Emery Washington Convocation Information page
Welcome to the temporary (and low tech) Emery Washington Convocation page. On this page you will find information about elected positions within the convocation, the date, time, and zoom link for the convocation's first annual meeting, the proposed convocation charter, and more.
This page is only temporary and will be shut down after the first annual meeting.
Parishes within the Emery Washington Convocation
All Saints and Ascension, Northwoods
Christ Church Cathedral, St. Louis
Emmanuel, Webster Groves
Holy Communion, University City
St. Barnabas, Florissant
St. John’s, Tower Grove
St. Mark’s, St. Louis
St. Michael and St. George, Clayton
St. Paul’s, Carondelet
St. Peter’s, Ladue
St. Stephen’s, Ferguson
St. Thomas, Crestwood
Trinity, St. Louis
If you have suggestions for the proposed charter, you may send them to the Rev. Jon Stratton at email@example.com. The charter will be presented for approval at the first annual convocation meeting scheduled for February the 13th @ 2 PM.
Elected positions within the convocation
Dean and Warden
Together, the Dean and Warden gather the convocation, draft agenda meetings, appoint convocation council members, and provide oversight and leadership that drives the convocation's mission and ministry. The Dean and Warden are elected at the Convocation's Annual Meeting. Any cleric in good standing serving within the convocation is eligible to serve as Dean, and any baptized and confirmed lay person in good standing worshiping within the convocation may run for Warden.
Click here to nominate yourself or someone else to run for Dean or Warden in 2022. Nominations due by January 24th
Diocesan Council Member
Diocesan Council serves as the Bishop’s Executive Committee and is the legal entity of the Diocese.
Any cleric in good standing serving within the convocation may run for Council, and any baptized and confirmed lay person in good standing worshiping within the convocation may run for Council. The Convocation elects one cleric and two lay persons, all for two year terms.
Click here to nominate yourself or someone else to run for Diocesan Council in 2022. Nominations due by January 24th
Mission and Ministry Council Member
Much of the work of the Mission and Ministry Council will be defined by the Convocation, but the primary purpose of the Mission and Ministry Council is to drum up excitement for the Diocesan Vision- Mission and guide the execution of the plan through the Convocations. Any cleric in good standing serving within the convocation may run for Council, and any baptized and confirmed lay person in good standing worshiping within the convocation may run for Council. The Convocation nominates one cleric and one lay person.
Click here to nominate yourself or someone else to run for Mission and Ministry in 2022. Nominations due by January 24th
First convocation annual meeting 2-13-22 @ 2 PM
The Convocations first annual meeting will take place virtually via zoom on Sunday February the 13th @ 2 PM. The Zoom link will be posted on this page no later than February the 11th. At this meeting, Diocesan Convention Delegates and Clergy from the Emery Washington Convocation will conduct the following business;
Elect a Warden, a Dean, and three Diocesan Council Members
Nominate two Mission and Ministry Council Members
All Diocesan Convention Delegates duly elected at the most recent parish annual meeting and all clergy from within the convocation are invited to attend the meeting and will serve as electors.
emery Washington convening task force
The Rev. Jon Stratton, Trinity STL
The Very Rev. Kathie Adams-Shepherd, Christ Church Cathedral
The Rev. Barbi Click, St. Paul's Carondelet
The Rev. Renee Fener, All Saints and Ascension Northwoods
Mr. Travis Hall, St. John's Tower Grove
Mr. Vince Nicosia, Grace Kirkwood
Ms. Michele Nicosia, Grace Kirkwood
The Rev. Aaron Rogers, Trinity STL
For more information, please contact Jon Stratton at firstname.lastname@example.org