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Parishioner Report 2020
Annual Report 2018-2019
Annual Report 2017-2018
- Comments on Annual Report 17 18 Final
- Contribution Summary SsIMT 17-18
- Pastoral Report 17-18
- Result 17-18
- Balance 17-18
Annual Report 2016 – 2017
- Comments on Annual Report 16 17
- Contribution Summary SsIMT 16-17
- Pastoral Report 16-17
- Result 16-17
- Balance 16-17
Annual Report 2015 – 2016
- Comments on Annual Report 15 16
- Contribution Summary for SsIMT 15-16
- Pastoral Report 15-16
- Bulletin Result 15-16
- Balance 15-16
Annual Report 2014 – 2015
Comments on Pastoral and Annual Report 2014 – 2015
Dear parishioners on the bottom of this page you have the Pastoral and Annual reports for the last fiscal year. We hope you find them informative and interesting. Here you will find the parish statistics and also the end of year reports for our parish. If you have any questions please call me at the parish office at 607-359-2115, Peter Olausson, Business Manager.
We had a $17,323 (5.9%) increase in Collections due to an increase in contributors and registered parishioners.
Auxiliary Receipts reflects the income from Candles and Flowers.
Salaries & Benefits. We moved our part time employees to Rochester Business Alliance and lowered this expense (but increased Purchase of services).
Insurance: In order to correctly align the insurance premium to the correct fiscal year (2015-2016), the insurance was paid in July 2015 as opposed to June 2015 as done in previous years. This is the major reason the 2014-2015 fiscal year has a $32,298 surplus.
Building Maintenance: Another hard winter but we kept within our budget.
Purchase of Services: The main overage was the result of moving the part time employees to Rochester Business Alliance.
Other operating expenses: Mileage and missalettes are the large expenditures.
Capital Purchases: New Furnaces for St Joes and a new phone system for the parish office.
Summary: We had a good year with increased collections and total expenses were within budget. Most of the surplus was due to the payment of the insurance premium in the next fiscal year.