Our Facilities Assessment Committee has spent the last six months evaluating the parish campus and better understanding how everything operates. They’ve met with dozens of parishioners, ministry leaders and staff, and measured spaces and considered changing liturgical needs. Throughout it all, they attempted to answer this central question: What does our St. Francis Xavier Parish community need to function and thrive for the next 50 to 60 years?
What does our St. Francis Xavier Parish community need to function and thrive for the next 50 to 60 years?
More specifically, how well do our current facilities serve us as we minister in this community and lead others to Christ? How do we engage others in all aspects of our community (worship, education, meetings and faith sharing, and service)? What are the advantages and limitations of our facilities? How sustainable is our existing campus for this work?
Did you miss our two Town Hall meetings? Watch the video below of the second public meeting, including questions from parishioners at the end.
Facilities Assessment Committee
Fr. Tony Sejba, pastor
Marty Tusim, Co-Chair
Patrick Weimer, Co-Chair