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1 ST. PETER CLAVER PARISH STRATEGIC PLAN

2 STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE Activities & Communications (Sr. Marilyn) Buildings & Grounds (Gary Specht) Finance (Andy Kittelson) Hmong Commission (Sr. Marilyn) Human Concerns (Karel Gulig) Lifelong Faith Formation (Joe Mukavitz/Barb Leonhardt) Parish Council (Pete Pittner) Personnel (Pete Pittner) Spiritual Life & Worship (Rochelle Ross) Stewardship (Deacon Mike) Milwaukee Archdiocese (Gail Kraig)

3 STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS  STOC (Strengths, Trends, Opportunities, Challenges)  VISIONING EVENT (Parish of the new millennium)  FUTURING EVENT (What do we do well, what are our dreams)  DEVELOP VISION STATEMENT  DEVELOP DIRECTIONAL STATEMENTS  DEVELOP MEASURABLE GOALS  DRAFT STRATEGIC PLAN  PARISH COUNCIL APPROVES & CALLS FOR IMPLAMENTATION OF PLAN

4 VISION STATEMENT ST. PETER CLAVER PARISH SHEBOYGAN, WISCONSIN  St. Peter Claver Parish community is an evangelizing community of faith.  We hear God’s Word proclaimed, take it to heart and profess our belief in Christ.  Together we invite and support one another in building up the Kingdom of God.  Of greatest importance is our spiritual bond with God, with one another and with our visitors.  We affirm the role of parents as first educators and evangelizers of their children in faith.  We believe that spiritual life seeks expression in good works that improve the larger community.  We are good and faithful stewards. Vision Statement

5 Of greatest importance is our spiritual bond with God, with one another and with our visitors. Therefore…  We place our greatest value on the liturgy and commit ourselves to renewed regular attendance at weekly Mass and special liturgies.  We recognize that it is through our Baptism we are united with Christ and one another Our new baptismal font will enhance the celebration of this sacrament for current and future generations.

6 We affirm the role of parents as first educators and evangelizers of their children in faith. Therefore…  We cultivate the full involvement of our day school, religious education and youth ministry families in our parish worship, outreach and social activities.  We encourage participation in lifelong faith formation opportunities for parishioners of all age levels.  We seek greater opportunities for youth and young adult involvement in parish life activities.

7 We believe that spiritual life seeks expression in good works that improve the larger community. Therefore…  We are a welcoming community, focused on reaching out to the young and disenfranchised.  We honor and welcome the cultural diversity of our members, our neighborhood and community.  We reach out to our aging population to better understand and provide for their needs.  Our parish staff, council and committees use a variety of methods to increase communication with one another, parishioners and the wider community.  Our parish ministers to those in need through outreach programs, feeding the poor and ministering to the sick and grieving.  Our parish council promotes and collaborates with the Sheboygan Citywide Catholic Parishes Association, District 9, The Archdiocese of Milwaukee and ecumenical partners.

8 We are good and faithful stewards. Therefore…  We evaluate all facilities to determine their condition, usage and need annually, with particular attention being paid to the creation of a parish center.  Our facilities are handicapped accessible.  Our facilities are more accommodating for liturgical and social gatherings.  Time & Talent: Our parish helps people recognize the gifts they have to offer and how to share them with the parish  Treasure: Our members give with gratitude and generosity to insure our financial stability and growth.

9 PASTORAL (STRATEGIC) PLAN ST. PETER CLAVER PARISH SHEBOYGAN, WISCONSIN  Parish Council  Activities & Communications  Buildings & Grounds  Human Concerns  Lifelong Faith Formation  Spiritual Life & Worship  Stewardship

10 Vision 2010 St. Peter Claver Parish community is an evangelizing community of faith. We hear God’s Word proclaimed, take it to heart and profess our belief in Christ. Together we invite and support one another in building up the Kingdom of God. Parish Council This section of the action plan was developed by the following: Committee Members Peter Pittner Staff Member Deacon Mike Burch

