Sacred Heart Parish Pastoral Council
The Council assists the Pastor in building the Sacred Heart Parish and School Family by sharing and imparting Christ’s vision of love and recognizing, identifying, inspiring and cultivating all parishioners to respond to God’s universal call to holiness through sacramental and non-sacramental life. The Council works to build an active Parish and School Family through committees designed to engage our Sacred Heart Family liturgically, educationally, socially and as a community outreach arm to others in need.
The Council is solely an advisory and consultative body in accordance with Canon Law to assist the Pastor in areas of pastoral concerns. Its purpose is to promote community, to be a sign and witness of unity, and to assist the Pastor in pastoral planning.
The Council performs its function of pastoral planning by listening to the parish community and formulating broad priorities, goals and policies which articulate and foster the mission of the parish and are implemented through active committees of the Council.
Parish Council Members
The Council is composed of nine to twelve parishioners who may be ex-officio, selected by parishioners or appointed by the pastor.
Standing committees are Administrative, Liturgy (e.g., Eucharistic ministers, lectors, ushers, music ministry, altar servers. sacristans), Social, Education (e.g., School, Youth Ministry, Faith Formation, RCIA/RCIC), and Community Service (e.g., Prayer Shawl, Haiti, SHS Service Club, Meatloaf Donations, Advent Project, and more…). Special committees may be appointed as deemed necessary by the pastor (e.g., Raffle, Parish Picnic)
To Be Announced; - 6:30 PM; Rectory Conference Room
Contact List, photos, meeting minutes & Committee Reports