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									Sts. Peter & Paul Parish
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish

Parish Information Meeting


 Feasibility Findings &
 Master Plan Proposal
 Presentation


 March 2007

 Feasibility Task Force Committee
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish


AGENDA
□ Opening Prayer
□ Introductions
□ Meeting Purpose
□ Core Needs
□ Master Plan Proposal & Needs Met
□ Costs & Fundraising
□ Next Steps
□ Closing Prayer
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish


OPENING PRAYER
□Heavenly Father, send your Holy Spirit to
be with us as we consider the future of our
parish family. We humbly ask to be guided
by your Holy Light. Help us to make
decisions that will lead us to grow in our love
for You and for one another. And, in all that
we do, grant us wisdom to be good stewards
of the many gifts with which you have
blessed our community of faith. We ask all of
this through Christ, our Lord. Amen.
Sts. Peter and Paul…..pray for us.
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish


AGENDA
□ Opening Prayer
□ Introductions
□ Meeting Purpose
□ Core Needs
□ Master Plan Proposal & Needs Mets
□ Costs & Fundraising
□ Next Steps
□ Closing Prayer
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                   Introduction

Feasibility Task Force Committee
 Fr. Tony Ernst – Pastor
 Fr. Gary Kaiser – Associate Pastor
 Steering Subcommittee                Fundraising Subcommittee
 Rick Knapp                           Tom Dewig
 Bob Seib                             Kent Maurer
 Communications Subcommittee          Design Subcommittee
 Bill Goedde                          Richard Gallant
 Kim Goedde                           Ed May
 Katrina Martin                       Ron Seib
 Budget Subcommittee                  Dave Young
 Dean Happe                           Liasons
 Karen Harris                         Kalyn Hermann     Kim Elpers
 Bob Montgomery                       Jason Spindler    Jim U. Lamey
 Elaine Tenbarge
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish


AGENDA
□ Opening Prayer
□ Introductions
□ Meeting Purpose
□ Core Needs
□ Master Plan Proposal & Needs Met
□ Costs & Fundraising
□ Next Steps
□ Closing Prayer
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish




PURPOSE OF THIS MEETING
Provide parishioners with a basic understanding of
the need’s issues & solution proposals - consensus to
move forward with the next phase of the approval
process.


□ Develop Background of the Parish Needs
□ Feasibility Proposal
□ Parish Survey
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish


AGENDA
□ Opening Prayer
□ Introductions
□ Meeting Purpose
□ Background & Core Needs
□ Master Plan Proposal & Needs Met
□ Costs & Fundraising
□ Next Steps
□ Closing Prayer
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish   Background




     What has
   Changed in the
   last 40 years?
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                               Background


□ Catholicism
    1962 Vatican II: Pastoral             Laity

□ Parish Organizations & Activities
    1960’s: Alter Society, St Vincent de Paul, CYO, Choir
    1970’s: Parish Council, School Board, Religious Education,
   Boy & Girl Scouts
    1980’s: PTO, RCIA, Right to Life
    1990’s: Finance, Long Range Planning, Maintenance,
   Cemetery, Stewardship, Outreach, Liturgy, CFM, DRE,
   Bereavement, Welcome, Parish Picnic, Chicken & Fish Dinners
    2000’s: Religious Ed Board, Youth Ministry, CHRP,
   Scripture Study, Bible Study, Feasibility Task Force, Hearts &
   Hands, Newborn, Auction, Music Director, Youth Breakfast
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                              Background

 Sts Peter & Paul School
     Nuns          Lay teachers
     1963: 8 grades - 1st thru 8th
     1970: discontinued 6th, 7th, & 8th grades - 5 grades total
     1988: Kinder Haus Pre-school – 3, 4, & 5 year-olds AND
        added Full-day Kindergarten (total of 8 “grades”)
     State Regulations
    - Curriculums added: PE, Science, Fine Arts, Library
    - Classroom size from 600 ft2 to 900 ft2 – learning centers
    - Offices: number and sizes
     Safety & Security – top concerns nationwide
     Computers & Technology – importance
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                       Background



□ Major Area Employer
     1960: Emge Packing Company
     2007: Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Indiana
□ Population Haubstadt (Johnson Township)a
     1960: 1029
     1970: 1171 (2649)
     2000: 1529 (3462)
     2004: 1543


    a   Indiana University – Stats City & Towns 1900 to 1990
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                                                      Background


