"By this love you have for one another, Everyone will know that you are my disciples." (John 14:35)
The Role of the Pastoral Council
The pastoral council is a living model of the parish as a worshipping community, so the council members come together as workers who live the liturgy, build up the Church and serve the Gospel. They gather in a communion of shared responsibility in the work of the Church.
The council is the primary advisory and consultative body to the Parish Leader. As a group, the members represent the parish and plan, advise, and collaborate with him on matters of pastoral concern. They work on long-range planning and advise, evaluate and support activities of the parish.
The Pastoral Council meets every month, except for July and December. Terms begin in August, are three years in duration, and can be renewed one time to serve a second consecutive term.
Erin Rosales, Chair
Alex Barker, Vice Chair
Daniel Thiel, Trustee Secretary
2 Vacant Positions