If you are interested in one of the following services or organizations, please refer to the Contacts web page for the coordinator’s name and phone number.
PASTORAL COUNCIL 3rd Tuesday at 7 P.M.
With nine elected members, each for a three year term, the Council performs in a support and advisory capacity to the Pastor and is the central coordinating body of the parish. Deacons, chairpersons, and other interested parishioners are invited to attend.
FINANCE COUNCIL 2ed Tuesday at 7 P.M. (Except July, August and December)
The Council advises the Pastor in matters of parish financial affairs, including assisting in the development of the annual church budget, as well as the annual financial statement and report. The Council assists in evaluating the effectiveness of parish support through the tithing and other fundraising activities. They assist the Pastor in developing procedures for the safekeeping of parish funds and physical assets and for record keeping on financial matters.
This committee coordinates parish receptions after Masses and selected celebrations throughout the year as well as assists in welcoming new members to the parish.
The Ladies’ Club mission is to support the parish community, as a dedicated group of women, by providing spiritual and social functions resulting in both personal and community growth. Throughout the year the Ladies’ Club hosts both Christian Fellowship and community programs. The Ladies’ Club welcomes all women of the parish to participate and to consider sharing your special talents and time.
MEN’S CLUB 1st Monday at 7:30 P.M. in Family Life Center
The Men’s Club promotes religious and social fellowship within our parish. They sponsor religious, social, recreational, and fundraising activities throughout the year. Open to all men of the parish, this association assists with other parish activities and maintenance of the church grounds.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 2nd and 4th Thursday at 7:30 P.M.
The Knights of Columbus Council is open to all men over the age of 18. The society develops fellowship, aids the Church, provides fraternal insurance and performs charitable, educational and patriotic works.
The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America, well-
The St. John Vianney Youth Group attempts to fulfill the needs of the young people in various areas: social, spiritual, athletic, cultural, and service. The organization assists the youth in finding their identity in Christ, in understanding their responsibility toward others, and in developing a well-
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