□ Life Expectancy - USb
      1960:        69.7 years
      2000:        77.0 years

□ Median Age             cd       – State IN (Haubstadt)
      1970:        27.5 years
      2000:        35.2 years (37.9 years)
□    Median Housing Valuee – State of IN (Haubstadt - Gibson County)
      1960: $10,200
      2000: $94,300 ($101,500 - $74,700)
□ Median Income                     de   – State of IN       (Haubstadt-Johnson-Gibson County)

      1960: $5620
      2000: $41,567 ($42,837 - $51,422 - $37,515)
bCenter for Disease Control   c   Indiana Business Research Center   d   Haubstadt Comprehensive Plan   e   US Census
Historical
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                                  Background



The Next 40 years???
□ Population – Haubstadt                            cd

         2010: 1600
         2015: 1650
         2020: 1700
         2025: 1730
         2040: In the State of IN, there will be more 65 year olds & over
        THAN 15 year olds & under – these two age groups will account for
        about 40% of the State’s population.
□      Median Age – State INc
         2010:       36.5 years
         2040:       39.5 years

c   Indiana Business Research Center   d   Haubstadt Comprehensive Plan
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                        Background

Timeline of Parish Needs Study (9-years)
□ September 1999 – Parish Survey
□ April & Sept 2000 – Vision & Mission Statements
□ March 2001 – Facilities & Grounds Assessment
□ April 2001 – Strategic Planning – 5-year Goals & Objectives
□ September 2002 – School Needs Assessment
□ April/May 2004 – Parish Needs Assessment Town Hall Meetings
□ January 2005 – FTFC Commissioned
□ June 2006 – Parish Information & Brainstorming Meetings
□ February 2007 – Feasibility Report & Proposal to PPC
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                         Needs


CORE NEEDS ELEMENTS
□ Parish – Perpetual Adoration, Narthex, Special
Needs Parking, Parish Offices, Parish Gathering Areas
□ Parish – Religious Education
                 (Cradle-to-Grave Womb-to-Tomb)
□ Parish - Meeting Rooms, Dining & Kitchen for
Bereavements & Meals, Youth Activities & Retreat Area
□ School – Student Capacity, Meetings & Conferences
Space, Pre-School & Daycare
□ School – Special Events, Physical Education &
Inclement Weather Needs, Grade Expansion
□ School - Storage, Safety & Security
 Sts. Peter & Paul Parish             Background

 Diocesan Procedures
 for Building & Renovation Projects

 Section 1




We Are Here
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                   Background

Diocesan Procedures
for Building & Renovation Projects
Section 2                      Section 4




Section 3
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish


AGENDA
□ Opening Prayer
□ Introductions
□ Meeting Purpose
□ Background & Core Needs
□ Master Plan Proposal & Needs Met
□ Costs & Fundraising
□ Next Steps
□ Closing Prayer
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                    Current Value* & Year Completed

Sts Peter & Paul Campus - Today
  School (1953 & 1963)
          $ 2.7 million
  Parish Center (1940)
          $ 520 thousand
  Church (1950)
          $ 1.6 million
  Rectory (1959)
          $ 380 thousand




* Replacement Cost - based upon square footage
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish         Campus Accomplishments


 Vacated School Alley
 Vacated Oak Street Alley   
                                           
 Purchased & Demolition
        of Weiss Property




                             
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish   Campus Challenges

 STREET & UTILITY
   CHALLENGES
Alley
• Electric – Vectren

• Cable – Insight
• Phone – Verizon

Vine Street
• Haubstadt Water
• Vacate
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish           Master Plan Building Proposal


Needs Accommodations
     School & Parish Life Center
     School & Parish Center
     Church Narthex
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish           Campus Master Plan Proposal

 Narthex with Chapel
                                         PLAYGROUND
 Parish Center Offices,                  & PARKING
Cafeteria, Storage & Meeting
Rooms

 School Offices, 1st & 2nd                 
grades and Kindergarten
                                                   
 Classrooms: Two-levels                        
 KinderHaus & Daycare             
 Family Life Center:
Kitchen, Cafeteria & Multi-
Purpose - Auditorium/Gym
 Sts. Peter & Paul Parish               Campus Master Plan Site Features
                                                               Playground
                Childcare Drop-Off                             KinderHaus
  Family Life                                                  & Childcare
    Center
   Entrance
Covered
Drop-Off                                                       Future Middle
Church &                                                          School
School                                                          Expansion
                                                                    Site
  Handicap
   Parking

