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Edward G. Rice

Interim Rector

All Saints Episcopal Church

HQ Phone:  (603) 569-3453

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All Saints Episcopal Church

258 South Main Street

Wolfeboro, New Hampshire,03894

United States

Company Description

The Mission of All Saints' is to so proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ by word and deed, by worship and outreach, by teaching and pastoral care, that all of the saints will be equipped for the ministry we share. Our parish name affirms the truth that we are...more

Background Information

Employment History

Interim Rector

St. Stephen's, Ridgefield


Pastor

st. peter ministry center


Priest-In-Charge

Trinity Memorial Church


Affiliations

Mission

Founder


Education

Dedham , MA


Web References(12 Total References)


www.wolfesaints.com

Interim Rector: Reverend Edward G. Rice


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Former All Saints rector Rev. Ted Rice offered the closing prayer and served as guest preacher at both All Saints' services on Sunday, January 11.


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Present: Rev. Ted Rice, Ralph Cornwell, Susan Dean-Olson, Prue Fitts, Wayne Ghirardini, Don Hargy, Pat McLaughlin, Phoebe VanScoy-Giessler, Phil Wasmuth and Lee White
Lee, Ted and another guest reminded everyone that it is the stated responsibility of the Vestry to assume these types of responsibilities where the welfare of the Church and congregation are concerned. Committee for the Homeless Rector Ted Rice Ted reported that he is getting together a committee of parishioners to deal with the issue of homelessness in Wolfeboro. At this time there are about four people who have expressed interest. He noted that there are eight to ten community groups who could help with this concern. Ted was not sure who would do this. Ted is looking into forming a Mission Committee that could take over this job as well as work with other programs that call All Saints home. Financial Stewardship Ted recommended an approach to annual Stewardship using a program called New Consecration Sunday. It uses a faith based method which has proven to have good results. It is a "canned" program that focuses on one Sunday with a visiting leader, a catered meal, commitment cards, and letters going out to those who could not attend. When asked why we would need this, Ted answered that the results seem to be good and it is relatively easy to implement. Attending will be Rector Rice, Linda Syracusa, Pru Fitts, Nancy Ghirardini, and the two teachers. While these are difficult decisions to be made in difficult times, Lee White and Rector Rice pointed out that it is the Vestry's responsibility to keep our Church and the people in it as safe as possible. Rector Rice discussed his activities and concerns some of which were: 1)Committees to take on various responsibilities in the Church; 2)Stewardship; 3)the Nursery School; 4)Vestry Forums. Visitor Jane Milligan requested that the old secretary's office off the Narthex be officially designated for storage of ECW dining supplies, with shelves and cupboards to be built. She was asked to come back with plans and costs for this good idea. Present: Rev. Ted Rice, Ralph Cornwell, Susan Dean-Olson, Prue Fitts, John Foster, Wayne Ghirardini, Pat McLaughlin, Phoebe VanScoy-Giessler, Phil Wasmuth and Lee White Following a period of silence, Rev. Rice opened the meeting with readings and prayer at 11:37. Lee and John reported that the police have identified the man who broke into the office as the same person who has come often to the Church to ask Donna for money and who has turned down the opportunity to meet with Ted. Ted concurred, saying that once policy is set, it is his and Donna's job to implement those plans. Rev. Ted Rice's Rector's Report Settling in Ted reported that he is moving files from the Rector's office to the main office. Youth Group Ted has gotten together with the Interim minister at the Congregational Church who is enthusiastic about planning joint Youth Group activities. Financial Stewardship Ted would like to get together with the Vestry regarding stewardship plans. He has ideas and materials. Prue agreed to work with Ted on this matter. Rev. Rice presented his Rector's Report to the Vestry showing his activities and plans since he began at All Saints. Of special interest is his meeting the Interim Minister at the Congregational Church to work on a joint youth group. Present: Rev. Ted Rice, Don Hargy, Prue Fitts, John Foster, Wayne Ghirardini, Pat McLaughlin, Phil Wasmuth and Lee White Following a period of silence, Rev. Rice opened the meeting with readings and prayer at 11:48. Rev. Rice summarized the history of our relationship with the young man who has made All Saints his home since November, 2011: The young man, who had been removed from his family's home but had a job at Brewster, first appeared sleeping in the choir loft in November. Expenses were unusually high due to 1)the final payment to the diocesan Fair Share; 2)higher than usual hospitality expenses for the receptions for Randy; 3)the moving expenses for Rev. Rice. Ted will be going. Rev. Rice's Report to the Vestry Ted Rice Ted presented Vestry members with a printed report of his activities since his arrival, his interest or concerns for the Vestry and planning for the future. Please see your copy for details. Ted reported that his office hours to meet with people would be on Monday through Thursday from 10am to 1or 2pm. He would encourage people to make appointments and that he would try to keep to time frames. Ted would like to meet with each Vestry member individually over breakfast or lunch in order to get to know them better and to find out what their interests and concerns may be. Ted spoke of having a Vestry Retreat where we could focus on goal setting. He encouraged that we meet with leaders of the various organizations on a regular basis noting that leadership is best when the Vestry and lay leaders communicate, thus incorporating more people in sharing ministry. Furnishing the condo Ted noted that he will need to be reimbursed by the church for some furnishing of the unfurnished apartment. Such a request is acceptable according to the Diocese. Housing Resolution for Rev. Rice Ted presented us with copies of the Housing Resolution and letter to Ted established by the Vestry on July 15, 2012. This resolution required by the IRS states that Ted is employed by All Saints Church, Wolfeboro, which provides him with a compensation of $54,508.50 for 2012, $20,000 of which is his housing allowance. It also states that, according to the Internal Revenue Codes, an ordained minister is allowed to exclude the parsonage compensation from his gross taxable income.


www.trinityphiladelphia.org [cached]

Ted Rice, 215-732-2515 edwardgrice@gmail.com


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Finally Father Edward G. Rice was brought in as Priest-in-Charge in 2008.
Father Rice (Ted) stayed at TMC for several years and, to his own joy and that of the congregation, married the Rev. Patricia Stelz during his tenure. But both of them had family in New England, and when they both were called to churches there which were not far apart, they sadly said goodbye to us. The church held another search, and in 2011 called the Rev. Donna Maree to be Rector. She has led the congregation in a number of new directions, and directs her considerable energy to accomplishing new things as well as old.


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