The administration commission oversees the review, updating and construction of policies, legal concerns, insurance, bonding, by-laws, articles of incorporation, long range planning and personnel human resources for the parish. Advice and service support for other Committees and Commissions in the areas of organization, planning, time-lines, and other administrative formats.The Administration Commission works to keep the “business of the church” running smoothly. The Commission is comprised of both vestry members and parishioners. Anyone is welcome to join at any time, we are always looking for new members.

Sue Newill


Sue Newill: Parish Administrator

Sue Newill is the friendly voice you hear when you call St. Andrew’s Mondays and Fridays. Although she is part-time she is invaluable to the life and ministry of the congregation. Sue is assisted by the Parish Dog Simon a thirteen year old Sheltie, she couldn’t do what she does without him. Sue enjoys reading, cooking, and counted cross-stitch. She has three children Sara lives in Colorado with her husband; Ryan who lives at home and Rachel who attends Carthage College in Wisconsin.


The Finance Commission assists the Treasurer in receiving and keeping all monies of the parish, disbursing with the authorization of the vestry, obtaining and maintaining proper receipts, vouchers, accounts covering all funds received, disbursed and on hand. This commission analyzes monthly financial data, assist in budget preparation, budget amendments, and reports required of the parish corporation. Stewardship is also the responsibility of the Finance Commission. 

“Stewardship is what we do with all that we are and all that we have after we say ‘we believe’. Therefore, the purpose of the Stewardship Committee is to help St. Andrew’s family discern what God is calling us to be and do ,identify the gifts He has given us, and learn how to use these gifts in ways that allow the light of Christ to shine through us in our daily lives.” 


This commission oversees the care, repair, management and maintenance of the buildings, structures and tangible properties as directed by the vestry, canons, and state and local laws.

The Property Commission is one of the busiest in the church. They are responsible for making sure the building is safe, clean and attractive for members and visitors alike.

This year the Property Commission has improved the gardens, painted the railings outside and also ensured the safety of visitors by painting yellow safety lines on the steps. Inside the church the Richardson Room where all gather on Sundays has been painted and freshened up. The group has also made repairs to the rectory-fixing the septic tank and the roof.

The group is made up of vestry members and parishioners, everyone is invited to join whether they are handy or not.