St. Anna's Catholic Church has three councils:
The purpose of the Parish Council is to serve in an advisory role to the Pastor, to help the parish resolve issues which cannot be decided through other means, and to provide a means through which parishioners may communicate redarding administration of the parish.
The Parish Finance Council is a consultative body that assists the Pastor in meeting the financial obligations of the parish. It is a council of Christian parishioners selected according to the pastor in the administration of meeting the financial needs of the parish. Its representatives are chosen based on skills or expertise in the management and/or finance. Each parish has a Finance Council which is regulated by universal law, as well as by norms established by the Archdiocese. The Finance Council reviews the parish internal controls and accounting procedures to ensure financial policies are implemented and monitored. The Financial Council participates in the developing and implementation of the parish’s annual budget and communicates the annual budget to parish ministries and organizations. The Finance Council interacts with parish groups/councils to study, create, and revise plans for the effective management of the parish resources.
The Stewardship Council seeks to make stewardship a "way of life" at St. Anna's by assisting and encouraging parishioners throughout the year to actively use their time, talent, and treasure within the parish. This council is responsible for organizing the parish's ministries fair, evaluating the stewardship efforts of the parish, coordinating annual Treasure Commitment and coordinating ministries appreciation lunch. They also publish the quarterly stewardship newsletter, The Gift.