Responsibility for local decision making by a parish is taken by the Parish Council (in some dioceses called the Vestry). The Priest (also called Rector or Vicar) serving in the parish usually acts as the Chairperson. The Parish Council are elected from the members by the annual meeting of the parish. They discuss and make decisions on budgets, building maintenance, local ministry needs and priorities. In consultation with parishioners they will usually look after coordinate the parishes approach to ministry, worship, pastoral care, outreach and commitment to overseas mission work.