11 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Parish Council Vision/Directional Statement: We believe that spiritual life seeks expression in good works that improve the larger community. We are good and faithful stewards. Goal: Our Parish Council promotes and collaborates with the Sheboygan Citywide Catholic Parishes Association, District 9, The Archdiocese of Milwaukee and ecumenical partners. Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Implement a written Strategic Plan Outcome: Improve communication and provide vision for the parish to continue to grow in a positive fashion. Strategic Planning Committee and Parish Council A. Year Action: Improve formal communication with IC/SSCM in relation to continued and increased collaboration of South Side Parishes. Outcome: Combining resources should Results in increased parishioner opportunity, greater efficiency and economy. Parish CouncilA.

12 Year Action: Engage council in strategic planning Implementation. Create a template for Commissions to report to Council including on this template how the Pastoral Plan (strategic Plan) has been addressed. Outcome: Assure “buy-in” of all council members and have them work with committees in striving for the goals of the strategic plan. This will involve “active” reporting at all council meetings. Strategic Planning Committee Parish Council A. Year Action: Strategic Planning reporting to the Parish Outcome: Greater and more effective communication on the direction of the Parish. Parish Council LeadershipA. Year Action: Support Citywide initiatives Outcome: Add and maintain a Citywide page and/or link on the SPC website. Parish CouncilA.

13 St. Peter Claver Parish community is an evangelizing community of faith. We hear God’s Word proclaimed, take it to heart and profess our belief in Christ. Together we invite and support one another in building up the Kingdom of God. ACTIVITIES & COMMUNICATIONS This section of the action plan was developed by the following: Committee Members: Germaine Gruenke Bruce Henry Angie Miller Mike Miller Mary Schroeder Barbara Wagner Mary Volk Staff Member(s): Sr. Marilyn Brodd

14 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Activities & Communication Commission Vision/Directional Statement: We believe that spiritual life seeks expression in good works that improve the___ larger community. Goal: We are a welcoming community, focused on reaching out to the young and disenfranchised. Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A. Could be achieved within current budget. B Would need an additional $________ to realize this Objective/action A. Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. B.Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. C.Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable Goal Person(s)/Group(s) Responsible Budget Impact Year Action: 1. Recruit more members for the Committee and develop leadership for the committee. 2. Promote better communication Among tri-parish committees. Outcome: The group will be able to provide activities that bring the parish together. Entire committee. Entire committee A. Year Action: 1. Promote an alive parish through Social events and gatherings 1.Introduce key parish members to the Parish via the web site. Outcome: Entire committee Several committee members A.

15 Year Action: Provide direction and resources to minister to the separated and divorced and grieving parishioners. Outcome: Welcome & provide support for those who feel separated from the Catholic Church. Mary Volk & someone to be identified later. Use resources already present in the community, e.g. Hospital, & Catholic Charities B. $200 for training for leaders. Year Action: To promote & celebrate the diversity within the parish by sponsoring gatherings to bring people together around food Outcome: Greater harmony in the parish Entire Committee A Year Action: Develop unique ways to promote socialization within the parish, such as couples dinner/dance, cook book, taste test. Outcome: Bring together new groups of people from the parish Entire Committee A

16 Vision 2010 St. Peter Claver Parish community is an evangelizing community of faith. We hear God’s Word proclaimed, take it to heart and profess our belief in Christ. Together we invite and support one another in building up the Kingdom of God. Building and Grounds Comm. This section of the action plan was developed by the following: Committee Members Mark Hayon Dennis Heimerl Tom Trilling Tom Shircel Gary Specht Bob Conto Staff Member Tom Halbach Others: Tom Binversie

17 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Building and Grounds Vision/Directional Statement: We evaluate all facilities to determine their condition, usage, and need annually; with particular attention being paid to the creation of a parish center. And make our facilities more accommodating for Liturgical and Social Gatherings. Goal: Create a Parish Center and New Baptismal Font Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Explain Year Action: Feasibility study of all Parish buildings and property Outcome: Develop a plan to fit all our needs Staff and Building and Grounds Committee $5,000 to $8,000 Year Action: Develop plans for building needs and raise needed funds; Obtain Archdiocesan Approval; Raise needed funds (Professional fundraiser) Outcome: Fundraising campaign with exact costs for projects Building and Grounds Comm. Finance Comm. Staff $30, Year Action: Start Construction Outcome: Building & Grounds Comm. Finance Comm. Staff 2-3 million

