Together in Faith

Action Plan: Group 3

 

  • Good Shepherd
  • Nativity of Our Lord
  • St. Augustine/St. Monica
  • St. Charles Borromeo
  • St. Jude
  • St. Matthew

St. Jude and St. Matthew

In early 2012, St. Jude and St. Matthew are to develop a cluster plan to be submitted to the Regional Moderator no later than June 30, 2012. The cluster plan should be implemented when a current pastor is no longer available, if a replacement is not available to be assigned, or when either parish begins to experience a net operating deficit. Plans should commence with models for initial collaboration and include contingency plans for programming, outreach and administration, for clustering/merging the parishes, and/or closing buildings and planning for the sale of property. Plans to merge would begin if either parish cannot be financially or pastorally sustained.

Nativity of Our Lord and St. Charles Borromeo

In early 2012, Nativity of Our Lord and St. Charles Borromeo are to develop a cluster plan to be submitted to the Regional Moderator no later than June 30, 2012. The cluster plan should be implemented when a current pastor is no longer available, if a replacement is not available to be assigned, or when either parish begins to experience a net operating deficit. Plans should commence with models for initial collaboration and include contingency plans for programming, outreach and administration, for clustering/merging the parishes, and/or closing buildings and planning for the sale of property. Plans to merge would begin if either parish cannot be financially or pastorally sustained.

Good Shepherd and St. Augustine/St. Monica

In early 2012, Good Shepherd and St. Augustine/St. Monica are to develop a cluster plan to be submitted no later than June 30, 2012. The cluster plan should be implemented when a current pastor is no longer available, if a replacement is not available to be assigned, or when either parish begins to experience a net operating deficit. Plans should commence with models for initial collaboration and include contingency plans for programming, outreach and administration, for clustering/merging the parishes, and/or closing buildings and planning for the sale of property. Plans to merge would begin if either parish cannot be financially or pastorally sustained.