Parish Pastoral Council - Installation on 10/29/16

Please click on the image above to learn more about becoming a member of the Parish Pastoral Council or nominating another parishioner.

The Parish Pastoral Council is a group of dedicated parishioners that meets regularly with the Pastor to support and oversee the various activities at the parish. One such successful initiative includes the First Friday Open Houses. Through conversation, prayer, and leadership, this group of diverse individuals helps the Pastor maintain the life and spirit of St. Augustine Church.

Recently, the Parish Pastoral Council has worked on a Pastoral Plan based on Pope Francis' Joy of the Gospel.

Parish Pastoral Council, 2017-2018

Yolanda Taurozzi, Jess Smith, Laura Place, Jacob Marquart, OFS (Ex-Officio), Bert Poligratis, agnes amora, Daniel Petrongolo, Ed Riehl, and Ryan Niedoba

Missing in Photo: Merilee Arevalo, Salud Corpuz, and Kim Barroso


Parish Finance Committee

The Finance Committee meets monthly with the Pastor to review the Parish budget, balancing our income with the cost of maintenance and outreach, while ensuring we have a sustainable plan for the future.

St. Augustine's is dedicated to staying answerable to our parishioners when it comes to the expenditures of the parish. The Parish Finance Committee releases quarterly reports on what funds are coming in and what is being spent. The Spring and Fall reports are comprehensive, and can be accessed on our                E-Giving and Parish Finances page.

(Click Picture to Enlarge) Members: Jerry Lorenz, Rosemary Lorenz, Gerry Rigby, Bob Schuck, Ruth Luyun, Ferdie Luyun, and Staff Ex Officio: Jacob Marquart, OFS, Tim Babbage and Bob Zigmund

Filipino Council

The Filipino Council oversees the activities of St. Augustine Parish's vibrant and active Filipino Community. Keystone events include the Winter Sinulog and Summer Sinulog festivals, when hundreds of visitors from all over the tri-state area and from around the world come to visit us and celebrate the Santo Niño. Viva! Pit Señor!