                                                                Playground
   Narthex                                                          K-5
  Entrances




                                                                Optional
                                                                Parking
           Church Street                                       Non-school
                                 Sts Peter &    Chapel           hours
             Drop-Off
                                 Paul Signage
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                 Master Plan Proposal Benefits


 Narthex provides large area to accommodate fellowship, groups &
ministries, ceremonies & processions, a 24-hour 7-day Adoration Chapel
with outside entrance & restroom. Attachment to School will offer
benefit of Bereavements and after Mass activities without requiring
outside access
 Parish Offices within intimate proximity to the School for improved
staff access, communications, and security.
 Numerous meeting/activity rooms for Parish committees,
Religious Education, Quilting, Bible & Scripture Study, Youth activities &
overnight accommodations, Adult activities & retreats.
 Old cafeteria for the use of Bereavements, dinners, and senior
activities without compromising School activities and schedules
 Security & safety considerations for the school to be locked-down
during occasions when outside visitors & activities may be utilizing the
old cafeteria or Parish Life Center
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                 Master Plan Proposal Benefits

 Parish Life Center will allow numerous Parish & School activities and
functions to accommodate large groups, inclement weather, and
physical education. Additionally, this space would allow concurrent
activities during the School year without compromise or disruption.
Could also accommodate various athletic activities or leagues and over
night accommodates for retreats, and youth lock-ins. Could also over
capacity for Deanery & Diocesan events, gatherings, and activities.
 Fine Arts & Science classroom and the Multi-Media (library) new
construction with state of the art infrastructure at a more modest cost
then renovation would permit.
 Senior & physically challenged friendly campus access and
accommodations.
 Planned flexibility for expansion of the school for possible Middle
School expansion.
 Additional classrooms for accommodating enrollments that may
exceed the single classroom limit – currently 25 student cap.
Additionally, could easily allow the expansion into 6th grade if needed in
the future.
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish   Needs Met


□ Parish – Perpetual
Adoration, Narthex,
Special Needs Parking,
Parish Offices, Parish
Gathering Areas




     Included areas
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish   Needs Met


□ Parish – Religious
Education (cradle-to-
grave)




     Included areas
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish   Needs Met


□ Parish - Meeting
Rooms, Dining/Kitchen
for Bereavements &
Parish Meals, Youth
Activities & Retreat
Area




     Included areas
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish   Needs Met


□ School – Student
Capacity, Pre-School,
Childcare, Meetings &
Conferences Space




     Included areas
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish   Needs Met


□ School – Special
Events, Physical
Education & Inclement
Weather Needs, Middle
School Expansion




     Included areas
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish   Needs Met


□ School - Storage,
Safety & Security




     Included areas
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish


AGENDA
□ Opening Prayer
□ Introductions
□ Meeting Purpose
□ Background & Core Needs
□ Master Plan Proposal & Needs Met
□ Costs & Fundraising
□ Next Steps
□ Closing Prayer
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                                          Costs

□ Pre-Construction Cost Estimate                                         $ 100,000
    Street Closing & Water Line Relocation
□ New Construction Cost Estimate                                         $4,647,586
    New School – Lower & Upper Levels
    Family Life Center – including Kitchen
    KinderHaus & Daycare
□ Renovation Cost Estimate                                               $ 768,208
    Renovation – Classrooms
    Renovation – Restrooms
    Renovation - Parish Offices
□ Narthex Construction Cost Estimate                                     $ 737,373
    Narthex
□ Other Costs     (Awning, loose eqpt, elevator, & kitchen appliances)   $ 370,040
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                Costs


□ TOTAL Construction & Renovation Costs    *   $ 6,623,207


□ Costs Not Included
     Parish Center Demolition & Removal
     Sidewalks, Paved Parking & Drives
     Landscaping & External Lighting
     Furnishings

□    Additional Operations Costs = $1,413 per Sunday



* Costs based upon square footage costs
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                    Fundraising


Area Parish Project Examples – 33 Building &
Renovation projects over the past 15-years in the
Diocese AND all have been successfully completed

□ St Wendel                       $5,000,000 (473)
□ St Joseph, Princeton            $2,500,000 (600)
□ Good Shepherd                   $4,100,000 (840)
□ Holy Family, Jasper             $5,000,000 (900)
□ St Boniface                     $4,000,000 (450)
□ Precious Blood, Jasper          $4,700,000 (730)
(number of households)
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish          Fundraising


