The Altar Society's primary purpose is supplying the needs of the Sanctuary and Sacristy (e.g. flowers for the altar, altar wine and bread, altar linens, vestments, candles, and cleaning the church). They represent the parish in a spiritual and social manner by providing dinner for the family of a deceased parishioner and collecting gifts for the patients of the Veteran's Administration Hospital at Christmas. Membership is open to all women of the parish age 18 or older.

Meetings: 2nd Monday of the month 6:30pm


Volunteers collect and distribute food and clothing to needy families in the area as a ministry to the community.


This committee of volunteers participates in activities welcoming new parishioners and visitors in a variety of ways including sending cards, making telephone calls and/or personal visits to parishioners.

A Catholic men's fraternal benefit society formed to provide support and assistance to members of the church and community. Brotherhood in Knights of Columbus is open to all males 18 years or older who are practicing Catholics and wish to serve the church and community.

Meetings: 3rd Monday of each month at 6:30pm

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An organization committed to assisting the pastor and developing, implementing and maintaining parish programs and functions. The organization strives to further the spiritual development of the parish community, while building unity among male members of the congregation. The Men's Club also provides assistance in the maintenance of parish buildings and property. Membership is open to all men of the parish 18 years or older.

Meetings: 2nd Sunday of the month at 6:00pm


Assist with counting the offertory gifts from the weekend Masses.


Members offer prayers for the specific needs of parish members and their families.


This ministry provides awareness of social concerns as they pertain to the various stages of life, from conception to natural death. Promotes respect for life activities including Forty Days for Life, Mass for Life, and March for Life.


Each member of the Rosary Sodality recites one decade of the rosary privately, but in solidarity, so the full rosary is prayed daily. Members also lead the congregation in praying the rosary before Saturday Vigil and Sunday's 8:00am Mass.


Study group for those interested in participating in a journey through the Scriptures; learning and growing more in your faith.

Meetings: Sunday at 9:00am (directly after 8:00am Mass) 


Ushers assist with welcoming all to the Liturgy by greeting and seating those in attendance as well as assisting with offertory collections, selecting participants to present the gifts, distribution of bulletins and closing the church after Mass.