Parish Council

Volunteer Committee

Our goal is to promote, expand and coordinate volunteering at St. Mark by recruiting, organizing and maintaining a network of volunteers. Chairperson: Geneine Shaw Committee Members: Geneine Shaw Marilyn Dailing Doreen Hochlowski Carrie Melka Kathy Mohan Elaine Nohe Jody Seling

Evangelization/Faith Formation

ABOUT THE EVANGELIZATION AND FAITH FORMATION COMMITTEE The Evangelization and Faith Formation Committee (EFF) serves to support initiatives of the parish’s catechetical and spiritual formation. Examples of this include: religious education, youth ministry, RCIA, family enrichment ministry, young adult ministry, and adult faith formation. Opportunities abound for parishioners of every age to build their faith…

Liturgy Committee

Chairperson: Matt Cuocci Description: The Liturgy committee is a standing committee of the Pastoral Council. Its purpose is to provide an increasingly open, prayerful, affirming and enlivening style of worship. It plans the special liturgies throughout the year and provides devotional material for home use. The Liturgy Committee is also responsible for recruiting, training and scheduling…

Maintenance Committee

Description: The Maintenance Committee inspects and oversees the maintenance of each of the buildings in the Parish complex and the grounds. Submit a report to the pastor and the parish council annually on planned upgrades and maintenance needed. Coordinate all work with the parish staff. Members: Fr. Gerard Francik, Pastor Jerry Abrecht, Head of Maintenance Joyce…

Pastoral Council Executive Board

President:George Hechter The pastoral council consults with and advises the pastor to guide the development, implementation and evaluation of pastoral planning and budgeting efforts. About the Pastoral Council: Welcome to the Pastoral Council information site. I hope you find the information here useful. We welcome and encourage parishioners and guests interested in our Parish to…

R.C.I.A.

Chairperson: Charlotte Henderson Description: The RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) is a formation process (Inquiry, Catechumenate, Enlightenment, and Mystagogy) marked by liturgical rites wherein those interested in the Catholic faith come to know that faith more deeply in the presence of the whole community. This program is offered to those adults seeking entrance into…