Opportunities to volunteer or participate in our Fellowship groups are listed below.
What We Do: The main purpose of the events committee is to facilitate the building of community & fellowship within the church. The committee has the following responsibilities: Plan social events for the congregation that facilitates community building and fun. This includes annual or bi-annual events such as church picnics, spaghetti dinners, assisting in the 5K Fun Run; assisting the fundraising committee. There are roles for everyone ranging from event planning, to day of event participation, tickets sales, and more.
Time Commitment: Time commitment is driven by the type of event and role you to which you volunteer. You can choose event(s) you'd like to participate in and choose how much time you are able to give. A call for volunteers will go out for specific events. For example, for Spaghetti Dinners, you could choose to set up, break down, or serve food. Each activity taking approximately 1 to 1/12 hours.
Volunteer Ages: All events are typically high-schooler to adult volunteers; although middle school children have volunteered to run picnic activities, such as face-painting, crafting and games
Knights of Columbus
What We Do: The Knights of Columbus is the largest lay organization in the Catholic Church and our mission is to support our families, our parish, our priests and our community.
Time Commitment: Be a 24 hour Knight - a combined 24 hours of volunteer work, mass support, program support and meeting attendance in a given year. Being a Knight is less burdensome than you think.
Volunteer Ages: Catholic men age 18 and older are encouraged to step forward and be leaders in our faith community.
Women of Corpus Christi
What We Do: The Women of Corpus Christi has a three-fold mission of fellowship, spiritual growth, and service. Fellowship: To foster and fortify the parish community by providing opportunities for social interaction in small groups and parish-wide activities. Spiritual growth: To inspire and provide parishioners with opportunities to grow in their faith through Bible study, book clubs, and guest speakers. Service: To serve our parish and community through corporal and spiritual works of mercy.
Time Commitment: Team members needed to meet monthly to plan and coordinate activities
Volunteer Ages: Adult women.
What We Do: Looking for adults to help establish a stronger ongoing youth program in our parish. Volunteer(s) also needed to lead our WorkCamp program and to coordinate parish participation in other diocesan-wide events (in coordination with the Diocesan Office of Youth Ministry).
Time Commitment: Parish youth program time commitment will depend on the programs we are able to establish.
WorkCamp is a commitment of preparation and fundraising, moving toward a week-long (late-June) outreach to the needy in our diocese.
Volunteer Ages: 21 and older