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LETTER FROM SHAWN REILLY, INTERIM HEAD OF STAFF
2016 YEAR IN REVIEW
OUR CHURCH LEADERSHIP
DIGITAL MINISTRY UPDATE
MINUTES FROM THE ANNUAL CONGREGATIONAL MEETING
BOARD OF TRUSTEES, ELDERS, NOMINATING COMMITTEE
BOARD OF DEACONS
2016 Financial Reports as of 1/25/17
INTERIM HEAD OF STAFF “Thank you for giving generously of your time, talent and treasure in support of our ministry and mission. And thank you to all those who are participating in our vision of ‘Extending the Family.’” Dear St. Andrew’s Family, It is an absolute joy to serve with you. I really mean that. We have something special going on here at St. Andrew’s and I am hopeful it is only going to get better in the years ahead. While it is certainly easy to think of the construction and pastoral transition as the defining events of 2016, the reality is there are so many things for which we can be grateful in this past year. The total amount of contributions given in 2016 to fund our operating budget, our “Welcome Home” vision, and the various dedicated gifts that were received is really quite remarkable. And the strategic area in which God has planted St. Andrew’s allows us to have tremendous capacity to fund Kingdom work beyond the reach of our own community. There is nothing more exciting than to see your generosity give expression to God’s vision of transforming lives and shaping this community for Christ. Thank you for giving generously of your time, talent and treasure in support of our ministry and mission. And thank you to all those who are participating in our vision of “Extending the Family.” A home is at its best when it offers hospitality to others. As a result, we are seeing new churches planted in Africa (Kenya and South Africa), our digital online and mobile community reach new places we never imagined, and nearly 100 homeless children find a home through our partnership with Project Hope Alliance.
This report is filled with information, milestones, pictures and your stories of how we are fulfilling our mission of “following Jesus Christ to lead lives that reveal God’s goodness.” God is alive and on the move here in this community. Please make an effort to see the meaning behind the information and pictures provided in these pages. Each milestone, description, or picture describes a human soul and the good work of God in a person’s life, here, near and far. As our Pastor Nominating Committee officially begins their work of discernment in calling our next Lead Pastor, we have a tremendous opportunity to embody our mission and demonstrate our REAL values in doing so. It is truly a joy to be a part of what God is doing here at St. Andrew’s. I hope reading this Annual Report is as joyful an experience for you as it has been for me. And I trust it will embolden you to have hopeful anticipation for all the good things God has planned this year. Serving together,
Shawn Reilly Interim Head of Staff
60 St. Andrew’s volunteers visited Whittier Elementary to participate in Read Across America™.
Pastor Joel, the Executive Director and Founder of Side-By-Side Seed International Schools in Western Kenya, spoke in services.
Super Saturday, an all-generations game night that builds relationships with one another and the men of Teen Challenge, launched in April.
Through our food collection, KidWorks filled 24 baskets with food and necessary items for families in need living in Central Santa Ana.
Pastor Megan spoke with Elder and mom of two, Kyle Team, at our Parent-Child classes about creating a “Sticky Faith” in our kids!
Our families had so much fun at Family Camp 2016 up at Forest Home in August.
Pastor Chap Clark spoke at our 2016 Christmas Eve services.
Our congregation celebrated the groundbreaking of our 2020 vision to create a space to belong.
OUR CHURCH LEADERSHIP
DIGITAL MINISTRY UPDATE
GATHER Christmas and Easter
Participation in worship grew 4% in 2016. Here are the 6 sermon series we walked through together.
Attendance increased 5% in 2016!
In “Second Nature,” we encountered the spiritual power of habit, and how routine acts of prayer, worship and study combine to affect meaningful life transformation. In the “Neighboring,” series we learned that revealing God’s goodness is as simple as engaging in everyday acts of kindness and love toward those God places around us. In the sermon series, “Living Beyond Myself,” we learned how God’s work in us overcomes the obstacles that bar us from living the abundant life that God offers in Jesus. In the sermon series, “Pardon Our Dust,” we discovered that the good work that God is beginning in us will come to completion, and how our flaws reveal His strength. In the sermon series, “Augmented Reality,” we learned calling on God and being attentive to the presence of the Holy Spirit and its power to shape us. In the sermon series, “His Kingdom Will Never End,” we explored how our citizenship in the Kingdom of Heaven transforms the focus of our celebration at Christmas.
