This committee oversees the use of the parish’s physical facilities. It organizes and coordinates the scheduling of meetings and activities by our parish ministries and organizations, and by other groups.
Contact: Fr. Stanger, (636) 227-7440
Contact: Fr. Stanger (636) 227-7440
HOLY INFANT BUSINESS NETWORK (HIBN)
This active group is made up of parishioners who are business owners, independent contractors, sales representatives and entrepreneurs. All Holy Infant parishioners are invited to join the network by accepting certain participatory requirements. Our goal is to provide a place where parishioners in need of products or services can find businesses run by fellow parishioners who are committed to high Christian ethics and who return a portion of their fees to benefit parish programs. We meet on the First Thursday of every month at 5:30 p.m. Please check our website for current meeting location.
Contact Bill Reilly at (314) 606-9570, or go to our website HolyInfant.biz
In the name of Jesus Christ, and His Church, we gather together to serve as counsel to our pastor as well as our fellow parishioners. We assume these responsibilities, not as burdens, but as a fulfillment of our baptismal calling and with a spirit of leadership and service.
The council’s responsibilities are the following:
- Assist the pastor is the administration of our parish by serving as a consultative body
- Be a representative voice of the parishioners to the pastor
- Serve as genuine leaders in our parish community by working for unity among the clergy, council and parish
- Implement the decisions and directives established by the council in direct collaboration with the pastor
Contact: Fr. Stanger at (636) 227-7440
PARISH MAILING COMMITTEE
This group of 15-30 parishioners assemble bulk mailings periodically throughout the year for the parish.
Contact: Gene and Kathie Hanneke (314) 913-4230
WORDS & WORKS NEWSLETTER
The mission of the “Words & Works” Newsletter is to keep Holy Infant parishioners informed of the many exciting activities and events held within the parish. It is our hope that the newsletter will encourage parishioners to become involved in the many opportunities available in the parish, provide ideas and possibilities for individual spiritual growth, foster the development of new friendships and offer a venue for parishioners to reach out to help others. Our ministry welcomes suggestions for articles. (When e-mailing, it is helpful if you put the words “Words & Works” in the subject line.) The newsletter is published quarterly.
Contact: Pam Miller at (314) 498-6730 or email@example.com