Parish Giving Statistics
□ Number of Households = 631
□ Number of Donors (per CPC) = 500
□ Annual Giving per Hosusehold = $1,134
□ Annual Giving per Donor = $1,425
□ Avg Household Income = $51,364
□ Household Giving as % of Income = 2.21%
□ Donor Giving as % of Income = 2.77%
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish            Fundraising


Fundraising Options
□ Parish Operated & Staffed
□ Parish Operated & Staffed with Consultant
□ Consultant Turnkey – Operated & Staffed
□ Interviews
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish


AGENDA
□ Opening Prayer
□ Introductions
□ Meeting Purpose
□ Background & Core Needs
□ Master Plan Proposal & Needs Met
□ Costs & Fundraising
□ Next Steps
□ Closing Prayer
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish



Next Steps
□ Parish Survey
□ Present to Bishop
□ Continue Diocesan Process
□ Start Fundraising
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                            PPC I


Dedicated members of the Parish Pastoral Council,
I ask your prayerful consideration of the following report. It represents
the final report of the Feasibility Task Force Committee, which I
commissioned in January 2005. This report is a result of the hard work
of several dedicated and faithful parishioners who have continued the
passion for preserving the future of this parish and who built upon the
accomplishments of those that came before us.
I think the recommendations presented here are reasonable and
desirable for the vibrant parish family we have at Saints Peter and Paul.
By its nature, a Master Plan should address the needs of the parish for
today and for many years to come. This plan meets the “bricks and
mortar” portion of these needs, some of which have been evident for
several years already. The recommendations will have a far reaching
effect to this parish and in fact to the entire community.
Yours in Christ,
Father Tony Ernst
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish

Parish Information Meeting


 Feasibility Findings &
 Master Plan Proposal
 Presentation


March 2007

 Feasibility Task Force Committee
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                         Fundraising I


Parish Giving Statistics
This information is a current snapshot of giving in the
parish, and as representative of the giving level required on
an average basis. It represents a realistic view towards the
number of those who are likely to contribute monetarily to a
capital campaign. This information does not reflect the
tremendous volunteer work this parish has shown in the
past. Skilled labor and giving of time to support the
construction effort has the potential to lower the overall
cost of this project as well.
Our hope is that all parishioners will give prayerful
consideration towards stewardship. We further hope that
all will agree that these efforts towards being a more
effective community of faith is worthy of their support, in
the form of Time, Talent, and Treasure
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                           Fundraising II

Parish Viability
The Parish’s last Building Project was completed in 1963 (new School addition).
The parish has not had a major Capital Fundraising Campaign for Building and
Renovation in over forty (40) years.
This Parish has been experiencing significant space deficits for over ten (10) years –
since expanding into the current Parish Center (convent).
In the Diocese of Evansville, a parish typically conducts a Capital Campaign for
Building and Renovation on an average of every eighteen (18) years per the
Diocese Office of Stewardship.
The current Parish buildings & facilities are valued today in excess of five-million
dollars ($5,000,000).
The Haubstadt Vicinity has been experiencing steady growth of its population due to
the economic industrial strength of Gibson County and the surrounding counties.
The Diocese of Evansville and the Parish of Sts. Peter & Paul Church have
demonstrated strong financial viability - with high national rankings.
The School enrollment for the 2006 school year was 174 students – the largest
enrollment for the four (4) Princeton Deanery Schools.
The current brick and mortar constraints of the School also restrict the number of
students accepted into the Pre-school programs and limit the class size for K thru 5.
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                             Master Plan I

Master Plan
The Feasibility Task Force Committee was commissioned to
prepare specific recommendations regarding building and
renovation projects at Sts. Peter and Paul for presentation to the
Parish Pastoral Council. It is the intention of this letter, from
those individuals listed on Page 2 and known as the Feasibility
Task Force Committee, the recommendation that it is feasible to
consider a building and renovation project for this Parish to
satisfy its needs. Based upon the proposed Master Plan, there
would be three major tasks:
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                  Master Plan II

Master Plan
● First item would consist of a new building constructed on the north side
of the School. It would consist of a two-level addition to accommodate
classroom, science, multi-media, and fine arts. It would include an
adjacent Parish Life Center for parish and school activities, a new kitchen
and cafeteria area, and Childcare and Pre-school facilities.
● Secondly, the existing school would receive a major interior renovation
for school offices, several classrooms, offices, and meeting rooms and
additionally parish offices and meeting room space- this would also
include demolition of the current Parish Center.
● Thirdly, a Narthex would be constructed delicately connecting the
Church and School with a large public area and an isolated Adoration
Chapel.