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3314 Total Members as of 1/1/2016 6 5 43 78
Deleted from membership Transferred membership to another church Deceased members New members
3338 Total Members as of 12/31/2016
7 of our St. Andrew’s family were baptized at the beach in 2016, ranging in age from 2 to 86. 8
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GATHER Worship Attendance
Overall Giving Operations and Welcome Home
200 190 180 170 160 150
Saturday 5:30 p.m. A1endance
Sunday 8:00 a.m. A.endance 390 380 370 360 350 340
Sunday 9:30 a.m. A/endance 800 790 780 770 760 750 740 730
2015 Giving (Opera3ons and Welcome Home)
2016 Giving (Opera3ons and Welcome Home)
•2016 Operating Budget 6% behind 2015 giving •Overall giving to the Welcome Home 2020 Vision and Operating Budget beyond previous years •552 new contributing families in 2016 •Overall attendance increase of 4% in 2016 - new families are calling St. Andrew’s their church home! •80% funded of Welcome Home 2020 Vision, yet only 60% through 3-year commitment
Operating Fund $7,000,000.00 $6,000,000.00 $5,000,000.00 $4,000,000.00 $3,000,000.00
Average Weekly A,endance All Services 1860 1840 1820 1800 1780 1760 1740 1720 1700 1680 1660 1640
2014 Giving (Opera3ons and Welcome Home)
Sunday 11:11 a.m. A-endance 460 440 420 400 380
20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0
Opera&ng Fund (2016) Funds All 2015 Contributions to St. Andrew’s Opera&ng Fund (2015)
Opera&ng Fund (2014)
$0.00 Total Pledged
Families that Gave
Opera&ng Fund (2013) Unpledged Contribu&ons
CREATING SPACE TO BELONG PRAYER Heavenly Father, You have called us to love You, and equally as important, love one another. May our worship services only be as great as our service to our brothers, sisters and neighbors. As we enter into 2017, unite us in worship, in Spirit, in Truth, in Word and in deed. May we know that because we belong to You, we belong to each other. In the name of Jesus we pray, amen.
BUILD Women’s Ministry
Women attend weekly Bible studies (a 200% growth)
Women attend other fellowship events
Women’s leaders and co-leaders for small groups and more
New ministries with women using their passions, gifts and talents to help others
“Energetic, lovely women, real people!” - Gerri “Women’s bible study is very welcoming and inspirational” - Rosalind
Men’s Ministry “The fellowship and learning offered at the Tuesday Morning Bible Study has encouraged and strengthened me. As I have grown in my walk with God over the years I have realized how important the fellowship of men really is to me and how God has used those relationships.” - Bob
Life Groups “In today’s world, there’s not much trust in anything. It’s just not there. And so it’s important knowing you have a handful of people that you can communicate with from the depths of your heart and know that they care about you, and that the Lord cares about you, and what you say stays within the confines of your group.” - Ruth
Men attend Mid-Week studies
Men participated in 2016 Golf Tournament
Men attend other fellowship events
Active Life Groups
Life Groups meet in homes
Life Groups meet on the church campus
BUILD WNT(Wednesday Night Together) “WNT helped me see that we can live in the kingdom now! ... I have been so blessed by the teaching at St. Andrew’s and I so hope I can continue contributing to help serve others here to bring the kingdom closer.” - Ron
Attended “Neighboring - A Study on Ephesians”
Attended “Love and Logic”
Successful Alpha groups
Attended “Spiritual Disciplines”
Volunteers learning and leading in this new approach to sharing our faith
“Alpha is the first time I’ve gotten to talk honestly about Christianity without someone forcing it down my throat. My Alpha group was amazing.” - Tyler (Alpha guest)
People in our half-day spiritual retreats and our spiritual disciplines series at WNT in the fall (designed and led by our Spiritual Retreats Team)
“I was taught some techniques to use in prayer, and the next thing I knew, it was just me and Jesus…he answered my prayers and took away my distraction. I got so much out of the my first Half-Day Spiritual Retreat, that I can’t imagine missing any of the others.” - Tracy “These retreats provide protected, designated time with Christ. Without the structure of this retreat, it’s difficult to listen to God. The half-day retreats make help make time with Christ a possibility and a priority.” - Marcus
CREATING SPACE TO BELONG PRAYER Welcoming God, my prayer is that we will become people who confidently invite, welcome, and love anyone to our tables and that we will have more and more opportunities to share time, meals, and the good news of the Gospel with our friends, family, neighbors and colleagues.
BUILD Family Ministries
Average number of kids down in the Youth Center on a daily basis
Average number of children/students that attend weekly programs (weekend and midweek)
25 80 60 70 85 10 Number of leaders serving in Family Ministries
16 21 17 15 16
Quote from Waverly
“Before joining Refuge junior year, I hadn’t been involved in a youth group since middle school. During that time, I think I lost motivation for Jesus and I questioned the point a lot. I now realize that the big thing I was missing in my life was a sense of community. Refuge has given me so many friends that I will cherish forever. Refuge has taught me that Jesus isn’t just in church, but he is everywhere in my life. Each time I go to Refuge I am given the opportunity to connect with community and grown closer to God as I reflect on my week, talk to God about anything that is on my mind, and learn new things about God and life.”
