Parish Organizations

Book Club

Encourage fellowship and strengthen our faith community through the discussion of books. The club meets monthly on Monday evenings at 7:00 pm. Click the button below to hear about upcoming events.

Domestic Violence Outreach Ministry

Join discussions and plan events to raise awareness of domestic violence and available community services for those who need help. Click on the button below to see how you can join the group.

Men's Club

Join other men in the parish to help organize and lead spiritual and social events supporting our parish and local community. All men of the parish are welcome. Click below to join or to find out about upcoming events.

Prayer Ministry

This ministry is open to any parishioner who wants to pray at home for the intentions of the parish and the Universal Church. A monthly newsletter offers a focus for prayers and special intentions. Click below to receive the newsletter by mail or email

Peace & Justice Committee

This group meets monthly to pray, reflect, and plan activities on Scripture and Church social justice teachings as they apply to current events in our community and the nation. Click below to contact the coordinator and find out what’s coming up next.

Women's Club

All women in the parish are invited to create new friendships through active participation in a wide variety of social events throughout the year that support parish and school initiatives. Click below to ask how you can join.

Respect Life Ministry

This group plans religious and fund-raising events to promote the Catholic Church’s teaching on respect for, and legal protection of, every human life from conception to natural death. Click below to join the group.

SL/SB Stitchers

Anyone who shares an interest in knitting, crocheting and other needlework is welcome to join their monthly meeting. The group makes prayer shawls for those who are sick, facing surgery, or who otherwise need to feel God’s love and compassion. They also create Baptismal garments that are gifted to families presenting infants for Baptism to welcome them into our parish and our faith.

St. Vincent de Paul Society

These volunteers provide person-to-person service to those who are in need of assistance and suffering within our parish community and beyond. They also coordinate collections of foods and distribution at our parish food pantry as well as pre-prepared meals that are donated by local businesses.

Parish Forms for Organization Leaders

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