St. Paul Council and Committees
The Finance Council is a consultative body, which helps the pastor in the administration of the material goods and needs of the parish. The Council functions to prepare the budget of income and expenses of the parish, annual evaluation and renewal of the parish stewardship program, and the overseeing and maintenance of the buildings and grounds. The Finance Council consists of the pastor and five members from the parish. The kind of assistance offered by this Council requires both dedication to the Church’s mission and skill in dealing with financial matters. Because of these qualifications, the Finance Council members are appointed by the pastor after careful inquiry.
Finance Council Members
- Joel Frye
- Susette Gunseor
- Kim Hilgers
- Tom Krieg
- Kris Kubnick
- Ken Mesenberg
The Pastoral Council is a consultative body by which parishioners have an official voice advising the Pastor on the administration and maintenance of the parish. The Pastoral Council consists of the pastor and nine parish members (six elected and three appointed). Ex-officio members are the school principal and Director of Faith Formation. Council members serve for a two-year term and can be re-elected or reappointed for two additional consecutive terms. The Council meets as needed, September through June. Special meetings are called as needed. Notices of the Council meetings are published in the bulletin. All parishioners are welcome to attend Council meetings.
Pastoral Council Members
Catholic Education Committee
The Education Committee is established by the pastor to assist him and the Pastoral Council in fostering the education aspect of the pastoral mission of the parish, which includes evangelization, adult education, Faith Formation, the Catholic School, and missionary activity. The committee operates on the principles of consensus to ensure maximum participation of committee members. If you are interested in becoming a member of the St. Paul Education Committee, please submit your name to one of the present committee members for consideration.
Catholic Education Members
- Fr. Don Przybylski
- Marie Andersen
- Sue Breit
- Joe Glatczak
- JoAnn Sondelski
Family Life Committees
Hospitality Committee host fellowship breakfasts throughout the year from October through May, following the 8:30am Mass. All parishioners are invited to attend. The Hospitality Committee also offers their services for Baccalaureate and other special events as they are called upon to help. New volunteers are needed and are always welcomed. Seeking a chairperson
St. Monica Council/PCCW
St. Monica Council/PCCW is an organization that unites the woman of our parish in faith and service, and provides spiritual, social and financial support to the parish. The PCCW consists of woman that have an interest in serving the parish using whatever talents they wish to share. Members of the council serve funeral luncheons, help clean and maintain the church, raise funds for missions and for our parish, and assist with any special projects within our parish. Contact: Carla Kluz @ 715.693.3111
Funeral Luncheon Committee
Funeral Luncheon Committee is a part of the St. Monica Council. Members volunteer to service and/or bake for funeral lunches. Families have catering options for the meal. The volunteers provide set up and clean up, coffee, plates, silverware, and cups. Contact: Karen Kudla @715.693.2811
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic Fraternal organization for men. The KC's are involved in many fundraising events so that they may provide financial assistance to mentally and physically challenged citizens, educational services, and sponsor youth athletic programs. The KC's offer an insurance program for its members, and support vocations and the Right to Life movement. New members are always welcomed. Contact: Tom Swita @ 715.693.3388
Justice and Peace Committees
The Mosinee Circle of Joy has been operating a food pantry since 1979 out of the St. Paul Catholic Church location. They are an independent nondenominational organization. They are blessed to have many of the area churches supporting, working and helping their group. They have been helping needy people with their daily needs throughout the year, especially at Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. They are open to and strive to meet the needs of all denominations. The Circle of Joy thanks St. Paul Parish and the community for their generosity over the many years and would appreciate your continued support. Monetary and food donations are always appreciated. New members are always welcomed. Contact: Karen Kudla @ 715.693.3111 or Linda Mesenberg @ 715.693.1591.
Social Issues Committee promotes Pro-Life issues, including information on contacting elected officials. The Committee also promotes the sales of Fair Trade Coffee.
Contact: Keith Zebro @ 715.693.0413
Sacred Worship Committees
Ushers/Ministers of Hospitality are dedicated members of the parish who are passionate about helping people. Ushers are present at all Masses to welcome the people, find seating, gather your gifts, arrange for the presentation of the gifts, and take care of emergencies. Scheduling is prepared for the entire year and changes monthly. New volunteers are always welcomed. Contact: Leroy Hack @ 715-574-4402
Greeters provide friendly hospitality at all Masses. One person is stationed at each of the Church entrances to welcome worshipers with a friendly greeting. No special training is required. New volunteers are always welcomed. Contact: Alice Rass @ 715-693-2365
Lectors proclaim the Good News of the scripture to the congregation during the Mass. Lectors are practicing confirmed Catholics and, as Ministers of the Word, are encouraged to study the Word of God to better share it with others. Scheduling for one lector per Mass is prepared for the entire year and changes monthly. New volunteers are always welcomed. Contact: Deb Zuelke 715.693.2576
Eucharistic Ministers are dedicated members of the parish in good standing and must be confirmed Catholics willing to assist in the celebration of the Mass. Some training is required to become a Eucharistic Minister; training is normally held in June. Anyone wishing to serve in this ministry should contact the parish office at 715-693-2650.
Eucharistic Ministers for the Homebound are parishioners taking communion to parishioners, when they are homebound and can’t get to Mass. The homebound clearly miss not being able to receive Jesus in communion. They are very thankful to those who bring the Eucharist to them. They are also glad to see someone and to talk with them. You will need to get a pyx for the host from Fr. Don or Jean Nest and they will also give you prayers to say with the homebound. Contact: Jean Nest @ 715-693-6836
Mass Servers are boys and girls who are completing fourth grade and older. Server permission forms are sent with those children who request one. Contact: Shelly Borchardt @ 715-693-2514
Music Ministry is integrated with the liturgy and encompasses a wide range of opportunities for cantors and singers to lead the assembly in song. Those who can play a musical instrument are needed, especially keyboardists. Scheduling varies throughout the year and church seasons. If you would like to share your talent and love of music. Contact: Judy Berdan @ 715-693-6877
Art & Environment Committee prepares the church to enhance worship. This includes the altar, ambo, sanctuary and entrances. Contact: Mary Maguire 715-693-2184