Community Service

5-S Club: As parishioners, we, members of the 5 S Club, serve the needs of the parish through our work assisting St. Rose of Lima Parish Office. We are willing give our timeand talent toward any mailings which the Office deems necessary at any given time. Formed in response to the St.
Rose of Lima Office send out parish mailings when needed. For more info, email Margaret Somervell

Bereavement: The Bereavement Ministry will serve families who have lost a loved one to death through St. Rose of Lima. The members of the ministry are trained to successfully implement our mission to give comfort and support to the grieving families of our community by giving them our time, hearing their thoughts and sharing their tears. For more info, email Maly Vargas

Boy’s Scout of America: To develop morally strong, ethical citizens who, throughout their lifetimes, live by the Scout Oath and
carry out the Scout Law. For more info, email John Vogel

Eucharistic Ministers to the homebound: Bringing Communion to the sick, homebound, and hospitalized.

God’s helping hands: To help widows, senior citizens and those in need with general home maintenance
and safety concerns. For more info, contact Allen Gates

Prison Ministry
: team of men and women gathered by God for the purpose of sharing the gospel message of Jesus Christ to incarcerated men, women & teens. Jesus’ words in Matthew 25:36 gives us the basis for this ministry, “…I was in prison and you visited me…” We are called to share His love, hope and life-changing message to those behind bars and those who have been recently released from the system. For info: Deacon Juan Buenrostro

Deaf Community:    Monthly Deaf Mass in hall: to unite and minister to deaf Catholics and their families in sharing faith. Weekly masses in Church: to unite with all parishioners and to promote awareness of Deaf Culture. Mass on Sunday 10am in the hall with lunch to follow. info, email Deacon Gerardo Marquez or Marie Diso

Italian Catholic Federation: The Italian Catholic Federation (ICF) is a non-profit fraternal organization for practicing Catholics of all ages and cultures. The federation’s mission is to uphold and develop the religious spirit among its members and to spread that spirit throughout the community. As Christians, we continue the tradition of love, hospitality, and works of charity as signs of Christ’s peace among us.

Knights of Columbus: Founded on these principles: charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism, the Knights of Columbus is the largest Catholic service organization in the world, committed to acting on faith and helping the world. They serve the church, the community, and the family.