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19 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Buildings and Grounds Vision/Directional Statement: Our Facilities are handicapped accessible Goal: To make all of our buildings accessible to the handicapped Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A.. Could be achieved within current budget. D. Objective requires consideration by Facilities Committee B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. E. Other Budgetary comments: Explain C. Would need an additional staff to realize this objective Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Building Study Outcome: Buildings and Grounds Comm. Staff ? Year Action: Make existing building handicapped accessible Outcome: Buildings and Grounds Comm. Staff Finance Comm. ? Year Action: Outcome: Year Action: Outcome: Year Action: Outcome:

20 Vision 2010 St. Peter Claver Parish community is an evangelizing community of faith. We hear God’s Word proclaimed, take it to heart and profess our belief in Christ. Together we invite and support one another in building up the Kingdom of God. Human Concerns Commission This section of the action plan was developed by the following: Committee Members Karel Gulig Barb Adams Jean Pittner Rose Ross

21 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Human Concerns Commission & Committees Vision/Directional Statement: Our parish staff, council, & committees use a variety of methods to increase communication with one another, parishioners and the wider community. Goal: We believe that spiritual life seeks expression in good works that improve the larger community Budget impact: A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Goal requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Measurable Goal Person/Group Responsible Budget Impact Year Action: Rotate various Human Concerns information boards from Ministry Fair at entrances Outcome: Raise awareness of many different Committees community can become Involved in. All ministries $0.00 Year Action: Use bulletin to educate parishioners on distribution of Outreach Funds. Encourage other committees under HC to use bulletin & other forms of communication to increase parishioner awareness of activities they are involved in. Outcome: Bring awareness of how SPC practices stewardship to others and what other committees are involved in. Increase involvement in discernment process and organizations to discern. Human Concerns committee

22 Year Action: Incorporate the monetary distribution of Outreach funds with quarterly statement to parishioners Outcome: Bring awareness of how SPC practices stewardship to others and what other committees are involved in. Increased involvement in discernment process and organizations to discern. Human Concerns committee Year Action: Evaluate increased communication process Outcome: Bring awareness of how SPC practices stewardship to others and what other committees are involved in. Increased involvement in discernment process and organizations to discern. Human Concerns committee Year Action: Evaluate increased communication process Outcome: Bring awareness of how SPC practices stewardship to others and what other committees are involved in. Increased involvement in discernment process and organizations to discern. Human Concerns committee

23 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Human Concerns Commission Vision/Directional Statement: Our Parish ministers to those in need through Outreach Programs, feeding the poor, and ministering to the sick & grieving Goal: To develop Human Concerns into a full time social justice and outreach position. We believe that spiritual life seeks expression in good works that improve the larger community Budget impact: A.15, to 35, A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $_35,000.00_ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Goal requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Measurable GoalPerson/Group ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Assess current ministry. What works well and what programs could be developed/added? Organize collaboration network of all Human Concerns sub committees. Outcome: Raise awareness of social justice issues and advocacy. How can parish do more than $ or donations. Parish staff and HC Committee. $0.00 Year Action: Develop & start implementation of part – time HC position. Make parishioners aware of budget needs. (possible tri-Parish) Outcome: Parishioners are excited about social justice and political issues & make commitment to budget needs Parish Staff & HC committee$0.00

24 Year Action: Develop Human Concerns Commission into a part time paid position. (possible tri-parish) Outcome: Parishioners are aware of social & political issues. How they affect our choices in everyday life. Parish Staff- Parish Director/ Administrator A=$15, Amount depends on whether this position is a tri-parish position Year Action: Implement part-time paid position as part of the staff. (possible tri-parish) Outcome: Parishioners are aware of social & political issues. How they affect our choices in everyday life. Parish Staff- Parish Director/ Administrator A= $15, Amount depends on whether this position is a tri-parish position Year Action: Evaluate part –time position. Is full time position needed? Outcome: SPC is an evangelizing community Parish Staff- Parish Director/ Administrator A/C= $15, to 35, Amount depends on whether this position is a tri-parish position

