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Priest Emeritus

Archpriest, Father Andrew Harrison.

Name: Archpriest Andrew Harrison
Job: Priest Emeritus/Spiritual Leader

While living in California, I was working as a chaplain with the Veterans Hospital and was Priest-in-charge of a small mission in Oxnard. Because of the 1992 earthquake I lost my position at the Hospital. This event caused a crisis in my priesthood. I needed direction. I believe that God called me to St. Luke as an answer to our mutual prayers. It has been a blessing for me to be the rector of a parish that has commitment to evangelism. St. Luke parish can relate to the stewards in the parable of the talents. It is our God given responsibility not to bury what God has given us but to use it for the building up of His Church. Everyday let us take a step of faith by trusting in God's promise in Mark 4:8: "He who sows bountifully will reap bountifully." I invite you to take the daily step of faith and enjoy the blessings the Lord has so richly prepared for you.

Job Description

1. The Rector is the pastor of the parishioners: he is entrusted by the diocesan authority with the duties of teaching them the rules of the orthodox faith and of the Christian life, of celebrating public divine services and rites according to the ecclesiastical order, of administering the holy sacraments, and guidance in Christian life. He is the spiritual father of the whole life and activities of his parish, its spiritual growth, and enlightenment, its orthodoxy and moral progress.

2. Besides his pastoral and liturgical duties, he: Implements and supervises parish ministries; Presides over all parish meetings, and is ex-officio member of all committees; Approves the agendas for all regular, annual and special meetings of the parish and council and reviews and signs the minutes of the same; Keeps records of baptisms, weddings, chrismations, funerals, and forwards any and all appropriate reports; Keeps the parish seal and registers marriages according to civil law; Oversees implementation of the decisions of the All-American Councils, of the Diocesan Assemblies, of the Diocesan Bishop, of the District Dean, of the annual and special meetings of the parish and council; Is responsible for the supervision of additional clergy who may be appointed or assigned by the Diocesan Bishop.

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