Parish Finance Council

This commission is responsible for assuring the necessary material resources-land, buildings and finances-that will enable the parish to carry out the mission of Christ. Their responsibilities include: preparing the annual budget and financial report, fund raising, planning new construction, maintaining an inventory of parish facilities, overseeing buildings and grounds, and educating parishioners on financial priorities of the parish.

The Finance Commission provides advice and recommendations to the Pastor concerning the Stewardship of the parish’s fiscal resources, including conducting long range financial planning to support the mission of the parish and also working with all commissions in financial matters. The Commission meets once a month and is supported by local finance and facilities committees at the local churches. The current Parish Finance Council membership includes:

Finance Council Members and Staff 
Rev. Thomas Murphy, Pastor
Our Lady Queen of Peace:  
Our Lady Queen of Peace:  Martha Barrett
St. Ambrose:  Diane Humphrey
St. Charles: Gerald Donovan
St. Charles: 
St. John:  Peter Asquith
St. John: 
St. Mary:  Lori Boulay (Chairperson)
St. Patrick:  Edward Polewarczyk
Parochial Vicar: Rev. Rob Lupo
Staff: Charleen Foley, Business Coordinator
Staff: Dr. Martha Corkery, Pastoral Life Coordinator
Staff: Timothy Forti, Principal St. John's Catholic School

Year End 2016/2017 Report

Meeting Minutes Nov. 30, 2017

Meeting Minutes Oct. 26, 2017

Meeting Minutes Sept. 17th 2017

Meeting Minutes Aug 24th 2017

Meeting Minutes July 27th 2017

Meeting Minutes May 18th 2017

Meeting Minutes January 17th 2017

Meeting Minutes November 17, 2016

Meeting Dates 2017-2018

July 20th, 2017
August 24th,2017
September 28th, 2017
tober 26th, 2017
November 30th, 2017
December 28th, 2017
January 25th, 2018
February 22nd, 2018
March 29th, 2018
April 26th, 2018
May 31st, 2018
June 29th, 2018

"You are well acquainted with the favor shown you by Our Lord Jesus Christ: how for your sake he made himself poor though he was rich, so that you might become rich by his poverty ... The willingness to give should accord with one's means, not go beyond them. The relief of others ought not to impoverish you; there should be certain be a certain equality. Your plenty at the present time should supply their need so that their surplus may one day supply your need, with equality as the result." (2 Corinthians 8: 9, 12-14)