Parish Leadership

Pastoral Council

Strategic Planning Committee

Finance Committee 


PaSTORAL Council

The St. Christopher Pastoral Council is made up of nine elected parishioners, the Pastor, and key staff personnel. Elected parishioners serve for a period of three years. The work of the Pastoral Council is to assist the Pastor, in voice and volunteerism, in his decision making process in making the Parish mission a reality.

Responsibilities of Pastoral Council

1. To remain actively involved in the life and spirit of the Parish

2. To determine Parish needs and establish Parish priorities and goals.

3. To encourage increased parishioner involvement.

4. The Pastoral Council member does not implement, but in a prayerful and supportive

     manner supplies direction, evaluates assets and sets priorities.

The Pastoral Council itself is a planning body, the Council's committees are the action bodies and serve to implement the vision and plans of the Council.  The committees determine how goals and priorities of the Council will be actualized in their specific areas of Parish life.  At least one Council member must be a member of each committee with the responsibility of reporting activities and concerns to the Council.

Click [here] for the St. Christopher Pastoral Council By-Laws.

Click [here] for the Constitution of the St. Christopher Pastoral Council.

Click [here] for the minutes for the Pastoral Council Meeting of November 28, 2017.

Strategic Planning Committee

The Strategic Planning Committee focuses on the development and implementation of short term and long range plans for living out the parish mission through discipleship and stewardship.

Finance Committee

The Finance Committee is concerned with the financial stewardship of the parish and school as well as the physical and administrative aspects of the parish. The Committee meets monthly.

Buildings and Grounds Maintenance

Parishioners with appropriate skills and expertise meet bi-weekly to plan for property maintenance and improvements. They also prioritize capital projects and solicit bids from vendors.

Charitable Giving

This group meets to allocate tithes to various charities in the name of the parish using the following guidelines for distribution of grants:

*Requests that have impact upon faith development and welfare of individuals.

*Seed funding for projects that foster self-sufficiency.

*Preference will be given to local organizations.

Funding applications may be requested from the Charitable Giving Committee, [email protected]


This 3 day major summer fundraising activity for the parish relies on the help of many parishioners and friends of St. Christopher. (It takes place each year on the first weekend in August.)