25 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Emmaus Meals Vision/Directional Statement: Our Parish ministers to those in need through Outreach programs, feeding the poor and ministering to the sick & grieving. Goal: Feed the hungry. We believe that spiritual life seeks expression in good works that improve the larger community Budget impact: A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Goal requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Measurable GoalPerson/Group ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Maintain current level of service for Emmaus Meal program Outcome: Continue to feed those in need Emmaus Meal Committee & volunteers Year Action: Raise awareness of parishioners to need for donations to keep program running Outcome: Continue to feed those in need Emmaus Meal Committee & volunteers $0.00 Year Action: Evaluate program to continue service levels Outcome: Ensure those in need are being fed Emmaus Meal Committee & volunteers Year Action: Evaluate program to continue service levels Outcome: Ensure those in need are being fed Emmaus Meal Committee & volunteers Year Action: Evaluate program to continue service levels Outcome: Ensure those in need are being fed Emmaus Meal Committee & volunteers

26 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Food Pantry Vision/Directional Statement: Our Parish ministers to those in need through Outreach programs, feeding the poor and ministering to the sick & grieving. Goal: Feed the hungry. We believe that spiritual life seeks expression in good works that improve the larger community. Budget impact: A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Goal requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Measurable GoalPerson/Group ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Develop volunteer base & access building availability to open food pantry 1 night per month. Outcome: Help feed the “working poor”. (Those who fall within poverty guidelines even though they are employed) Food Pantry Ministers Committee set up to assess volunteer needs Year Action: Implement opening of Food Pantry 1 night per month. Evaluate the need for more Food Pantry space/ equipment. Outcome: Food pantry open to those not able to attend during the day (working) hours. Additional families served Food Pantry Ministers ?????? Budget impact if more space is needed Year Action: Evaluate plan- would opening another evening per month be needed: is volunteer base sufficient Outcome: Food pantry open to those not able to come during day (working) hours. Additional families served. Food Pantry Ministers

27 Year Action: Evaluate plan, families being served, volunteer base. Outcome: Food Pantry open to those not not able to come during the day (working) hours. Additional families served Food Pantry Ministers Year Action: Evaluate plan, families being served, volunteer base Outcome: Food pantry open to those not able to come during day (working) hours. Additional families served. Food Pantry Ministers

28 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Ministry of Grieving Vision/Directional Statement: Our Parish ministers to those in need through Outreach Programs, feeding the poor, and ministering to the sick & grieving Goal: We believe that spiritual life seeks expression in good works that improve the larger community Budget impact: A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Goal requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Measurable GoalPerson/Group ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Develop volunteer support group & training program to help families going through the grieving process Outcome: Goals & services are developed to help ease grieving for parish family members in need Planning group for ministry of grieving Form ad-hoc planning committee for volunteer bases and needs study $0.00 Year Action: Form planning committee necessary to expand services to Ministry of Grieving Outcome: Services are evaluated- funeral meal, meals to the family for a period of time, cards, prayers, support group Ministry of Grieving & planning group Ad hoc committee

29 Year Action: Evaluate plan and services. Is plan working? Need more or less services? Is Volunteer base sufficient based on need? Outcome: Supporting those families in need Ministry of Grieving committee Year Action: Implement plan and services Outcome: Supporting those families in need Ministry of Grieving committee Year Action: Evaluate plan and services. Is plan working? Need more or less services? Is volunteer base sufficient based on need? Outcome: Supporting those families in need Ministry of Grieving committee

