Pastoral Council

St. Jerome Emergency Call Number

In the event of an emergency need for a priest, call 757-872-8166.

New Parish Registration Process

Welcome and thank you for registering with St. Jerome Catholic Church in Newport News, Virginia! This new process is an option to coming to the office or meeting with a Pastoral Council member during the 2nd Sunday of the month. The Catholic Diocese of Richmond uses a centralized parishioner database called Parishsoft.

Link to On-line Registration

Click here for instructions to assist in the process.

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PORT 2020 NEEDS YOU!

P.O.R.T. 2020 - WE NEED YOUR HELP!

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P.O.R.T(People Offering Resources Together) -Saint Jerome will be hosting the annual homeless PORT event from 8-15 January, 5:30pm to 7:00am each day,and is in need of volunteers. Varying roles involve providing dinner, breakfast, night watch and sign-in duties. Partner churches will be assisting Jan. 8-14 so we only require general/sign-in support (1 or 2 persons) during that time-period; St. Jerome provides total support January14-15 (all shifts,4-12 persons depending on shift). For more information or to sign-up, see lobby desk or contact Tim Garney (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Volunteer meeting will be held Monday December9 at 7pm, attendance requested for all volunteers. Click here to VOLUNTEER!

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Pastoral Council

Carole Bushong– Chairperson and Liaison to Capital Campaign Cabinet

Mike Dallmeyer– Vice Chairperson and Liaison to Fellowship Committee

Sue Jones - Liaison to Chrsitian Formation and Srewardship Committees

Dee Dean – Liaison to Justice and Peace Ministry

Paul Grace - Liaison to Finance Council

Michael Dallmeyer - Liaison to Liturgy Committee

Vicente Belmonte

Pulusi Iaone

Debbie Moore

Tony  Rivera

Violeta Barreto

James Stewart

 

Living Our Mission Capital Campaign

The parish has started to receive our share of the money from the Living our Mission Campaign and we want to make sure everyone is aware of the approved projects and their status.

Approved Projects

Project Status

 

 

Monthly Meeting Minutes

 

 

Approved Strategic Plans

Strategic Plan Development

Stewardship

Communications

Manage Parish Assets & Investment

Draft Strategic Plans

Diversity

Ecumencial

Parish & Community Needs


 

Mission of the Parish Pastoral Council

The purpose of the council is to ensure that the parish is carrying out it’s stated mission and that the pastoral needs of all parishioners are met. It is the structure through which parish members can participate in discerning God’s vision for the parish.

The council is consultative to the Pastor rather than decision-making. It is to provide vision and direction for the parish, and establish pastoral priorities according to our vision. The responsibilities of the council include, but are not limited to:

1.  Periodic evaluation of the Parish Mission Statement.

2.  Calling and enabling all members of the parish to discover, develop, and offer their gifts in service to both the Parish and the wider community.

3.  Determining and assessing the vision of the parish and recommending appropriate actions and programs.

4.  Prioritizing parish goals and objectives in accordance with the parish vision.

5.  Evaluating past and current programs.

6.  Providing for the development of long range goals and short term objectives.

7.  Being a visible example of love, patience, cooperation, and trust for others.

8.  Providing spiritual formation and leadership skills for Pastoral Council members and various parish groups.

9.  Maintaining an awareness of all parish activities and on-going communications with each committee or ministry.

10. Establishing ad hoc committees or other special ministries as needed.

11. Being accountable to the parish for the way in which it discharges it’s responsibilities.

12. Acting in accordance with the teaching and law of the church, diocesan policies, and civil law.

The Council meets regularly on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30PM.

Meetings may be rescheduled around holidays.


Feel free to read "Called to Serve", the diocese guideline for Pastoral Council

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