Rick Nielsen 894-1788 firstname.lastname@example.org The purpose of the Church Hospitality committee is to build church community through fellowship time such as coffee and a snack after mass.
Karen Monroe 343-8741 email@example.com Each week counting teams rotate and count the Sunday collection according to diocesan policies and procedures.
Extraordinary Ministers Holy Communion (EMHC)
Diane Smith 345-7028 DiOKeefe@yahoo.comDiOKeeffe@yahoo.com Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion offer the Precious Body and Blood to others at Mass. Training is required.
Extraordinary Ministers to the Sick at Enloe Hospital
Gail Boswell 891-4709 Our ministry has administered to Catholic patients from Butte, Glenn and Tehama counties for the past 24 years. Our ministers visit Enloe Hospital Mon thru Fri.
By appointment of pastor.
Holy Spirit Prayer Group
Sharon Haselton 891-5334 A gathering of Catholic Christians who give praise, thanks, and love, to God through word and song. We praise God for all the gifts he has given, through the help of the Holy Spirit, and we pray for the needs of others. We meet at 7pm on the 4th Wednesday of each month at the Newman Center.
Homebound Ministry Program
Karen Monroe 3453-8741 firstname.lastname@example.org Ministers bring Holy Communion to people confined at home or in senior care facilities. There are twelve ministers officially participating in this ministry on a weekly basis.
Knights of Columbus
Steve Silva 345-02011 The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic Fraternal Organization that is built around serving the priests, parish and community. Our goal is not only to raise money for deserving charities and individuals, but to be a Catholic Men’s support group that gives us a chance to do something bigger than what we can do on our own. We are always looking for new members to join in; the only requirement is that they are 18 or older and in good standing with the church.
Diane Smith 345-7028 DiOKeee@yahoo.com Ministry of Proclaiming the Word of God at Mass. Trained lectors, or readers, read the first and second readings as well as the psalm and petitions. Sound reading in this ancient task puts focus into the theme of each Sunday Mass. There is also lecturing at daily Mass.