What is the Parish Pastoral Council?
The Parish Council is made up of twelve parishioners nominated by the congregation to help and to advise the pastor on ways to maintain and enhance the parish grounds and facilities to assure that the Faith Community can gather in worship, fellowship, provide religious education, and support the action required to fulfill our Parish Mission, minimize overall operating costs and enhance improvements within parish finances. Members serve a three year term; four new members are chosen each year.
What does the Parish Council do?
The Parish Council, in consultation with the Pastor and the Finance Council and with input from parishioners, establishes short term and long term goals for parish facility development.
The Parish Council also helps coordinate programs, services and communications among the various parish commissions and services.