Child Care is provided for small children during the 9:00 am 11:00 am and 1 pm Masses on Sunday. This is a loving and caring program that provides a safe environment for small children which allows parents to participate in Mass. Child Care is also offered throughout the year for various events and programs.
Qualifications/Skills: Loving, caring and nurturing of small children.
Training: Safe environment, mandated reported and background checks are required by the Diocese.
Time commitment: Available to serve and willingness to commit to a monthly schedule for masses, events and activities where childcare is provided.
Donations Needed: AAA Batteries, Kleenex, Baby Wipes and educational toys.
Purpose: To provide for religious and social activities within the community. Events throughout the year are offered including Mass on the 4th Sunday of the month at 3pm. Contact Alicia O'Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a group of young Catholics with the aim of opening our hearts to Jesus Christ our Lord . His love, Gospel teachings and our Christian faith guide our actions inside and outside of our parish community. Our actions will be Christian within and outside our church. We are a group dedicated to the union and support for young people within our community and our society. Our mission is to be the Light of Christ to young people who want to learn more about their Christian faith, contact Oscar M. Arroyo at A4lafamili@verizon.net
Father McGivney’s original group has blossomed into an international society which has dedicated itself to the ideals of Columbianism: Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriot-ism. “Knights” signifies that the group embodies knightly ideals of spirituality and service to Church, country, and our fellow man. The Order’s Service Program has been revised to permit greater participation by the wives and children of members and also to enable greater identification on their part with the Order. The major sign of the Order’s active concern for the future of the Church and the spread of the Gospel, is the establishment of the Supreme Council Vocations Program. The Knights of Columbus have a long and enviable tradition of aid to Catholic education. Don’t just keep the faith – Spread it! As practical Catholics, Knights carry fraternity to the limits of love, unselfish service to their Church, community, country and council.
Contact Rick Gentillalli email@example.com or visit our website at https://kofcknights.org/CouncilSite/index.asp?CNO=11393
Purpose: The Men’s group is a parish based men’s ministry committed to helping Catholic men deepen their personal relationship with Jesus Christ through prayer, the sharing of His word, the sacramental life of the Church and fellowship with one another. The Men’s Group challenges men to be the best husbands, grandfathers, single men, and citizens they can possibly be and calls forth a greater involvement in their parish community.
Purpose: To promote spiritual growth and success spiritually, intellectually and educationally so we as men can better serve God, our families, and the community. Reunions include praise, song, bible study, leadership and moral support to those in need. Contact the office for further details or Sergio Ruiz at firstname.lastname@example.org
A women’s fellowship group that provides a variety of activities such as book club, family night, game night, playgroups, scrapbooking, and tennis club. It provides fun, and support for mothers and their families. We support the parish building fund and a variety of fundraisers and parish activities throughout the year. Commitment is a general meeting held monthly May to September, featuring guest speakers and activities. In addition, a wide variety of groups meet regularly. Assistance with coordinating activities, parish events and, fundraisers always welcome. Even if your time is limited, Mothers and Others is a great way to become active in our parish community.
Visit our website at https://www.facebook.com/stmarthamo/
Our Ministry is for women who wish to have the Lord in their hearts, through Preaching, Formation, Gatherings, Retreats, Reflections, etc. We follow the example of Our Mother Mary and St. Martha. Our ministry encourages women through service in every action we make to use humility and give a different vision of life, full of love, family and, community. Contact Carolina Garcia at email@example.com
Purpose: To provide a resource for social interaction of widows, widowers, divorced and separated singles age 55 and over. To meet, know, support and care for each other in a social atmosphere. Activities include concerts, movies, trips, and potlucks usually on the 3rd weekend of the month. No regular meetings or dues. Bimonthly newsletter sent to registered members.
Make a U-turn and enter the “fun-zone”. Our social committee is in need of fun- loving people to assist in planning activities for all ages. Some of the exciting things the parish has done in the past, often coordinated by the Mothers and Others Ministry are: “Trunk or Treat” night, Blessing of the Animals, St. Nicholas Day, Summer Fest, Welcome Team, and many more cool things. The ministries that sponsor these events can always use more help. Some of these are only once a year commitments!!!
Our new Welcome Committee will create ways to personally welcome each and every new member of our parish. This will include mailings, phone calls and some personal visits. Do you have a spirit of hospitality? If so, contact Kirsten at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a service member, veteran, or military loved one looking to connect with other Catholic military families and supporters? Join us for fellowship and friendship at the Saint Michael Ministry for Military Families. Greg and Ashley Hutchinson, the ministry's leaders. Greg is a US Army infantryman and combat veteran, his wife Ashley is a former Family Readiness Group (FRG) leader and they understand the unique struggles that military families, especially Catholic ones face. Email Ashley at email@example.com for more information.