Partners in Faith and Community
Manchester Area Conference of Churches -
The Rev. Paul Briggs represents St. Mary's on the MACC Board of Directors
Manchester Area Conference of Churches, now MACC Charities, was established on January 19, 1973, by 14 area churches, and has grown to be Manchester's primary social services agency. MACC serves residents of the towns of Manchester and Bolton and is the state's largest private, nonprofit social services agency located east of the Connecticut River. Currently the conference consists of 36 area churches, including St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Emanuel Lutheran Church and Concordia Lutheran Church. MACC employs a dedicated staff of professionals and relies on 75 to 100 volunteers each week to fulfill its mission. Every day, 365 days a year, MACC provides needed social services to the community.
Emanuel Lutheran Church Concordia Lutheran Church
The Episcopal Church is in full Communion with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Emanuel, Concordia, and St. Mary's strive to live into this relationship by seeking ways to collaborate in Christ's mission of reconciliation, restoration, and transformation.
Additional Connections to the Community
St. Mary's representatives to the Board of Directors: St. Mary's representative to the Board of Directors: Alberta Parsons and Bob Lathrop Dotti Cannon
St. Mary's representative to the Board of Directors:
The Rev. Paul R. Briggs, II