Parish Administration

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PARISH ADMINISTRATION

Buildings and Grounds+ – Volunteers are needed for tasks throughout the year such as landscaping, gardening, painting, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and more. The time commitment varies depending on the project. Spring and fall work days are planned for landscaping work and other projects around the church campus. Work days are usually scheduled on a Saturday from 8:00 am-12 noon. Youth are welcome with adult supervision.

Contact:  Jeff Payne – 270-925-4695 – [email protected]

 

Monthly Church Cleaning – Volunteers in this ministry help with general housecleaning of the church. Cleaning days are scheduled in advance and volunteers are notified; the cleaning is usually scheduled for the last Thursday of each month. The time commitment is approximately 2 hours, beginning at 8:00 am.

Contact:  Mary Horn – 270-314-8485

 

Office Assistant/Receptionist

Volunteer Parish Office Receptionists offer hospitality and assistance by answering phone calls and greeting visitors, and occasionally assist the pastoral team with clerical projects. Receptionists serve for either morning or afternoon hours (8:30 am to 12:30 pm or 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm, Mondays-Fridays).

Office Assistants insert bulletin flyers on Friday mornings after 7:00 am Mass or assist with projects such as mailings or data entry. The time commitment is about an hour on Friday mornings and varies for other projects.

Contact:  Beni Howell – 270-683-6525 – [email protected]

 

Money Counter

Money counters serve on one of four teams to count weekly parish collections on either Sunday afternoons or Monday mornings. The time commitment is approximately 3-4 hours.

Contact:  Eddy McFarland – 270-683-6525 – [email protected]

 

Long-Range Planning – The purpose of this committee is to prepare a comprehensive study of the long-range needs of our parish. Responsibilities of the committee include analyzing long-range needs, developing goals and strategies, and completing a report to be presented to the church for review and adoption. The committee will strive for goals which support our Mission Statement, the Cathedral’s role as Mother Church, and the responsible use of parish resources. A meeting schedule will be determined by the committee.

Contact: Donna Tarantino – 270-683-6525 – [email protected]