Ministries/Groups/Orgs

Our Mission

We offer a wide variety of ways in which you may participate more fully as a member of our faith community.
Church is much more than a Sunday morning experience. Join a ministry to really get to know your church family, and to make serving the Lord a bigger part of your everyday life. God has equipped each of us with talents and gifts that He wants to use to expand his kingdom. Find out how you can be a blessing to your church and your community.

Our Ministries Groups and Organizations

Liturgy

                          

Altar Servers:  Altar Servers play an integral part in the Mass, assisting the priest reverently and prayerfully with the duties they have been assigned. 
The Altar Server ministry is open to parish children in the 4th grade and above who have made their First Communion, attend Mass regularly, and are continuing their faith formation through religious education classes. 

Training for new Altar Servers is provided in the fall and spring. Once the class has been completed, Altar Servers are scheduled for their requested Mass time. Opportunities are also available to those children who wish to serve at funerals, weddings and special Masses throughout the year.
If you are interested, please contact Mary Buenrostro [email protected]

Ushers & Greeters: While today's ushers don't ring bells or open the church, their primary duties and responsibilities include greeting and welcoming parishioners as they enter the church, help them to find seats, taking up the collection and wishing everyone a good day at the conclusion of the Eucharistic Celebration.
 “A liturgical function is also exercised by… [t]those who take up the collections in the church; [t]hose who, in some regions, welcome the faithful at the church doors, seat them appropriately, and marshal them in processions” (GIRM, no. 105c-d). As the priest and other ministers prepare for Mass in the sacristy, lay persons have a valuable role to play in welcoming their brothers and sisters to the church and ensuring that all have a place to sit. These apostolates are related to hospitality, an important aspect of the New Evangelization.

It is the perfect ministry for those who want to serve but do not have a lot of extra time. 
You can perform your service during the Mass that you regularly attend. Ministers of Hospitality are usually assigned 1-2 times per month and asked to volunteer for Holiday Masses and Reconciliation Services. 
If you are interested in becoming an usher please contact Louis Pierotti  @[email protected]


Social Connection

Bereavement
Marriage Ministry
5-S Club
Men of Joseph
Filipino American Association
Seniors
Deaf Community
Comite Hispano
Guadalupanos
Young Adults

Youth Ministry : Contact David Zamudio [email protected]
Youth nights Wednesday 6-8pm. He will be responsible for sending you the weekly newsletter to be posted on this link. I will let him know. And he will send the description as well to you on what to post on this page.


Community Service

5-S Club
Bereavement
Boy’s Scout of America
Eucharistic Ministers to the homebound
God’s helping hands
Men of Joseph

Fililpino American Association
Seniors
Prison Ministry

Social Outreach
Deaf Community:    Mass on Sunday 10am in the hall with lunch to follow. Contact person is Betty  Johnson [email protected], Celia Solis [email protected] and Anne Marie Shafer [email protected]

Italian Catholic Federation


Spiritual Growth

Marriage Ministry
Eucharistic Ministers to the homebound
Legion of Mary
Heart of Mary
Cursillo
Men’s & Women Retreat

Altar & Rosary Society:           Contact person Charlotte Moreno:  [email protected]
Traffic Control
Reflexiones Biblicas
St Paul Bible Study
CCD
Engaged in Love


Council


Parish Council


 If you are interested in joining the finance council, please reach out to Antonio Cervantes  [email protected]
They meet every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm