Parish Pastoral and Finance Council

 

The planning, reports, and programs of the Parish Pastoral Council and the parish committees shall flow from our Parish Mission Statement:

As a multi-cultural parish family, St. Patrick’s is dedicated

to enriching the spiritual life of our community

through faith in Christ and the Eucharist.

We are a welcoming sign of permanence amidst a neighborhood of change,

striving to provide love, trust, and support to all.

 

                         Current Members are as follows:

 

                                   Fr. Edward P. Noga               

                                   Ron Chordas

                                   Debbie DelQuadri 

                                   Michael Drajic                       

                                   Marcy Fessler

                                   Kathie Gaige

                                   Hector Gonzalez      

                                   Lali Gonzalez               

Mary Green   

Tony Lape

Jeannie Mulichak

Bianca Ross

Terri Tarr

Chris Tennant

Vicki Vicars

Parish Pastoral Council Minutes

St. Patrick's Parish Pastoral Council has been revising their Five-Year Plan.  To view the plan, click here.

 

Membership is made up of those who are:

 

  • a baptized, confirmed and practicing Catholic,

  • a supporting, registered member of St. Patrick’s for at least one year,

  • at least 18 years of age,

  • active participant in parish life, especially Sunday liturgy, and

  • willing to give time to prepare for and attend all meeting.   

 

The committees that provide assistance and support to the Parish Pastoral Council and their purposes are as follows:

 

  • Parish Life – To create a welcoming environment that will enhance our appreciation for one another and our celebrations. To provide various opportunities for socialization and celebration.

  • Christian Education – To offer educational programs that will support individuals and families in their faith commitment.

  • Spiritual Life Ministry – To encourage the full participation of the parishioners in other spiritual growth opportunities and to make these opportunities abundant and convenient for all.

  • Christian Service – To extend the love and support of the church community to those in need. To work for improvement in our neighborhood and in the civic community.

  • Parish Finance Council – To monitor the finances of the parish and make recommendations regarding major expenditures.

Parish Finance Council

along with Parish Pastoral Council and the parish at large have initiated a capital campaign for the following items:

 

  • Preservation Fund – $200,000 – Completed

  • Heating upgrade for church and social hall:  $200,000 – Social Hall HVAC completed

  • Evangelization coordinator:  $90,000 – In process

  • South side steps replaced:  $15,000

  • Parking lot repair and re-sealing/new bumper guards:  $27,000 - Completed

  • Organ upgrades:  $35,000 – Completed

  • Main stained glass window:  $80,000 – Completed

  • North stained glass windows:  $185,000 - Completed

  • New phone and computer system:  $25,000

  • LED outside lighting on church:  $18,000