Pastoral Council helps to create, evaluate, and implement the parish vision. In particular, this council focuses on the spiritual and communal life of the parish and its ministries. Parishioners are invited to nominate potential members for appointment to the seven-person council which is advisory to the pastor.
The five-member Finance Council meets regularly and assists the pastor in the care of the temporal goods—the physical and financial resources of the parish. Parishioners with expertise in finance, legal, maintenance, business, and related fields are appointed to three-year terms.
The nine members of this council offer recommendations to the pastor and principal concerning the operations and direction of All Saints Catholic School. It serves as a “sounding board” when addressing concerns, surfacing ideas, or clarifying the school’s vision.
This team of parishioners searches for effective ways to help each parishioner become an active and engaged member of the parish through the sharing of their strengths and gifts with the larger parish community.
At All Saints we believe that
our time, talent, and treasure
are gifts from God to be used
for the spiritual, educational, and social needs
of our community, diocese, and the world at large.
We believe each element of stewardship (time, talent, treasure)
is important, however the first step begins with a conversion of our hearts;
recognizing that God is the giver of the many gifts in our lives.