There are many ways to get involved at St. Albert as well as many committees that help our parish from an organizational standpoint: (to learn more about each committee, simply click on the links provided)

Parish Pastoral Council (PPC)

This committee is comprised of Pastor, staff, and parishioners to define and carry out the parish mission. This committee is the advisory council for all parish activites. Each PPC member serves as the liaison to the other committees in our parish. Please click here for additional information.

Worship Committee

This committee, organized into many subcommittees, provides the parish with meaningful, inspirational worship primarily through the celebration of the Holy Eucharist. The committees coordinate all aspects of liturgical celebrations and consist of the Pastor, PPC members, and coordinators of the subcommittees. For information about a specific committee listed below, just click the name of the committee.

Social Concerns Committee

These committees are involved with community groups and organizations and other area churches to collectively meet the needs of the poor, hurting, and vulnerable in our community. The committees help keep the parish aware of issues related to promoting the dignity of human life via educational and advocacy opportunities. For more information on any of the organizations below, simply click on the name of the appropriate agency.

Administration Committee

These committees help with the administration of the Parish. Please click on the link below for more information.

Finance Council

Stewardship Committee

Communications Committee

Facilities Management and Planning Committee

Lifelong Formation and Education Committee

The purpose of this committee is to foster Christian formation in the Roman Catholic tradition

for parishioners of all ages.

Parish Life and Welfare

This committee promotes social, recreational, and pastoral assistance opportunities to build and strengthen our parish life. Please click here for more information on our Parish Life counterparts.