Dr. Michael Little Senior Warden
Elvia Bockman Junior Warden
Ed Salome Treasurer
Valarie "Red" Remley
Janis Maratt Clerk
Deacon David Alves has been a Deacon for 33 years. He has been at St. Nicholas’ Episcopal Church since 1999. He enjoys ministering to the people who are “in-bound” in their homes. Currently Deacon David enjoys reading the Liturgy and participating in the services on Sunday morning.
Ed is a parishioner of St. Nicholas’ Episcopal Church. He has attended here since 1996. Ed has a background in Engineering and non-profit management. He has served as St. Nicks’ Treasurer since 1997. One of the things Ed likes the best about St.Nicks’ is our members’ positive attitude and commitment to our ministries.
Kim grew up in a warm and vibrant church and always loved Sunday school! She began teaching Sunday school when she was 18 years old in Santa Cruz, and has never stopped.
For six years, she was the full-time Director of Children’s Ministry at First Covenant Church in San Francisco mission district. She organized and directed large VBS vacation bible school events with 250 children and 80 volunteers.
Kim has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Simpson College in Redding, Ca and an MBA from Patton University in Oakland, CA.
St. Nicholas Children’s Sunday School meets every Sunday. All children and youth are invited to begin in the church for music and a Children’s Sermon. Ages 4 to 12 are invited to join Kim to go back to the “Red Building” for Sunday school. Kim has an assistant every week to help. Nursery care is provided for ages 0 to 3.
The children’s Sunday school teaches to all five senses. The classes are very interactive with games, crafts, activities. Each week a different bible story, bible character and bible principle is taught and brought alive!
Puppet ministry with music, dance and worship takes place on the first Sunday of the month. Ages 13 to 18 help with the puppet ministry and then go to the youth room with a youth teacher.
Peggy Almo, Janis Maryatt, Linda Gremminger, and Dottie Erhardt
My name is Lorraine Hambleton and I came to the Loaves and Fishes Program in 2008. A friend suggested our Stirling City Church come and serve a meal one Saturday a month.
I realized immediately that this program was special! I enjoyed being part of something God has called us to do which is to feed and take care of His sheep.
Blessing and serving the people of our community physically and spiritually is my,passion as well as sharing The Word of God!!!
My desire is to show people by my own actions and example how to live out God’s Word by Faith and obedience to it, loving one another as Christ has loved us!!!
Lorraine has a beautiful way of gathering up “workers for the harvest”. She gathers children, youth and adults of all ages and stages to serve and bless the people. All are welcome!