Board of Trustees
- Board of Trustees seeks to raise funds for the Church by conducting an annual Stewardship Drive
- Manage the property, finances and secular affairs of the Church and develop and administer procedures for the control and safekeeping of the assets of the Church
- Buy, sell, mortgage, transfer or lease real property
- Prepare annual budgets
Ministry Teams Supported by the Board of Trustees
Stewardship—Invites the congregation to pledge financial support to all the programs, staff, and Norfield Church property.
Budget—Prepares the annual budget for approval by the congregation at the Annual Meeting in February.
Children's Center—Acts as liaison to the Norfield Children's Center and applies income received to facilities improvement.
Legal—Provides legal counsel to Norfield Church as needed.
Property—Oversees maintenance and improvements to all church properties including the sanctuary, the Children's Center, the Parish Hall and offices and both parsonages.
Insurance—Oversees insurance, both property and liability, for the church.
Investments—Makes investments of all funds, including endowments, memorials, and temporary accounts.
Memorial Fund—Honorary donations are made to Norfield and recorded in the handsome book on display in the narthex.
Memorial Garden—Supervises care of the garden and acts as liaison to families.