Quote from Tracy
“It’s so nice to see our children with a sense of purpose and faith in their lives thanks to St. Andrew’s and the youth program. Week after week the sense of excitement, level of communication, kindness to others, friendship development and the anticipation of attending the youth program has been comforting to witness.”
CREATING SPACE TO BELONG PRAYER Pray for more adult leaders to support the growth of all our areas of ministry. Our goal is to have one leader for every 5 kids/ students and since we are continually growing, we are always in need of more leaders! Pray that we better engage the parents of our students, coming alongside and supporting them as they disciple their children.
BUILD Tuitions Parent Child Serves
To create a space to belong for young moms to connect with other moms, we will bring back Monday Summer Playdays for 7 weeks.
To meet the needs of our parents and preschoolers we will start for the first time a summer preschool program.
WATCH (after school ministry) Serves
Our after school program kids partnered with KidWorks and provided 75 gifts for Christmas.
Wonderful Weekdays Serves
Still the best Christian 7 week summer camp in the community!
CREATING SPACE TO BELONG PRAYER We pray that our tuition families will feel that our campus is a place to come and experience Godâ€™s love through connections with the church body of believers.
SEND Missions - Serving Here, Near and Far
of St. Andrew’s Missions ministries are fully lay led
St. Andrew’s servants participated in Serve Day blessing 15 ministry partners and our local community through practical acts of service
people participated in 5 familyfriendly serve opportunities in 2016 (Project Hope Alliance, Refugee Response,Thanksgiving Outreach, Tecate, Super Saturday)
Whittier Elementary School Partnership
30 servants devoted 2 hrs/wk in the classroom to help students read at grade level. 330 more servants moved this partnership forward at various events such as Read Across America and Serve Day.
NorthEast of the Well
185 served alongside our local mission partner by building homes, installing playground equipment, leading a science camp and sharing the love of Jesus with the children of Rancho San Juan Bosco Orphanage.
111 St. Andrew’s servants invested in this relational, redemptive…and expanding Kingdom work.
98 servants shared hope and the 301 people discovered new love of Christ to 109 women in friendships and served at Super recovery-based programs. Saturday. 69 provided food 27 women accepted or and served at Teen Challenge’s recommitted their life to Christ. Thanksgiving Outreach blessing 150 community members.
Grand Canyon 9 servants ministered to the Havasupai people alongside the Veterinary Christian Foundation. 19 Havasupai children were sent to Broken Arrow Bible Ranch camp. 3 children professed their faith in Jesus.
Project Hope Alliance Royal Family Kids’ Camp Refugee Response Event 150 servants packed 9,430 lbs. of food at the Food Packing Drive for the families of Project Hope Alliance who are transitioning out of homelessness.
21 servants shared the love of Jesus with foster children at camp this past summer.
120 people blessed arriving refugees by assembling 80 kitchen and baby kits for recently relocated families.
Looking forward … 2 new ministries are prepped for launch in 2017: Pro Deo church plant, Cape Town Human Trafficking
CREATING SPACE TO BELONG PRAYER Lord, open our hearts to care for those who do not yet know You, here, near and far. Compel us to expand our tables to include neighbors and acquaintances who need to experience Your loving-kindness and call us to join Your example of servant leadership.
