"For even as the body is one and yet has many members, and all the members of the body, though they are many, are one body, so also is Christ."
- 1 Cor 1:12
About Pastoral Council
The pastoral council is a group of volunteers who serve as an advisory body to the pastor on matters concerning the life and pastoral ministry of the Parish. Pastoral council members work to represent the needs of parishioners and various ministries that serve the parish.
Membership of the Parish Council consists of the pastor, pastoral associate, staff commission chairs, at-large members, vicariate pastoral council representative, and an appointed secretary. Voting members consist of the commission chairs, at-large members, and the vicariate pastoral council representative.
Pastoral council members are often good intermediary contacts if you have general concerns about parish activities. Feel free to reach out to any of them using the contact information below.
Seton Parish Vision Plan
The following document is the vision plan that was created by the parish in 2007. It is intended to be a road map for the parish as we move into the future. It is also a “working document” that will be modified and changed as our parish grows and adapts.
Pastoral Council By-Laws
The Seton Parish Pastoral Council By-Laws and Constitution give more detail about both the mission of the council and how it operates.
Current meeting minutes are recorded and available to the parish.
Previous meeting minutes and reference documentation is preserved and available to the parish.
Dcn. Greg Waybright