Handicap accessible parking would surround the other sides of the
Church with adjoining parking and drop-off areas creating a campus
environment with assorted green space and playground area.
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                            Master Plan III

Master Plan
This Master Plan is anticipated to address the needs of the Parish
for the next twenty-five (25) years. The plan also would allow for
possible one or two story school expansion out to the east side of
the campus, if additional needs are identified in the distant future.
Parking and blacktop would expand on the west side of campus to
the northern most extremes. The construction and renovation
costs are within the means of the Parish-utilizing one or several
capital campaigns as needed. We believe that it is possible to
complete this Master Plan in a timely manner due to the ability of
this parish to accomplish whatever it chooses because this parish
community will rise to the occasion to finish what it starts.
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                          Needs I

Needs
This is essentially a list of primary needs of the school and parish. It has
been compiled, boiled down, and summarized from a variety of sources.
The work to compile this list began in earnest in 1999 when the Long
Range Planning Committee completed a Parish Survey. Another major
milestone was a 17 page Needs Assessment compiled in March 2003.
The Feasibility Task Force was commissioned in January 2005 to compile
a feasibility study for the future of Sts. Peter and Paul.
Many parish members have contributed to this effort by identifying needs
and desires for this community of faith. A common thread through this
process is that buildings are NOT central to fulfilling our mission, and yet
the current facilities do not have enough space, or the right kind of space
to do just that. There has been a consistent plea for more space so that
we can be more effective in fulfilling our mission, and serving the needs
of our parishioners, and ultimately to serve God.
To the extent possible, the Feasibility Task Force Committee has looked
at building spaces that can serve more than one function-space that will
be utilized to satisfy multiple needs. Please refer to the Appendix for a
more detailed look at how the needs where prioritized and various needs
were assessed for commonality.
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                        Case Statement I

This Parish has been operating for numerous years in a space-
frustrated mode. The need for some place to use for storage,
meetings, offices, playing, studying, celebrating, classrooms,
gathering, healing, helping, supporting, eating, fellowship,
resting, working, singing, exercising and praying – more often
than not requires planning, patience, moving, searching, waiting,
sharing, caring, praying and some amount of luck.
These challenges have allowed this Parish to be resourceful,
creative and clever searching for solutions to the growing need for
space. Specifically, not just any space, but space that is suited
for each particular need – ranging from pre-school and grade
school aged children to middle and high school young adults to
the various range of parishioners from college age adults to
seniors – each group, function, and task have particular
requirements for adequate utilized space. Without this adequate
space, our Parish and School has need to compromise time,
quality, comfort, security, safety, and efficiency to continue to
conduct Parish living and business.
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                              Case Statement II

The economic vitality of the area economy and the quest for small town
community living has blessed Haubstadt’s rural atmosphere with steady
growth and a positive future outlook. This community growth will
certainly translate to some congregational enlargement and an increased
interest and demand for Catholic Education. Combining this community
growth expectation with the passion for stewardship and with the
ministries participation escalating, we may be at a threshold for fulfilling
this desire to serve and participate.
This planning opportunity has presented itself as this parish community
may be approaching a crossroads – should we be proactive and plan for
change or should we be we be passive and content and wait to be
reactive to change when our options might be more limited, require more
drastic measures, and with less time to respond. If we fail to plan, do
we plan to fail!
For a parish that once functioned with a school of eight grades and less
than a handful of Parish organizations and committees; today, we find
the struggle for six grades & a pre-school to fit and function in the same
building, much less accommodate the growing number of committees,
ministries, organizations and activities for a bustling parish seeking to
grow and find their destinies in future generations.
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                            Case Statement III