SEND GENERAL MISSION GIVING ECO Denominational Giving $ 138,620 Seminarians and Seminary Support 8,000 Stewardship 14,450 Designated Missions Giving 93,926 Disaster Relief 1,666 Strategic/Vision Mission Giving 53,099 TOTAL GENERAL $ 309,761 FAR Missionaries and Organizations $ 12,200 Africa/Kenya Mission 51,246 Agongo Partnerships 119,390 Asia 7,012 Americas 27,129 Other Designated 30,939 TOTAL FAR $ 247,916 NEAR Missionaries At Risk/Recovery Education/Community Development Border Ministry Teen Challenge City Impact Grand Canyon Other Designated TOTAL NEAR
HERE NorthEast of the Well Education/Community Development At Risk/Recovery Mental Outreach Other Designated TOTAL HERE
15,600 18,500 16,000 38,702 47,874 31,253 4,212 22,177 194,318
TOTAL MISSIONS GIVING
Housebuilding team in Tecate
52,953 19,293 16,005 19,326 32,416 139,993
OTHER MISSION GIVING Friends of Music $ 70,724 Pilots Mission Donuts 12,210 Deacons 35,238 Other Mission Giving 20,476 TOTAL OTHER MISSION GIVING $ 138,648 EXTENDING THE FAMILY Church Plants Digital Media Outreach Missions Here Missions Near Missions Far TOTAL EXTENDING THE FAMILY
Human Trafficking team on discernment trip to India
Assembling Refugee Response Kits
113,198 180,398 1,455 163,753 100,000 588,804
$ 1,589,440 Sharing the love of Jesus at Royal Family Kidsâ€™ Camp
1,228 Visitations were made to people in the hospital or at home by the Deacons
390 167 45
Rides were provided through the Cadillac Club ministry
Memorial services were hosted
Personal cards and notes sent to members
Homebound people People were helped Families were helped stay connected through financially through the with bereavement mailed sermons and Deacon Fund support bulletins
22 160 32
Bags of food staples were given to people coming to the church for help
Families in crisis have been delivered meals by the Deacons
Memorial receptions were hosted
People are driven to worship regularly through the Taxi Ministry
CREATING SPACE TO BELONG PRAYER 16
Dear Heavenly Father, You know and see the physical and spiritual needs of everyone. Help us to see others as You do and invite them into our hearts, homes and church. May others see Jesus in us as we extend to them Your grace, love and compassion. Give us generosity and humility as we use what You have given us to care for Your people. May there be no needy among us, may we all experience the spiritually abundant life You promise, and may You receive all the glory. In the loving name of Jesus, Amen!
FINANCIAL UPDATE Greetings to the St. Andrew’s church family, In a year of unprecedented transition, the congregation faithfully responded: -The Church was within 1.0% of its gross operating budget in 2016: • Income received was $7.229M, $206K below budget • Expenses were $6.961M, $134K better than budget • Net operating income was $268K, $72K below budget, but within 1.0% of our budgeted gross operating income of $7.435M - Welcome Home receipts: • $4.669M in 2016 - Including both operating income and Welcome Home receipts, in excess of $12.1M was received in 2016! - Balance sheet: • Cash: as of December 31, 2016, cash in the bank totaled $4.0M. This total is comprised of: • $2.5M operating and capital reserves • $0.7M in cash for Welcome Home • $0.8M in dedicated accounts • Debt: as of December 31, 2016, debt was $1.2M primarily related to the acquisition of the parsonage In summary, 2016 was an outstanding year for St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, especially in light of the ongoing and unprecedented transition. The congregation responded with extreme generosity, reflecting their trust in God’s plan for this church body. It is my prayer that the momentum St. Andrew’s has continues so that we can accomplish our Welcome Home 2020 vision and further realize our mission to follow Jesus Christ to lead lives that reveal God’s goodness. Respectfully submitted, Chris Edmonds Treasurer
Pledged Contributions $ 1,561,400 Non-Pledged Contributions 4,586,225 Loose Offering 138,000 Investment Income 0 Tuition Income 1,149,375
$ 1,847,687 4,100,101 138,749 3,036 1,139,466
2016 DISBURSEMENTS Worship Ministries Family Ministries Adult Ministries Care Ministries Missions Outreach Sr. Pastor Office Sr. Associate Pastor Office Executive Director Office Communications Business Administration Operations and Technology Facilities and Maintenance
774,846 763,422 741,730 737,845 439,759 434,216 87,034 128,591 868,135 829,262 580,522 567,799 355,019 297,870 349,300 370,198 301,923 314,887 509,986 506,716 493,066 456,583 479,144 462,910
Tuition-Based Programs Preschool W.A.T.C.H. Programs Parent/Child
673,719 350,318 90,499
