Here at St. Michael Parish, the PPC is a group of 12 elected lay persons, the Pastor, some staff members, and appointed delegates for our Parish Council.
Please consider nominating a member of our parish (or yourself) who you belive has the faith, the listening skills and the ability to give wise counsel to the pastor.
Click here for a nomination form and more details
Normination formsdropped off, mailed in or emailed.
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Welcome to the Saint Michael Parish Family! Please take a moment to complete and return the parish census
form as early as possible, making sure to list all the members of your family who will be joining the Parish. The information from the parish census
helps us to better serve the Communication, Spiritual and Ministry needs of our parishioners. If you need assistance, please call our Parish office at (978) 686-4050 and we will be glad to assist you.
"Know that in all things God works for the good of those who
love Him, who have been called according to His purpose."
If you would like to include an announcement in the Sunday bulletin about an upcoming event, please contact
the Pastoral Center.
Contact: Laurie O’Connor 978-686-4050
The council’s mission is to advise the Pastoral Team with respect to the financial aspects of the parish operations.
Opportunity to participate: Quarterly meetings for an appointed three-year term.
Contact: Jack McManus 978-686-4050
Volunteer helpers assist staff members in so many ways from stuffing envelopes to counting money. There are
opportunities at all skill levels.
Opportunity to participate: Daily, weekly, monthly or special project help is always needed.
Contact: Dorothy Varga 978-686-4050
The Parish Pastoral Council is an elected advisory board to the Pastoral Team. It is a visionary council, keeping
God’s will and the parish’s 5-year plan in the forefront.
Opportunity to participate: 9 meetings per year, elected three year term. Chance for sub-committee work, too!
Contact: Joan Thompson or Brian Norris 978-686-4050
Provides support, resource information, programming and referrals to parishioners in need. See the
"Outreach" section of this brochure for the many opportunities and support services that are available in the
Contact: Patricia Boutilier 978-686-4050
Parish Property Management oversees the maintenance and upkeep of the Parish buildings and land surrounding
them through supervised direction of staff personnel; develops projects and procures materials for parish
volunteers to help beautify and maintain our parish property and provides assistance to parish staff and organizations
for programs and events.
Contact: Don Marinelli 978-686-4050
This ministry takes care of small jobs around the Parish such as shoveling, painting, and carpentry work.
Opportunity to participate: Projects are always available for volunteers!
Contact: Nick Ippolito 978-686-4050
Protecting God’s Children is a mandated Archdiocesan program required of all volunteers. Its purpose is for
parishioners to be fully educated in the responsibility adults have in protecting all of God’s children – including
each other. A one-time class of about two hours fulfills the requirement for a lifetime. Classes are offered
throughout the year and are ongoing.
Opportunity to participate: Notification of a class is through the bulletin and school notices.
Contact: Donna O’Brien 978-686-4050
As a means of protecting God’s children, all volunteers who have contact with children
or the elderly are required by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to complete a yearly CORI (Criminal
Offense Record Information) form. Forms are available at the Pastoral Center or School Office.
The Theresians, named after St. Theresa "The Little Flower", plant, water and take care of potted plants and
annuals that beautify the parish grounds during the summer months.
Opportunity to participate: Weekly or as needed, during the late spring and summer.
Contact: Receptionist 978-686-4050
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