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Finance Council

In accordance with Church Law (Canon 1280) and diocesan norms, every parish is required to have a parish Finance Council.  The Finance Council is an advisory board comprised of individuals skilled in finance, civil law, construction/engineering, or business.The council assists in the preparation of the annual budget; monitors financial activities; prepares the Financial Report; and implements internal control practices. The Finance Council meets regularly with the Pastor.  Presently serving on our Finance Council are:  Fr. Michael Kerper (Pastor), Mary Jane King (Chair), Chris Bord, Elizabeth Faucher, Serg Filanow, Bill Naas, Greg Palladino.

Parish Pastoral Council

The Pastoral Council is primarily charged to assist in the development of parish mission. It attempts to place at the heart of the parish a zeal for the mission of Jesus Christ.  Important elements that form the essence of the Pastoral Council include:  Evangelization; Worship and Word; Community; Service and Stewardship and Leadership.  The council advises the Pastor about matters considered to be truly "pastoral".  Current members of the Pastoral Council are:  Fr. Michael Kerper (Pastor), Andrew Cernato, Ray Chagnon, Andrew Fournier, Kelly Lockwood, Janet Polaneczky, Debra Rapsis.  

Divine Worship

The Divine Worship Committee advises and assists the Pastor.  The committee addresses prayer and worship within the community, including the review of liturgical practices and sacred music.  The committee meets several times throughout the year.  

St. Patrick 's Women's Group - Sodality of

Our Lady of Perpetual Help

& St. Philomena

The Sodality of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and St. Philomena is a Roman Catholic, Marian Society founded in 1563.  The mission of the Sodality is to deepen the faith of its members through prayer, good works and the sacraments, with the support and encouragement of their fellow sodalists.  The Women's Group is open to Catholic women of all ages, and usually meets on the first Saturday of every month.  For more information, email






The members of St. Patrick Parish Outreach are dedicated to bringing the spirit of Christ to the members of the parish, who through age or infirmity, are no longer able physically to participate in the life of the parish.  The members of Outreach visit the sick and homebound members of our parish, whether they are in their own homes, in a nursing facility, or an assisted living center.  Each Outreach member visits a person at least once a month.  The visit lasts as long as the person being visited wishes.  As any good friend, the Outreach member is there as a companion to offer support by listening and talking to the person being visited.  If so desired, Outreach members will pray with the person, and may distribute sacraments, such as prayer cards, scapulars and rosaries.   If you know of someone who would like to have an Outreach member visit with them, or if you are interested in becoming a member of the Outreach ministry, please contact the Rectory at (603) 882-2262 for more information.

Altar Servers

Altar Servers assist the Priest in the celebration of the liturgy during Mass. Altar servers care for the altar candles; bear the cross and candles in the entrance procession; and assist with the holy water, water, wine and offertory gifts at Mass.  This ministry is open to boys and young men in grades four through twelve.  Training sessions are held regularly.  New servers may join at any time during the year.   For more information contact the Rectory at (603) 882-2262.

Music Ministry

Join together in song, under the talented direction of our choir director, Aidan O'Connor.  Our choir performs during the Sunday 12 Noon Mass.  Rehearsals generally on Wednesday evenings, 7p.m. in the Choir Loft. For more information contact the Rectory at (603)-882-2262.

Knights of Columbus Council #11907

Imagine being part of an organization that fills your heart and your mind with the joy of giving to others and the feeling that comes with making a difference.  Most of us have very busy lives, and the time commitment to the Knights of Columbus is as much or as little as your schedule permits.  Be a part of something bigger!  For more information about the Knights of Columbus Council #11907, contact Grand Knight Don Pare at (603)880-6837.

St. Vincent de Paul Society

The mission of the St. Vincent de Paul Society is to serve the spiritual, material, and financial needs of those who experience temporary difficulties.  The Society responds to those needs in the spirit of the Christian community of the church to love and serve the members of the Body of Christ.  In that spirit of Christ's love, if you are in such need, or if you know of people in such circumstances, please call (603) 821-5267.






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