666,491 339,821 84,613
NET OPERATING INCOME $
TO: CAPITAL RESERVES $
ANNUAL MEETING St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Minutes from the Annual Congregational Meeting Sunday, February 7, 2016 Moderator: Rev. Dr. Richard Kannwischer Opening Devotion and Prayer: Dr. Richard Kannwisher Approval of the Minutes: Moved and Seconded – The minutes of the Annual Congregational Meeting of February 1, 2015 were approved. Report of the Nominating Committee: Tim Bauer Election of the Deacons Class of 2019: Melissa Davison, Jeanne Goodin, Devon Haskell, Diane Monroe, Sharon Richard, Linda Roberson, Ken Swift, Meredith Swift, Cheryl Thoreen Motion to close nominations for Deacons. M/S: passed by acclamation. Motion to approve the slate of Deacons Class of 2019, M/S passed by acclamation Election of the Elder Class of 2019: Steven Kishi, John Loftus, Natalie Pickup, Anita Sherbanee, Kyle Team Motion to close nominations for Elders. M/S: passed by acclamation Motion to approve the slate of Elders Class of 2019. M/S: passed by acclamation Election of the Nominating Committee: Class of 2017: Tim Bauer, Adam Goodman, Bret Hanson, Jim Manifold, Michelle Partington, Karen Pederson, Pat Scruggs, Sue Faassen: Deacon Representative Class of 2018: Brian Davison, Jake Easton, Dede Gile, Candace Nesbitt, Fritz Westerhout Class of 2019: Fenton Carey, Marshall Eddy, Jan Landstrom, Cindy Talbott, Kyle Team Motion to close nominations for Nominating Committee. M/S: passed by acclamation. Motion to approve the slate for Nominating Committee. M/S: passed by acclamation. Motion by Rich to ordain and install February 2016; passed by acclamation. President of the Board of Trustees: Jack Weiblen. Jack reviewed the membership report: beginning active membership 3243, total membership gains: 150, total membership losses: 77; total ending active membership: 3316. Treasurers Report – Jack Weiblen (on behalf of Treasurer Loren Pannier) 2015 Update: Balance Sheet: Debt: the entire long-term debt was paid off in 2015. SAPC is debt free, owns the campus free and clear and holds title to the property. Cash position: 6.7M: 3.2M in operating and capital reserves; 2.8M in cash from pledges supporting the 2020 vision; .7M in dedicated accounts. Cash Balances: Operating Reserves: $937.421; Capital Reserves: $2,248,687; Welcome Home: $2,835,604; Dedicated Accounts: $723,381 Presentation of the 2016 Budget as approved by Session in the amount of $7,435,000 The 2016 budget is less than the 2015 actual income. $340,000 is allocated to future Capital Reserve Funding. Session also approved $600K Capital Expenditure from $2.2M Capital Reserves; and, $7M Creating a Space to Belong – Campus Renovation Rev. Dr. Richard Kannwischer mentioned that the outgoing Elders and Deacons would be honored at the Lead Team Dinner on February 9, 2016. Old Business: None, New Business: None Closing Prayer led by Rev. Dr. Richard Kanniwscher at 11:05 a.m.
2016 LAY LEADERSHIP BOARD OF TRUSTEES President VP Secretary Treasurer Asst. Treasurer Clerk of Session
Anita Sherbanee Jack Weiblen Tom Brock Chris Edmonds David Team Judy Combs
Tim Bauer Nick Yaru Amy Guder Stacy McCullough Penn Post
Tom Brock Corey Wicks Chris Edmonds Karen Taillon Jack Weiblen
ELDER CLASS: 2020 Stan Jantz Dick Taylor Drew Graham Dana Binford Scott Read
NOMINATING COMMITTEE CLASSES: 2017 Tim Bauer Sue Faassen Bret Hanson Jim Manifold Michelle Partington Karen Pederson Pat Scruggs
Steven Kishi Kyle Team John Loftus Natalie Pickup Anita Sherbanee
DEACON CLASS: 2020 Michael Alabi Timmy Conklin Ron Galey Rosemarie Kuhn Gail O’Hea Abigail Muchow Charlotte Schultz
Jake Easton Dede Gile Candace Nesbitt Fritz Westerhout
BOARD OF DEACONS
Moderator Vice-Moderator Treasurer Secretary Memorial Team
Sue Faassen Ann Lehman Jeff Freeman
Outreach Karli Berkompas/Bonnie Prietto Connecting Hospitality/Food Ruth Gottuso Visitation Jeanne Goodin Prayer Linda Roberson Admin Support Cadillac Club
Kyle Team Fenton Carey Marshall Eddy Jan Landstrom Cindy Talbott
Conveners: Class of 2017 Class of 2018 Susan Hutchison, Meredith Swift Class of 2019 Bob/Sue Stookey Ann Lehman Denise Yaru Nancy Bell - Elder Debbie Schulze Pat Kishi
Mary Carey Susan Anderson Bob/Sue Stookey
Karli Berkompas/Bonnie Prietto
DEACON’S FUND ANNUAL TREASURER’S REPORT January – December 2016 GENERAL FUND BALANCE – JANUARY 1, 2016 $19,827.97 Receipts: Deposits – offerings/gifts SUBTOTAL Disbursements: Benevolences General expenses TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS
$ 35,081.33 54,340.64 $ 89,421.97 32,822.16 2,415.48 $ 35,237.64
GENERAL FUND BALANCE – DECEMBER 31, 2016 $ 54,184.33