What is a PPC?
Archdiocesan Policy #1105 (Parish Pastoral Council) PPC states, “Parish Pastoral Councils are established at the recommendation of the Archbishop (Canon 536) to provide advice and assistance to the pastor concerning the pastoral needs of the parish. A Parish Pastoral Council is presided over by the pastor and is to be representative of the faith community, the parish. It is consultative and advisory in nature.
The members of the Parish Pastoral Council (PPC) share in the concern for the growth of the parishioners and the parish community and for their spiritual and pastoral welfare.
The pastor will establish a Parish Pastoral Council. Clergy assigned to pastoral ministry in the parish are ex officio members.
The Parish Pastoral Council will follow the procedures as presented and outlined in the Together in Ministry Manual and Workshop.”
If you have any questions or should require more information; please contact our parish priest, Father Simmy at the Parish Office @403-782-3514.
PPC Meetings are public, and you are always welcomed to attend. Meeting are on the first Tuesday of the Month (except July and August) at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Hall.