Staff and Volunteers
Christ Episcopal Church, Mexia

505 E. Commerce
Mexia Texas 76667-4125
903.390.6886


Name Position Contact
Email
Father Ray Vicar vicar@christchurchmexia.org
Richard Bishop's Warder richardo@christchurchmexia.org
Alan People's Warden aland@christchurchmexia.org
Keith Church Treasurer keitht@christchurchmexia.org
Linda Choir Director lindaa@christchurchmexia.org
Pam Altar Guild Co-Chair pamalad@christchurchmexia.org
Mary Lou Altar Guild Co-Chair maryloub@christchurchmexia.org

Definitions

Altar Guild
A volunteer group of the parish whose ministry is to care for the altar, vestments, vessels, and altar linens of the parish. Altar Guild members prepare the sanctuary for services, and clean up afterwards. Altar Guild members frequently supervise the decoration of the sanctuary of the parish with flowers.
Chapel
A chapel is a religious place of fellowship, prayer and worship that is attached to a larger institution or that is considered an extension of a primary religious institution. It may be part of a larger structure or complex, such as a church or diocese.
People's Warden
The People's Warden is often given responsibility for the upkeep of the parish buildings and grounds. The People's Warden presides at vestry meetings if both the rector and the senior warden are absent. The People's Warden is known as the "junior warden."
Bishop's Warden
The Bishop's Warden is usually the primary elected lay leader of the congregation, and serves as a principal liaison between the parish and the rector. The Bishop's Warden typically presides at vestry meetings in the absence of the rector. In case of clerical vacancy, the Bishop's Warden may be the ecclesiastical authority of the parish for certain purposes. In some parishes, the Bishop's Warden is known as the "senior warden."
Vicar
A member of the clergy in charge of a chapel

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