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Letter from the Finance Council - November 2019

To Members of our Faith Community,

Our Finance Council has agreed that it is important to share with our parishioners the status of our parish budget. Our fiscal year runs from July 1st to June 30th.
It is important to note that the Church and Cemetery operate independently of each other and have their respective expenses and allocated budget.

A summary of your parish's financial results for the last year, along with the 2019/2020 budget, may be viewed by clicking on this link. As you can see,
we incurred a deficit in 2018/2019; however, the new year budget shows a deficit of $55,325. The Finance Council recently approved the budget
after a thorough line-by-line review of all parish expenses. Please note that the budget encompasses all aspects of running the parish, including religious education.

We, like all other parishes, have seen a decline in the number of people attending Mass on a weekly basis, which is reflected in the decline of weekly offerings.
The 2019/2020 budget assumes this trend will continue.

Because of inflation, expenses continue to increase each year on items such as insurance, utilities and repairs. Maintenance of the church, rectory, family center
and the former convent are a major expense each year because these buildings require more repairs and replacement as they get older.

The budget deficit is a major concern for our parish and one which requires action from each of us. I ask for your prayers and assistance with this issue.
The $55,000 deficit amounts to approximately $1,000 each week. If each of you would consider at least a $2.00 increase each week to your offering,
we would be able to erase the deficit and cover our operational expenses without having to withdraw from our reserves.

Thank you for attending Mass each week, and for your support. We hope you will prayerfully consider adding the two additional dollars to your weekly offering.

Finance Council
Monsignor Joseph F. Rebman, V. G., Pastor
Eugene Julian, Executive Officer
Patrick Bagley
Izzy Gonzalez
John Matlusky
Bill Santora

Click on this link for a printable copy of the letter from the Finance Council and the 2019 financial summary..

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