We invite you to join us and get connected. Youngster, adult, single, married, widow or widower all are needed and welcomed. Encountering Christ involves more than attending Sunday service. It is about caring for people around you and forming lasting relationships.
Take the opportunity to participate in parish life through of our many ministries, parish organizations and volunteer activities. We invite you to join us and get connected.
The Altar Servers at Holy Family are made up of young men and women aged 10 through 18 who wish to serve at the Altar.
Art & Environment
The Art and Environment committee is made up of dedicated volunteers who work weekends and holidays as well as late nights and early mornings to decorate the Church inside and out.
Black History & Heritage Outreach
Programs focusing on Black History & Heritage Outreach.
Choir Members Wanted
The Music Ministry is in dire need of voices and would like to extend a heartfelt invitation to come and share your musical talents as a member of one of our various choirs or as a Cantor to “Minister in Song” and lead the congregation at the 7:30 AM or 9:00 AM Masses. If you are interested and feel that God is calling you to serve, please contact Janet Munford, Music Coordinator at 571-499-1455 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Circle of Caring
Programs for Healing, Comfort and Support
We would like to get eight teams in place (each team consisting of 7 people). With eight teams in place, each team would be counting once every couple of months.
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic Fraternal and service organizations. Founded by Father Michael J. McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut in 1882. It was named in honor of the Christopher Columbus. Membership is open to all practicing Catholic men 18 years and older.
The ministry of Lector is a layperson’s special privilege of proclaiming the “Word of God” both Daily and during the Weekend Masses.
Parking Lot Safety Monitors
Our Parking Lot Safety Monitors are volunteers responsible for the smooth exit from the parking lot after all masses.
The Pastoral Council is the principal planning body for Holy Family Catholic Church. The members, who serve, function as advisers to our Pastor on all aspects of parish life.
Sacristans are lay people responsible for the care and up keep of the sacristy including all sacred vessels, vestments, altar utensils, linens and supplies.
Ushers keep things running smoothly. They help parishioners find seats, take up collections, help sick parishioners as well as a myriad of other service related jobs.
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