A group of committed lay people who come together with their chaplain to share responsibility for the growth and nourishment of the community of faith and to undertake the mission of the Church in the Filipino faith community.
The FCPC seeks to enrich the quality of community life and to ensure that community members have all that are needed to grow in holiness and to discover and live out their personal and community call to mission.
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Provides religious services / activities
Acts as an umbrella / resource body, Provides services (e.g. care / counselling), Provides advice / information / advocacy, Provides human resources (e.g. staff / volunteers)
Education / training / research, Community development, Emergency / disaster relief, Social services, Arts / culture / heritage, Sport / recreation, Fund-raising, Promotion of volunteering
Migrants / refugees
Children / young people, Voluntary bodies other than charities, Older people, People with disabilities, Family / whanau, Religious groups
The FCPC has servant lay leaders working in three district Councils; Chaplaincy Pastoral Council (CPC), Chaplaincy Finance Council (CFC), Chaplaincy Youth Council(CYC).
The CPC concerns itself with the mission of furthering of spiritual values within the faith community headed by a Chairperson, assistedby a Vice-chairperson, a Secretary and three Ministry Chairpersons, while the CFC is concerned with placing the financial. The CYC is consultative body of the for youth concerns.
Annual Returns are due within 6 months of a charity’s balance date (financial year-end), or a longer period if an extension has been granted.
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