The Parish Unified Council brings together the parish leadership of Pastoral Response (every day needs and situations), Finance, Worship, Formation/Education, Campus, Stewardship/Outreach and Building dimensions of our parish. They evaluate parish activities and coordinate the various ministries, as well as planning and strategizing the future operation of the parish. While advisory to the Pastor, the group operates by consensus and strategizes for the good of all. Council meetings are open to parishioners and students except for executive sessions. Meetings are generally on the third Wednesday every other month. Please check the calendar for specific dates.
The Parish Finance Council is advisory to the Pastor and is composed of active parishioners or students who have special interest or skill in financial matters and accountability. Members are appointed to three year terms after application and interview by the Pastor and Finance Council Chair. Meetings are open to parishioners and students, except for executive sessions. Meetings are generally on the third Tuesday of each month.
Food Pantry is active at our new parish church. Please contact Ginny Molenkamp – Food Pantry to get involved.
Contact Kim at the Parish Office with any questions regarding the following groups.
Women’s Group has as its goal to build friendships as we grow as a parish. Open to all women of the parish, they meet for various events. Check the bulletin for up-to-date information.
The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal organization of Catholic men who each play a part in improving the world around them, one community at a time. They stand together in faith, dedicated to uphold the principles they cherish while lending their support and strength to parish, home and fellow Knight. The Fr. Hecker – St Luke University Council was chartered in 2008. Jason Horton is the current Grand Knight. Contact the parish office for more information.
Paulist Associates Men and women are invited to freely associate themselves with the spirituality and charism of the Paulist Fathers by making a commitment to embody the ideals of the Paulist in their daily living, thus incarnating the Roman Catholic faith in North American culture.