Finance

Finance Committee

FINANCE
Denise Hampton (Denise.Hampton@pcusa.org)

AUDIT COMMITTEE 
Regina Nethery rcnethery@bellsouth.net

The Audit Committee conducts a formal internal review of the parish and school records and internal controls each year. The Audit Committee ensures internal controls are being followed, ensures the accuracy of the parish and school financial reports, examines underlying documentation to support the financial statements and recommends any changes appropriate to improve the financial structure and internal control of the parish or school.

The pastor appoints the Audit Committee members based on experience and expertise in these areas. The number of seats are limited, but if you are interested in serving in this ministry, please submit your name for consideration when seats become available.

FINANCE COUNCIL 
Denise Hampton (Denise.Hampton@pcusa.org)

The Finance Council oversees the financial activities of the parish and advises and makes recommendations to the pastor, pastoral administrator, school administrator, Parish Council, and School Board on all financial matters as deemed appropriate. The Finance Council ensures adherence to Archdiocesan financial policies, develops the annual budget in coordination with committee chairs, school administration, and others responsible for budget items, monitors, and reviews the monthly financial statements, prepares an annual financial accountability report to the parish and oversees the overall financial well-being of St. Michael.

The pastor appoints the Finance Council members based on experience and expertise in these areas. The number of seats are limited, but if you are interested in serving in this ministry, please submit your name for consideration when seats become available.

MONEY COUNTERS 
Leslie Orthober (lorthober@yahoo.com) 
502. 491-9714
                      
Members work in teams of five people and are responsible for processing (sorting and counting) Mass collections. Teams meet on Monday mornings at 9 A.M. once every 4-6 weeks and it takes approximately 2 hours. You will have a 2 month schedule through Ministry Scheduler and the opportunity to request a substitute when needed. No experience necessary as training is provided but accuracy is important and confidentiality is essential.               

PLANNED GIVING 
Bob Goodin (bob@goodin-law.com)

The Planned Giving Committee educates parishioners on various ways to remember St. Michael after death. Naming St. Michael as a beneficiary is a way to give thanks and practice good stewardship by sharing your treasures. These gifts come in the form of life insurance, IRA proceeds, real estate or special bequests and they help secure the future financial stability of St. Michael.


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