Journey Through Change

The New Rector Nominating Process

This chart depicts the steps involved in the New Rector Search Process. The words highlighted in red indicate where we are in the process.


                                                                 
  Priest Resigns       Receive Names
Who is out there?
      Process Complete
 
Praise the Lord!
 
         
  Bishop
Notified
  Recruit
Candidates
  Select Candidates
 
Begin Vetting
  Church Leadership Team Retreat  
         
  Canon for Deployment Meets with Vestry   Create
Church Deployment Office
Profile
  Bishop
approves, adds or removes names
  Celebration
of
New Ministry
 
         
  Search
Begins
for Interim
Priest
  Create Parish Profile
 
Who are we?  What do we need?
  Interviews;
Reference Checks;
Visits
  Celebrate & Close
Interim
Rector’s
Ministry
 
         
  Priest
Leaves
(Effective 12/24/2011)
  Self Study
Holy
Conversations
  Committee Recommendation
to vestry.
(top 3 candidates)
  Negotioate
Letter of Agreement
 
         
  Interim
Priest
Selected
  Nomination Committee Selected
Process Starts
  Notify Bishop
Background Checks
Bishop to Bishop calls
  Issue
Call
 
         
  Celebrate Arrival
of Interim Priest
Vestry Seeks Candidates for Nomination Committee   Vestry Elects Top Candidate Notify Bishop  

Developed by Kay Collier-McLaughlin, Deputy for Deployment and Nominating Process Consultant, The Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky Deployment Office 

April 24, 2014

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