Before & After School Daycare has received a significant level of interest
from school parents. We think this compliments the idea of fulfilling
parishioner needs from “cradle-to-grave.” Other area parish schools are
now viewing daycare and pre-school as a means of evangelization for the
parish, and we agree with this position.
Does this Master Plan compliment and facilitate our journey for Salvation
or does it simply distract us from our focus on the spiritual mission? If
the consensus is that this is just another distraction, then we need to
quickly return to our mission and refocus ourselves. But, if such an
endeavor brings a larger contention of givers and seekers together, if this
endeavor leads all back to the celebration of the Eucharist and pursuit of
the Sacraments, then possibly this is on our path towards our mission
and destiny.
The Feasibility Task Force Committee members believe that the Master
Plan presented within this document does compliment the parish in
fulfilling our Mission.
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                                           Timeline I
                                       2006                            2007
                                        FEASIBILITY                  IMPLEMENTATION
Tasks                               Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Feasibility -Planning Process
Design Professional Selection
Implementation - Planning Process                        A
Master Plan - Finalize                                           B
Schematic Design - Finalize                                      D
TBD - see note below
DBC Review
DFC Preliminary Review
Design Development                                                       E
DBC Review
Construction Documents
DBC Review
Capitial Campaign Planning                                       C
Fund Drive
DFC Final Financial Plan Review
Let Bids
Review Bids
Construction
Re-Pay Loan

DBC - Diocesan Building Commission
DFC - Dioesan Finance Commission

Note - Submit to PPC for approval; Parish Town Hall Meeting; Submit to Diocese for Approval
Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                                                                                        Needs I
      FTFC
      Design Sub-Committee
      Needs Analysis - Function Compatibility Matrix
      Date: November 23, 2005

       COMPATIBLE =                                   CAUTION =                            INCOMPATIBLE =




                                                                                          Weekend




                                                                                                       Recess
                                                                                              Mtgs

                                                                                             Meals
                                                                                          Weekday
                                                                                             Meals
                                                                                            Scouts
                                                                                         Committee




                                                                                                                   Activities
                                                                           Bible Study




                                                                                                                School Plays
                                                               CRHP

                                                                      PE
                                                 Bereavement
                                        Rel Ed




                                                                                                                      Youth
                         School Lunch




      School Lunch

      Rel Ed

      Bereavement

      CRHP

      PE

      Bible Study

      Scouts

      Committee Mtgs

      Weekend Meals

      Weekday Meals

      Recess

      School Plays

      Youth Activities
            Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                                                                                    Needs II

                                                   Sts. Peter & Paul Parish Needs List
                              Date: Dec. 2, 2005
Currently Have




                                                                                                Multiple Use




                                                                                                                           Week Night
                 Don't Have




                                                                                                                                        Weekend
                                                                                                                Weekday




                                                                                                                                                  Rank
                              Parish
                                                                                                               (How much Necessity?)

                              Parish Office
                                - Lobby/Waiting Area                                                                                              3
                                - (5) Offices
                                               - (2) Priest’s Offices                                                                             2
                                               - (1) Main Office                                                                                  3
                                               - (1) DRE Office                                                                                   2
                                               - (1) Youth Director Office                                                                        2
                                - Closet Storage for Offices                                                                                      2
                                - Walk-in for Main Office                                                                                         3
                                - (2) Meeting Rooms – 30 people ea.                             A                                                 5
                                - (3) Meeting Rooms – 15 people ea.                             B                                                 5
                                               - (2) Rooms Sound-proof
                                - Babysitting/Youth Area                                        C                                                 3
                                - Kitchen                                                       D                                                 2
                                - Restrooms (Office Use)                                                                                          2


                              Youth Activities         (Middle School – High School)
                                - Gathering Room – 40-50 people                                AA                                                 2
                                - (4) Rooms for sleep-overs                                     E                                                 1
                                               - 18over/18under-boys/girls
                                - Kitchen                                                       D                                                 2
                                - Storage for equipment/food storage                                                                              2


                              Religious Education
                                - (3) Rooms for Grades 6,7,8 – 4-5 Tables ea.                  A                                                  5
                                - (1) Room for High School – 12-15 Tables ea.                  AA                                                 5
                                - Siderooms w/ Tables accom. 8-10 people                       B                                                  3
                                                - Scripture Study
                                - Prayer/Reflection Room (20) chairs                            F                                                 4
                                - Walk-in Closet for Religious Ed. Supplies                                                                       4
                                - Resource Center/Library                                       I                                                 4
                                - Babysitting area (meetings)                                   C                                                 3
                                - Christ Renews His Parrish                                                                                       2
                                                - Witness Rooms                                 A
                                                - Chapel                                         F
                                                - Rooms for sleeping (30)                       E
                                                - Restrooms w/ Showers                          G
                                                - Kitchen                                       D
                                                - Dining area for (30)                          A*
                              Note: Religious Education requires allocated space on weekends   * (proximity to kitchen)
           Sts. Peter & Paul Parish                                                                                                            Needs III
                              Narthex
                                -   Adoration Chapel                                                                                                      4
                                -   RCIA Dismissal                                                      H                                                 3
                                -   Pre-School Dismissal during mass                                    H                                                 3
                                -   Precession Assembly/Post-mass Scrips, Bake Sales, etc.                                                                5
                                -   Bridal Preparations                                                 H                                                 2
                                -   Restrooms                                                                                                             2

