The Parish Council of St. Monica, St. Elizabeth of Hungary and St. Stephen of Hungary is an advisory group, pastoral in nature, organized to support our pastor, Fr. Donald Baker in the apostolic work of the parish. We strive for unity while recognizing diversity. We are grounded in prayer, discernment, parish and community needs and wants, and take seriously the viewpoints of others. We engage in lively discussion, encourage thinking out-of-the box, and strive to provide inclusive community events, such as, the community Christmas Caroling and Cookie feast.
The Parish Council is comprised of 13 men and women each serving a two-year term. We are looking for new parish council members who will commit their time, talent, and wisdom in a consultative and collaborative fashion. Typically, we meet in the parish center on the third Wednesday evening of each month from 7 pm to 8:30 pm.
If you are interested in joining our vibrant group of parishioners, we invite you to attend our open parish council meeting on Wednesday March 23rd at 7pm in the parish center to learn more. Please email the parish council at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know you will be attending and why you are interested in the parish council.
We look forward to meeting you on March 23rd!