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Pastoral Council

A revisio​ning body of the parish, the Pastoral Council is a leadership body that articulates the mission of the parish through pastoral   planning and oversight,  prayer, discernment, collaboration and consensus.  It meets every second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 P.M. at Ss. Cyril & Methodius Church in Fairchance.

Finance Council

An advisory bodies to the Pastor, the primarily function of the Finance Council is to oversees the finances of the Parish.  Both Finance Councils meet separately once a month.

​St. Hubert Rosary/Altar Ladies

Meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m., except for July and August - there are no meetings in July and August.  Contact:  Charmaine DuBois​

SS. Cyril & Methodius Christian Mothers

A  group of Catholic women of faith who seek to be examples of charitable service to their families, the parish and the community. As a confraternity we work and pray together to support the spiritual, financial, and Christian discipleship of our Parish. Contact: Karen Reckard​​

Building & Grounds Committee

The Building & Grounds Committee consists of volunteer parishioners who donate their time and skills for the purpose of maintaining our parish buildings and grounds.  Since the formation of this committee in 2016, the parish has greatly benefited from the many projects they have accomplished while saving parish funds on labor costs.  There is no regular work schedule, but the committee is willing to take on the small and larger projects that their time and talents permit – everything from changing light bulbs and fixing leaky faucets to resurfacing the church ramp.  Members include Eric Bertovich, Tony Budinsky, Ron Inks, Frank Marhefka, Steve Minnick, Jerry Planiczka and Curtis Rhodes.  The Building & Grounds Committee is happy to accept assistance from anyone willing to lend a helping hand.  Call the parish office if you desire to see your parish in good order and occasionally have some time to spare.