Knights of Columbus -Mike Josten A Catholic Men's Service organization
Pastoral Council - Advises the pastor in all needs in caring for our community.
Finance Council - Advises the pastor in the financial aspects of the parish, presenting annual budget, reporting to members of the parish.
Capital Campaign - Cyndi Huemphner, Ron Schafer
Building Committee -(currently disbanded until next phase)-Terri Hodgson
Stewardship (in planning stages-interested?)
Infant Baptism -at weekend masses on the 3rd and 4th weekend of the month. Parents must be registered, practicing parishioners. Parents and/or godparents must attend seasonal class offered at parish. Dates must be confirmed by the parish office prior to making any arrangements. Please call office for information. Download-Print Flyer on "Documents" link
Weddings Six months notice required. Wedding date availability must be confirmed by the priest prior to booking any reception venues. Download-Print Flyer on "Documents" link. Call the parish office at 586-9243 for more information.
Christian Burial Notice should be made with the priest before arrangements are made with the funeral director. A funeral mass will replace the daily scheduled mass. Download-Print Funeral Book on "Documents" link RCIA Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults Bruce Cunninghamfirstname.lastname@example.org Carol Gullicksonemail@example.com
Pastoral Council -Mike Josten - Chair. Scott Malloy, John Perdaems, Deacon Steve Buckner, David Claudio, Mike Doyle, MaryShaun Mize, Kelly Ruby To read the Pastoral Council By Laws, click here.
Finance Council- Mike Acuff-chair, Rheta Booth, Royal Falk, Brock Athman, Bill Quinn-Brandee Higgins/Accountant
Priesthood? Vocation to Religious or Consecrated life? See Fr. Val Zdilla
Knights of Columbus Council #1413- Contact Holy Rosary Parish.
Scripture (Isaiah 58:6-10, and Matthew 25:35-44) exhorts us to minister to the hungry and the needy as an 'acceptable fast'. The Community Cafe, which is both operated in a restaurant atmosphere and used to be a restaurant on 7th Ave. just north of Main St., opened in April of this year, after the Amos House and His Soup closed. 3,500 people each month receive an emergency food box from the Gallatin Valley Food Bank. The Cafe' provides free dinner each day to anyone who arrives at its doors, without question, condition, or expectation. Resurrection Community Parish has been invited by the Cafe' to be a regular provider of service to the Cafe' ... we can suggest the frequency of this ministry. Serving, which goes from 4:30 PM to about 7:15 PM, entails 3 tasks: a) welcoming patrons, and tallying the # of children, adults, and seniors that arrive, and then escorting patrons to a table of their choice; b) putting the food on the plates, for the patron (depending on what they would like); and c) carrying the full plate and beverages out to the patrons, and acting as a waiter/waitress. Please contactErik Beever at 585-1499 if you'd like to help on future dates. See how we have supported: http://bozemanmagazine.com/articles/2012/11/01/20734_neighbors-helping-neighbors-at-the-community-cafe