30 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Ministry of Praise Communication Vision/Directional Statement: Our parish staff, council, & committees use a variety of methods to communicate Goal: We believe that spiritual life seeks expression in good works that improve the larger community Budget impact: A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Goal requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Measurable GoalPerson/Group ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Encourage staff, council, & committees to use prayer bulletin as source of prayer for their own ministries. Use the bulletin to inform parishioners of the Ministry of Praise and the “Phone Hotline” for immediate prayer. Participate in programs that might encourage more parishioners to join MOP Outcome: Continuous prayer for all parish projects and goals. Donna Renzelmann $0.00 Year Action: Same as above and evaluate use of prayer bulletin by other groups Outcome: Continue as is or make changes based on evaluation. Year Action: Same as above and evaluate use of prayer bulletin by other groups Outcome: Continue as is or make changed based on evaluation

31 Year Action: Same as above and evaluate use of prayer bulletin by other groups Outcome: Continue as is or make changes based on evaluation. Year Action: Same as above and evaluate use of prayer bulletin by other groups Outcome: Continue as is or make changes based on evaluation.

32 Vision 2010 St. Peter Claver Parish community is an evangelizing community of faith. We hear God’s Word proclaimed, take it to heart and profess our belief in Christ. Together we invite and support one another in building up the Kingdom of God. Homebound Ministry This section of the action plan was developed by the following: Committee Members: Staff Member: Sr. Marilyn Brodd

33 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Homebound Ministry Vision/Directional Statement: Our parish ministers to those in need... ministering to the sick Goal: Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $_600.00___ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: 1. Identify Homebound and nursing home/assisted living populations by eliciting names from family members via flyer and those already visiting nursing homes Outcome: Accurate identification of those needing ministry 2. Recruit additional homebound ministers via flyer and request at Mass. Outcome: Additional members in ministry Sister Marilyn Brodd Cost of flyer Year Action: Provide a workshop for new and current homebound ministers. Recruit chair person for Homebound Ministry Outcome: Ministers are prepared adequately for ministry and are nourished spiritually in the ministry Sister Marilyn Brodd or diocesan personnel. $ Year Action: Provide for a regular visitation schedule for priest or staff visitation to homebound. Outcome: Spiritual needs esp. anointing are provided for. Sister Marilyn or new chair of homebound ministry No cost.

34 Year Action: Provide annual training for new homebound ministers and provide on-going supportive meetings for experienced ministers. Outcome: Ministers are better prepared for their important ministry to Homebound. Diocesan Personnel or Chair of the Homebound Ministry Group $ Year Action: Initiate a hospital visitation ministry at Memorial Hospital in order to provide for parishioners’ spiritual needs. Outcome: Parishioners’ spiritual needs will be met and there will be better tracking of persons who may need to go to a nursing facility or be homebound Homebound Ministers for additional pixs and booklets

35 Vision 2010 St. Peter Claver Parish community is an evangelizing community of faith. We hear God’s Word proclaimed, take it to heart and profess our belief in Christ. Together we invite and support one another in building up the Kingdom of God. Life Long Faith Formation Comm. This section of the action plan was developed by the following: Committee Members: Sue Strysick Pat Grams Bec. Hetue Jodi Armstrong Staff Member: Barb Leonhardt Others : Joe Mukavitz ---Council

36 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Lifelong Faith Formation Vision/Directional Statement: Goal: Faith Formation for “ALL” parishioners Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Develop a Christian Formation Committee Outcome: Have this committee in place by June 2007 Christian Formation Planning Committee NONE Year Action: Develop a mission and purpose for the newly formed Christian formation Committee Outcome: Assessing present programming and determine future needs Actual/New Christian Formation Committee NONE Year Action: Implement and support the existing and newly formed education programs Outcome: Evaluation and Communication of and with programs Christian Formation Committee and program leaders Possibly; depending on extent of new programs and personnel

37 Year Action: Continue as above and explore looking at city-wide programs Outcome: Successful evaluation and and integration of city-wide programming Christian Formation Committee and some aspect of the city- wide planning committee None Year Action: Integration of city-wide programming Outcome: same as above Christian Formation Committee And city-wide None

38 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Lifelong Faith Formation Vision/Directional Statement: Learning though Education Goal: Creating the opportunities to learn activities for ALL ages Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $_200____ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Work with city-wide planning task Force on the future of Catholic School Education Outcome: The plan will be implemented for 2007/2008 school year City-wide planning committee Principals School boards Year Action: The Christian Formation committee should be looking at Adult Education (parish/city wide) to see if they are meeting the needs of all ages. (young adult to senior citizens) Outcome: Opportunity for growth Christian Formation Comm.

