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    United Methodists of Upper New YorkLiving the Gospel. Being God's Love.

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    Upper New York Conference welcomes Colleen Boyea

    May 2, 2023 / By UNY Communications / .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

    In late January, Judy Campany left her role with Upper New York as Administrative Assistant for Connectional Ministries and Vital Congregations. Shortly after a search was engaged, applications gathered, and interviews shared. On May 1, Colleen Boyea joined the staff as Administrative Assistant for Missional Excellence. She will support the Director of Missional Excellence, the Director of Missional Engagement, Director of Spiritual Vitality, and the Director of New Faith Communities. Also included will be support of Conference teams in the Missional Excellence area.

    The Rev. Dr. Aaron Bouwens, Director of Missional Excellence shared, “Colleen will be a great addition to the team. She brings with her experience from a wide range of companies and a willingness to learn what is needed to live the mission of the Upper New York Conference.”

    Colleen lives in Central New York, and outside of work she enjoys her family, pets, reading, and crocheting. Do not be surprised in the summer months to see her riding around in her 1965 Ford Mustang with her trusty sidekick, mini-doxi Finnegan.

    When you have an opportunity, please welcome Colleen to the Upper New York team.

    TAGGED / Benefits and Administrative Services / Communications / Connectional Ministries / Episcopal Office / New Faith Communities / Vital Congregations

    With more than 125,000 members, United Methodists of Upper New York comprises of more than 800 local churches and New Faith Communities in 12 districts, covering 48,000 square miles in 49 of the 62 counties in New York state. Our vision is to “live the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to be God’s love with our neighbors in all places."