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  The parish life is vibrant and extends a friendly invitation to all who wish to participate in its many   functions. Many parishioners volunteer their time and energy on various committees, which help the social, financial and spiritual well being of the parish. The major committees of the parish include:
  • The Pastoral Council engaged in the visioning of parish goals and coordinates and executes these goals 
  • The Liturgy Committee initiates programs that will enable the parish to experience a rich liturgical life
  • The Christian Formation Committee is responsible for the enactment of the teaching mission of the parish - The Social Committee the group promotes the sense of a joyful community by organizing activities for the parish.

  • The Finance Committee works with the Pastor in managing the finances and assets of the parish as well as preparing a realistic budget that attempts to use wisely the contributions made to support the parish.

  • The Social  Committee recognizes our need to be together to share a meal and good times. The Lord Himself was frequently the guest at dinners and parties, so this group promotes the sense of a joyful community by organizing social activities.


Parish Organizations

St. Paul's Parish actively seeks to support its members' spiritual growth and does so by organizing various groups. These groups come to life as a response to the particular needs of our parishioners in light of the gospel teachings. Our present groups include: 
  • Respect Life 
  • Ministry of Mothers Sharing 
  • Cancer Support Group 
  • Women's Spirituality Group
Called to Serve

Are you being called to serve? Have you ever felt that you could be doing something for your faith community in some way or other? Do you think you could be doing your community a service and are willing to do this “something” but are not quite sure what to do? Take a few minutes to think about the following?

1. What is your present life situation?

Are you single, do you have children, are you elderly with some free time? All these factors could help to zero in on a decision

2. What are some of your talents?

Are you a good listener, a good reader? Do you love to pray? Are you good with children? Are you a good organizer? Do you have a heart of gold and care for the elderly? Is Math your forte? Are you a good cook? Are you musically inclined?

3. Are you convinced that you can make a difference in the lives of others?

4. Are you just unsure of where to turn or whom to approach?

Your Faith Community would greatly benefit from your time and talents in the capacity you would be willingly to share. Let us assure you that your efforts would be greatly appreciated and would make a difference in the lives of others? Please look over the list below and then spend some time in prayer. This week would be an excellent time to invoke the help of the Holy Spirit. Ask the Spirit to enlighten you, counsel you and strengthen you. Ask the Spirit specifically for some guidance in your decision. I can assure you that you will be heard and your prayer will be answered.

Read over the following ministries and take some time to pray as you ponder your talents.

Altar server, Lector, Greeting parishioners before Mass, Cantor, Singing or playing in a group, Religious Education teacher, cook for Senior Luncheon, Coordinating the Senior Luncheon, sewing Baptism bibs or altar linens, Visiting the elderly in Nursing Homes,