39 Year Action: Outcome: Year Action: Outcome: Year Action: Evaluate the Catechist formation that is offered city-wide Outcome: Continuing education of all Catechists Christian Formation Committee $200

40 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Lifelong Faith Formation Vision/Directional Statement: Learning through Activities Goal: Creating the opportunities to learn through education for ALL ages Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A. Could be achieved within current budget. B. Would need an additional $__300______ to realize this objective/action. C. Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D. Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E. Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Outcome: Year Action: Establish awareness to the young Adult singles (18-35) of the city-wide programs and activities in the community and encourage participation Outcome: Spiritual and social growth of these Adults SPC Web page Newspaper Church bulletin Year Action: Provide a family activity night (Advent / Lent) followed by a social Outcome: positive learning experience for parent and child CCA/RE parents Christian Formation Committee $100

41 Year Action: Look at opportunities for young couples with children to gather (speakers/programs/social / Catholic parenting) Outcome: Opportunity to gather with other young couples Christian Formation Committee Parents $200 Year Action: Outcome:

42 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Lifelong Faith Formation Vision/Directional Statement: Learning through Worship Goal: Creating the opportunities to learn through worship for ALL Ages Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A. Could be achieved within current budget. B. Would need an additional $75 to realize this objective/action. C. Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D. Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E. Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Creating more opportunities for Children’s Liturgy of the Word Outcome: Bringing parish children closer to The Word of God DRE and parish Word facilitators $75 Year Action: Outcome: Year Action: Working with Prayer and Worship Committee to make the “Word” come alive for the teens Outcome: Increase mass attendance of our Youth Prayer and worship committee Christian Formation Committee Year Action: Outcome: Year Action: Outcome:

43 Vision 2010 St. Peter Claver Parish community is an evangelizing community of faith. We hear God’s Word proclaimed, take it to heart and profess our belief in Christ. Together we invite and support one another in building up the Kingdom of God. Spiritual Life and Worship Comm. This section of the action plan was developed by the following: Committee Members Rochelle Ross Rose Ross Marilyn Risberg Rich Gulig Peg Maitland Mildred Johnson Staff Member(s) Deacon Mike Burch Bill Borgetti Others Jeanne Zimmermann

44 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Spiritual Life and Worship Vision/Directional Statement: Of greatest importance is our spiritual bond with God, with one another and with our visitors Goal: We place our greatest value on the liturgy and commit ourselves to renewed regular attendance at weekly Mass and special Liturgies Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Families of children in Day School, Religious Ed, and youth in Youth Ministry Program will be invited to Commit to weekly attendance, Especially those focused on Sacramental Preparation. Outcome: 100% attendance by these families; Renewed annually DRE, Catechists Principal, Faculty, Spiritual Life and Worship commission, and parents. NONE Year Action: Create a Sunday Night 6pm Liturgy Outcome: Increase weekly Mass Attendance SLW/ Staff/ Liturgical MinistersNONE

45 Year Action: Focus on Formation for Liturgical Ministers Outcome: Increased Spirituality among Liturgical Ministers SLW 2, (Speakers & materials) Year Action: Support the hiring of a full time Youth Minister (probable Tri-Parish) Outcome: Increase Youth involvement in Liturgy YM/ Personnel/ RE/ Tri Parish committee 20, ,000 Per parish (Salary & programs) Year Action: Parish Mission, Focus on Eucharist / Worship Outcome: Huge turn out—increase the understanding and Spirituality of the Eucharist SLW/ Staff/ Mission Committee 4,000-5,000 (Mission leader and supplies)