                              Parking
                                - Drop-off zone w/ Awning                                                                                                 2
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                                                                                                                                                          Rank
                              Parish Committees
                                - (5) meeting rooms (sound proof)
                                               - (2) to accommodate 30 people                           A                                                 5
                                               - (3) to accommodate 15 people                           B                                                 5
                                               - closet storage for each                                                                                  5
                                - cafeteria/meeting room to hold 30-250 people (75 Avg.)               A,B                                                5
                                               - dividable into smaller rooms
                                                                                                       A,B
                                                           -   bereavement meals                        *                                                 4
                                                           -   large or small committee meetings                                                          4
                                                           -   ministries fair, etc.                                                                      3
                                                           -   warming kitchen attached to cafeteria    D                                                 4
                                                                                 - large storage
                                                                                 room                                                                     3
                                -   prayer/reflection room with 20 chairs                               F                                                 4
                                                  - religious library attached                                                                            3
                                -   mens and womens restrooms
                                -   babysitting room (sound proof)                                      C                                                 3
                                                  - for committee members' children during
                                                    meetings, group presentations, bible study,
                                                  etc.
                                -   multipurpose building w/ concession stand/warming kitchen           D                                                 4
                                                  - CRHP                                                                                                  3
                                                  - bereavement meals (> 250 people)                                                                      3
                                                  - ministries fair                                                                                       3
                                                  - parish auction                                                                                        3
                                                  - dinners/meals                                                                                         3
                                -   parking lot
                                                  - administrative people                                                                                 3
                                                  - funerals                                                                                              3
                                                  - committee meetings                                                                                    2
                                                  - bible study, etc.                                                                                     2

                                                                                                       * (proximity to kitchen)
        Sts. Peter & Paul Parish
Currently Have
                                                                                                                                         Needs IV




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                                                                                                                                                    Rank
                              School
                               - Ground floor kindergarten                                                                                          5
                               - Day care center                                                                                                    5
                                                 - All day (working families)                                                                       2
                                                 - Before school/after school                                                                       4
                                - Building awning                                                                                                   2
                               - 1st grade classroom (new)                                                                                          2
                               - 2nd grade classroom (new)                                                                                          2
                               - (3) classroomms (new) Grades 6,7,8                                                                                 4
                               - Multi-media classroom                                                                                              4
                               - Computer Lab - (25) computers                                                                                      4
                               - Music classroom                                                                                                    4
                               - Art classroom                                                                                                      4
                               - Science Lab                                                                                                        4
                               - Life Sciences Room                                                                                                 3
                               - Centrally located library                                                                                          4
                                                - Multi-media area - (8) computers                                                                  4
                                                - Conference rm 4 to 6 occupants (parent/teacher conf)                                              4
                                                - Conference rm 4 to 6 occupants (speech
                                                tutoring)                                                                                           4
                               - Religious library                                                 I                                                3
                               - Teachers lounge                                                                                                    4
                                                - Kitchennette                                                                                      3
                                                - Employee Restroom                                                                                 3
                               - Cafeteria Manager's/Kitchen office                                                                                 3
                               - Kitchen freezer (new)                                                                                              4
                                                - Storage for new kitchen freezer                                                                   4
                               - Modified storage for existing classrooms                                                                           5
                               - Custodian/maintenance/storage room                                                                                 4

                               - Multi-purpose building                                                                                             5
                                              - Basketball court                                                                                    4
                                              - Bleachers                                                                                           4
                                              - Auditorium stage                                                                                    5
                                                        - Audio/Video Room                                                                          3
                                                        - Auditorium stage storage                                                                  4
                                              - Concession stand/ Warming Kitchen                                                                   4
                                              - Locker rooms w/ Showers                            G                                                4
                                              - Public Restrooms                                                                                    4
                                              - Storage for P.E. equipment                                                                          4
                                              - Storage for tables/chairs                                                                           4
                                              - Mechanical room                                                                                     3

                                                                                                 * (proximity to kitchen)




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