Leadership

LEADING GRACE

Leadership

LEADING GRACE

LEADERSHIP

The Very Reverend Stephen Brehe
The Very Reverend Stephen Brehe

LONG-TERM SUPPLY PRIEST
The Very Rev. Stephen Brehe serves Grace’s worship and pastoral care needs while we conduct a search for a new priest-in-charge to lead our congregation. He served as Dean of St. Peter’s Cathedral in Helena, Montana, for nearly 19 years before retiring in 2010. Father Brehe and his wife Jackie have been long-time wintertime regulars at Grace and own a home in St. George.

 

BISHOP'S COMMITTEE
The Bishop’s Committee serves as the governing body of the church. Members serve staggered three-year terms, and replacements for outgoing members of the Committee are elected by parishioners at each year’s annual meeting.

Current Executive Committee members are:

  • The Very Rev. Stephen Brehe, Priest-in-Charge
  • Dennis Holland, Junior Warden (2020)
  • Carol Ann Mitchell, Treasurer (2020)
  • Mike Smith, Bishop’s Warden (re-appointed each year)
  • Peg Stephens, Clerk (re-appointed each year)

Other Bishop’s Committee members are:

  • Jean Brown (2019)
  • Lola DeLong (2018)
  • Yvonne Lambros (2020)
  • Michael Tabor (2018)

Each member of the Bishop’s Committee serves as liaison to a key ministry area, as defined by the SWEEPS model used by many Episcopal churches:

Left to right: Yvonne Lambros, Lola DeLong, Jean Brown, Michael Tabor.
Left to right: Yvonne Lambros, Lola DeLong, Jean Brown, Michael Tabor.

  • Service: Michael Tabor
  • Worship: Yvonne Lambros
  • Evangelism: Peg Stephens
  • Education: Lola DeLong
  • Pastoral Care/Parish Life: Jean Brown
  • Stewardship: Dennis Holland and Carol Ann Mitchell

The SWEEPS model provides for greater coordination and communication between all aspects of church life. For more information about SWEEPS ministries, check out our Ministries page.

 

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LONG-TERM SUPPLY PRIEST
The Very Rev. Stephen Brehe serves Grace’s worship and pastoral care needs while we conduct a search for a new priest-in-charge to lead our congregation. He served as Dean of St. Peter’s Cathedral in Helena, Montana, for nearly 19 years before retiring in 2010. Father Brehe and his wife Jackie have been long-time wintertime regulars at Grace and own a home in St. George.

 

The Very Reverend Stephen Brehe
The Very Reverend Stephen Brehe

 

BISHOP'S COMMITTEE
The Bishop’s Committee serves as the governing body of the church. Members serve staggered three-year terms, and replacements for outgoing members of the Committee are elected by parishioners at each year’s annual meeting.

Current Executive Committee members are:

  • The Very Rev. Stephen Brehe, Priest-in-Charge
  • Dennis Holland, Junior Warden (2020)
  • Carol Ann Mitchell, Treasurer (2020)
  • Mike Smith, Bishop’s Warden (re-appointed each year)
  • Peg Stephens, Clerk (re-appointed each year)

Other Bishop’s Committee members are:

  • Jean Brown (2019)
  • Lola DeLong (2018)
  • Yvonne Lambros (2020)
  • Michael Tabor (2018)

Left to right: Yvonne Lambros, Lola DeLong, Jean Brown, Michael Tabor.
Left to right: Yvonne Lambros, Lola DeLong, Jean Brown, Michael Tabor.

Each member of the Bishop’s Committee serves as liaison to a key ministry area, as defined by the SWEEPS model used by many Episcopal churches:

  • Service: Michael Tabor
  • Worship: Yvonne Lambros
  • Evangelism: Peg Stephens
  • Education: Lola DeLong
  • Pastoral Care/Parish Life: Jean Brown
  • Stewardship: Dennis Holland and Carol Ann Mitchell

The SWEEPS model provides for greater coordination and communication between all aspects of church life. For more information about SWEEPS ministries, check out our Ministries page.

 

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STAFF

Diane Biniewicz, Administrative Assistant to the Priest
Diane Biniewicz
Administrative Assistant
to the Priest
Susan Talley, Organist
Susan Talley
Organist
Chris Giles, Pianist
Chris Giles
Pianist
Dale Miller, Sexton
Dale Miller
Sexton

ASSISTING CLERGY

We are blessed to have two retired Episcopal priests as part of our church family to assist on an as-needed basis.

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Jeff Stephens</strong></br>Retired</font>
The Rev. Jeff Stephens
Retired
<font style="color:#FFFFFF;"><strong>The Rev.
Dolores Wiens</strong></br>Retired</font>
The Rev. Dolores Wiens
Retired

OUR GREATER CHURCH COMMUNITY

Hayashi
Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi

Grace is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah, headquartered in Salt Lake City. The Episcopal Church in Utah is a diocese of the Episcopal Church USA, part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The diocese consists of 22 parishes and missions and over 6,000 members across Utah and one parish in Northern Arizona. The Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi serves as the 11th bishop of the Diocese of Utah.

 

For further information about the beliefs and work of the Diocese of Utah and The Episcopal Church, check out these websites:

OUR GREATER CHURCH COMMUNITY

Hayashi
Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi

Grace is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah, headquartered in Salt Lake City. The Episcopal Church in Utah is a diocese of the Episcopal Church USA, part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The diocese consists of 22 parishes and missions and over 6,000 members across Utah and one parish in Northern Arizona. The Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi serves as the 11th bishop of the Diocese of Utah.

 

For further information about the beliefs and work of the Diocese of Utah and The Episcopal Church, check out these websites:

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