Class of 2023 Elder and Board of Trustees Nominations:
Deadline Extended To Sunday, April 21
The Officer Nominating Committee seeks the names of individuals who love Jesus Christ, who have a strong faith, and who are committed to him as their Lord and Savior to serve as Elders or on the Board of Trustees.
There are six positions open for the Class of 2023. Elders are charged with oversight of the spiritual life of our congregation- leading, governing, and if necessary, disciplining its members (covenant partners). Full description provided in recommendation form.
Board of Trustees
There are three positions open for a three-year term. The Board of Trustees oversees FPC's real property and the special permanent funds related to the real property. Nominees should have experience with or a working knowledge related to real property and permanent funds, e.g. finance/budgeting, property management, facility operations, and maintenance. Full requirements can be found in the recommendation form.
Prayerfully consider recommending a servant leader in your midst.
Please read the Class of 2023 Elder/Trustee Recommendation Form before filling out the online version below. If you choose to print and fill out the Recommendation Form, please return no later than Sunday, April 21 to the drop-off box at the Welcome Center or mail to:
First Presbyterian Church
Attention: Lisa Psillas
Officer Nominating Committee
5300 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77004
If you need more information please contact George Mallory at email@example.com.
As a member of First Presbyterian Church, Houston and following prayerful consideration, I recommend the following member to serve on the Session or the Board of Trustees. I believe this candidate possesses the spiritual maturity and leadership to serve as an Elder or Trustee. My specific reasons for proposing this member for the office of Elder or Trustee are set forth in the form below. These reasons include a demonstrated commitment to Christ, service to this church, special talents, gifts and experiences (teaching, committee work, volunteer activities, etc.) or knowledge and experiences that equip them to serve in the capacity of Elder/Trustee.