January 31, 2012 Actual % TotalPersonnel $ 178,744 62%Outreach $ 35,422 12%Facilities $ 23,181 8%Administration $ 19,203 7%Worship $ 16,567 6%Connections and Community $ 8,503 3%Childrens Ministry $ 3,839 1%Professional Development $ 2,307 0%Small Groups $ 467 0%Youth Ministry $ 75 0%Assimilation $ 994 0%Anglican Communion $ 1,282 0%Total Operating Expenses $ 290,582 100%
    8. 8. Summary Balance Sheet August 31, 2011 Assets LiabilitiesCash Operating $ 182,599 Mortgage Note Payable $ 729,505 Cafeteria Spending / Designated - Outreach $ 42,964 Employee Retirement $ 41 Total Cash $ 225,563 Net Assets / EquityPrepaid Expenses $ 7,816 Operating / Outreach $ 570,897Property $ 1,067,064Total Assets $ 1,300,443 Total Liabilities and Funds $ 1,300,443
    9. 9. Summary Balance Sheet January 31, 2012 Assets LiabilitiesCash Operating $ 209,149 Mortgage Note Payable $ 719,891 Savings $ 129,691 Accounts Payable $ 3,600 Cafeteria Spending / Designated - Outreach $ 30,709 Employee Retirement $ 6,357 Designated - Building $ 14,341 Total Cash $ 383,890 Net Assets / EquityPrepaid Expenses $ 6,434 Operating / Outreach $ 731,140Property $ 1,067,064Total Assets $ 1,457,388 Total Liabilities and Funds $ 1,457,387
    10. 10. AVERAGE GIVING PER SUNDAY BY QUARTER$25,000 — $24,465$20,000 IA $15,915 $17,078 I $15,000 $14,588 ,. $13,014 I $ 430 1 I 2009 I $ 9775 _i [ £ $12,864 2010 $10,000 $11,667 $7,922 i 2011 2012 $5,000 I $0 I - -. - 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter
    11. 11. Average Per Person Giving Per Sunday Per Quarter$80$70 $62_____$60 - $54 $44 2OO9$50 - ---- — r— 2O1O$40 2011$30 I •2012$20 F$10 V 1stQuaer - 2ndQuaer 3rdQuaer 4thQuaer -
    12. 12. Discipleship Task ForceNext Steps:• Sermon series on Paul was great.• We are reading a book together in Lent• We are starting a weekly prayer meeting: Tuesdays at7:30• Intentional small groups on both ends of MaturityContinuum.
    13. 13. Update on Hiring
    14. 14. Long Range Facility Team
    15. 15. History of 1815 N Quincy Street• Summer 2008: Servant team began looking for Sundayworship space.• Late Fall 2008: Servant team unanimously decided on TBCas the best option.• January 2009: Restoration begins meeting on Sundaymornings• Spring/Summer 2009: Investigation of the Arlingtonmarket for leased office space• July 18, 2009: TBC informs us of their intention to sell
    16. 16. History of 1815 N Quincy Street• Fall 2009: Chris Comeau evaluates and sketches feasibilityplan for 1815 N Quincy• January 2010: Bill Burke makes a sweep of Arlington foralternative space• April 2010: Vestry unanimously resolves to make an offeron 1815 N Quincy• August 2010: TBC disbands.• October 2010: Restoration closes on the building for $1million.
    17. 17. Present Day
    18. 18. 2011/2012 Restoration Average Monthly Sunday Attendance500450 404 4O344O400 47 338__—35___’%%%_347___. 335350300 336 310 325 326 —TOTAL SUNDAY AVERAGE250 300 301 303 298 280 270284 271263 ATTE N DANCE200 —Total Adults in Sunday150 Services 90 78 84100 67 68 70 67 72 71 70 —Total Kids in Sunday — Services 33 35 50 0 ç N C, & _ _ N
    19. 19. 2011/2012 RESTORATION ATTENDANCE600500 — —-- —________400 ———-——-—-—————— —300 ————-200 ——————-——-——-— --- ——________________________________ —-100 0 - 16-Jan 16-Feb 16-Mar 16-Apr 16-May 16-Jun 16-Jul 16-Aug 16-Sep 16-Oct 16-Nov 16-Dec 16-Jan 16-Feb TOTALSUNDAYATTENDANCE Total Adults in SundayServices — Total Kids in Sunday Services
    20. 20. Average Sunday Attendance Per Quarter450 — // 79400 -350-’ 286300 - • 2009250 12010 -1200150 1 :1 12011 12012 LLEEZZ . 1st Quarter .. JZEL 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter
    21. 21. Facility concept approved by county:• Larger facility with 350-400 person sanctuary,fellowship hall, additional classrooms and office spaceon current plot of land• Maintain three service format to keep the small-churchfeel• Build new sanctuary while meeting off-site• Maximize on-site parking spaces
    22. 22. Where we are in the process Facility Concept and Complete Fund Raising Move to Temp Location Parking Plan Approval Phase 1 Dreaming Session and Site Plan Approved by Begin Construction Space Needs Assessment County Architectural Drawings Neighborhood Meetings Complete Construction Approved by Vestry (2)
    23. 23. What is being done:• We had a dreaming session with LRFT, vestry, and staff.• We issued a Request for Qualifications and receivedsubmissions from ten architecture firms.• The vestry is discussing a plan for fund-raising.• We are searching for a temporary facility.• There will be two neighborhood meetings in the spring forneighbors to give their feedback.
    24. 24. What should you do?• Pray• Attend the weekly Tuesday evening prayer meeting• Park at W-L and ride the shuttle.
    25. 25. Q and A

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