Ss. Peter & Paul has numerous Councils & Committees that parishioners can share their time and talent. Please see the list below:
Cemetery Committee: This committee oversees the operation, maintenance and policies of the cemetery.
Investment Committee: This committee oversees the investment activities of the endowed assets of the parish.
Liturgy Committee: This committee assists with the planning and celebration of parish liturgies and para-liturgical celebrations and is responsible for training and coordinating the various liturgical ministries.
Picnic Committee: This committee assists with planning, organizing, and operating the annual church picnic.
PSR Advisory Board: The Advisory board assists the PSR Coordinator and pastor in the governance of Ss. Peter and Paul Parish School and Religion. The board meets on the second Monday of every month.
Welcome Committee: Welcomes new members to the parish.
Bus Driver: Drivers with a CDL are needed to provide transportation services for various parish and school activities.
Office Volunteer: Office volunteers assist the parish staff with various administrative tasks.
Sunday Offering Counter: Teams of counters server on a rotating basis counting the Sunday offering and preparing the deposit.
Skilled Labor Volunteer: Carpenters, electricians, landscapers, masons, painters, plumbers and other skilled labors are needed to assist the Director of Maintenance with maintaining the various parish properties.
Quilters: All are welcome (new and experienced) to quilt. Quilts are made and raffled to benefit our parish and school. Quilting sessions are held every Tuesday morning, Wednesday morning and Wednesday evening.
*Trustee: Suzan Knese
*Trustee: David Kennedy
Pastoral Council : Karl Krebel
Finance Council: Dan Berkemann
Investment Committee: Chris Ziebold
Board of Education: Michelle Calvert
PSR Advisory Board: Chris Toenjes
*Parish Trustees are two parishioners appointed by the Pastor to serve as trustees of the parish. They serve as key advisers to the Pastor on the temporal needs of the parish.