St. Ann's Finance Council, in accordance with canon law, provides expertise and consultation through financial analysis, planning and policy development to aid the Pastor and Parish Administrator in the administration of parish financial resources, buildings and grounds.
|Current Finance Council Members|
|Steve Demboski (Chair)||Father Ray Cadran|
|Jennifer Brennan||John Callozzo, Parish Controller (ex officio)|
|Chris Dodd||Jim Herrel, Parish Administrator (ex officio)|
|Fiscal 2019 Financial Report||Fiscal 2020 Budget|
|Fiscal 2018 Financial Report|
Understanding the weekly offertory numbers
The donations St. Ann’s gets each week in the collection basket aren’t the only offertory donations we receive. Here’s how we categorize your financial stewardship:
•In-pew giving: Cash and checks put in the collection basket at Mass. These donations are counted by a team of parishioners and deposited weekly.
•Electronic giving: Funds received outside of Mass through various means. Typically, this means donations through our website or bank-issued checks that you use to pay other obligations, such as your electric bill. But oftentimes, parishioners make donations from trusts, stock portfolios and savings accounts such as 401(k)s. These also are considered electronic giving and are accounted for at the end of the month.
•Holy day collections: These funds are accounted for at the end of the month.
For details, contact Parish Administrator Jim Herrel.