46 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Spiritual Life and Worship Vision/Directional Statement: Of greatest importance is our spiritual bond with God, with one another and with our visitors Goal: We recognize that it is through our Baptism we are united with Christ and one another. Our new Baptismal Font will enhance the celebration of the sacrament for current and future generations. Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Create Ad Hoc Committee to study Our Liturgical Space, with emphasis on Baptismal Font, Gathering Space, Area for Funeral Visitation, Sanctuary and Sacristy and Handicapped accessibility Outcome: gain knowledge of needs SLW / RCIA / Staff / Building and Grounds ???????? Year Action: Educate parishioners on need for and what the changes will be Outcome: informed parishioners Same???????? Year Action: Continue to work until work is complete. Reacessing goals yearly. Outcome: Same???????

47 Year Action: Same Outcome: Same??????? Year Action: Same Outcome: Same????????

48 Vision 2010 St. Peter Claver Parish community is an evangelizing community of faith. We hear God’s Word proclaimed, take it to heart and profess our belief in Christ. Together we invite and support one another in building up the Kingdom of God. Stewardship Comm. This section of the action plan was developed by the following: Committee Members Barb Wagner Mary Novak Geralyn Stieber Rita Lorier Jim Bahar Mary Krepsky Staff Member Deacon Mike Burch

49 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Stewardship Vision/Directional Statement: We are good and faithful stewards. Goal: Time & Talent: Our parish helps people recognize the gifts they have to offer and how to share them with the parish. Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Encourage a format of prayer and faith sharing for all Committees and Commissions Outcome: Committees/Commissions members will feel more comfortable and spontaneous in sharing their faith with others outside the group Stewardship CommissionNone Year Action: Educate parishioners about Stewardship symbols and beliefs various methods Outcome: Greater understanding of parishioners leading to greater involvement. Stewardship Commission and all Committees & Commissions A

50 Year Action: Sponsor a seminar and follow-up on Discerning Gifts Outcome: One hundred percent of participants would recognize at least one current/new gift Stewardship CommissionB=$1,500 Year Action: Sponsor a Ministry Fair Outcome: Greater number of parishioners informed of ministries and more involved. Stewardship Commission and all Committees & Commissions B=$500 Year Action: Hire Director of Stewardship & Evangelization—Tri-Parish (Full or Part time) Outcome: Greater organization & direction given to this critical area leading to greater growth and support of and for ministries and those involved in ministering. Personnel Commission of all three parishes B&C=$10,000 - $45,000 depending on other parishes involvement and full versus part time D=office needed

51 Ministry/Parish Life Component: Stewardship. Vision/Directional Statement: We are good and faithful stewards. Goal: Treasure: Our members give with gratitude and generosity to insure our financial stability and growth. Budget implications: List as many as apply to the goal. A.Could be achieved within current budget. B.Would need an additional $________ to realize this objective/action. C.Would need an additional staff to realize this objective. D.Objective requires consideration by facilities committee. E.Other budgetary comments: Explain Measurable GoalPerson(s)/Group(s) ResponsibleBudget Impact Year Action: Eliminate envelope stands & ushers’ pole baskets and introduction of baskets to pass at offertory Outcome: Deeper sense of Stewardship, personal responsibility and consistent giving with greater number of parishioners giving something. Stewardship Commission & Ushers B=$200 from liturgy for baskets Year Action: Educating children on principles of Stewardship and refocus use of Children’s envelopes to include T, T, & T. Children encouraged to bring their envelope forward to place in a basket at the Altar while adult collection is taken. Outcome: Children learn of total giving in context of worship Stewardship Commission, DRE & CCA teachers B= cost of envelopes

52 Year Action: More focused promotion on concept of tithing & increase Outreach Funds by ½% Outcome: Greater number of parishioners Taking steps toward tithing Including parish (example) Stewardship Commission, Parish Director, Finance Commission B=$500 for materials B=increase Outreach $’s Year Action: Keep building on giving & tithing. Increase Outreach another ½% Outcome: Same as above Same as above A=now budgeted B=increase Outreach Year Action: Keep building on giving &tithing. Increase Outreach another ½% Outcome: Same as above Same as above A=now budgeted B=increase Outreach


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