Councils and Committees
PPC Parish Pastoral Council
The Good Shepherd Parish Pastoral Council (PPC) is a consultative, advisory body to the Pastor and the parish.
The PPC provides consultation on matters that the parish confronts in the present moment, when a pastor seeks advice and desires input on matters that affect the life of the parish right here and now. It also serves the need for long-term, strategic planning.
The roles and purpose of the PPC are described in these documents:
Having received recommendations from staff members and parishioners, Father Tom Ferguson appointed the following parishioners to the PPC.
Parish Pastoral Council (PPC)
Deborah Athey, Mario Coca, Shaun Curran, Michael Ilagan, Pooja Krumenacker, Mila Lozano, Dave Porcaro, Mary Power, Edna Primrose, Joshe Raetz, Oscar Zelaya
Members of the PPC include those chosen from the parish at large, as well as those chosen upon the recommendation of the Directors of our Faith Formation, Liturgical, Social and Hispanic Ministries. (For purposes of representation, Youth Ministry is considered part of Faith Formation.)
Ex-Officio Members of PPC
Father Tom Ferguson, Father Ramon Baez, Deacon Julian Gutierrez, Deacon Patrick Ouellette, Deacon Tom White, Tom Miller (Finance Council Chair), Claudia Fiebig
Recording Secretary: Brenda Caballero
Please keep our Council & Committee members in your prayers.
Anawin is the leadership group comprised of the chairs of the
various Spanish-speaking ministries at Good Shepherd. Anawin plans and offers spiritual and social programs for Spanish speaking parishioners, visitors and the entire parish.
Anawin meets monthly (schedule in the bulletin).
Contact: Leah Tenorio, 703-780-4055 or Jose Cruz, 703-492-1742
As sharers in the role of Christ as priest, prophet, and king, the laity has their work cut out for them in the life and activity of the Church. Their activity is so necessary within the Church communities that without it the apostolate of the pastors is often unable to achieve its full effectiveness. Strengthened by active participation in the liturgical life of their community, the laity is eager to do their share of the apostolic works of that community. The laity offers their special skills to make the care of souls and the administration of the temporalities of the Church more efficient and effective. Excerpted from Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity, No. 10
Finance Council Members
Eileen Bauer, Edgar Cabañas, Bob Faherty, Dan Fleming, Jennifer Kalletta,
Chris Doyle, Carolyn Scott
Tom Miller, Chair