One of the more important reasons for the success of St Bernadette Church and School is the generosity of its parishioners. God has given each of us our own special gifts and talents. The best way for us to praise the Lord is to share these gifts by giving back to our church and school. The dedication and devotion of our parishioners enable our parish to thrive. If you have time or a talent that you wish to share, we would love to hear from you!
Possibilities for Service at St Bernadette Church:Greet churchgoers at the door before Mass. Be an usher: find seating for people, take the offering, find volunteers for the Procession with the Gifts
. Be an alter server (open to men, women, and children 4th grade up). Proclaim the readings at Mass. Distribute the Body and Blood of Christ at Mass. Sing in the choir at the 11:00 Eucharist (practice on Wednesday evening)
Lightly clean the church monthly, on Friday or Saturday.
Possibilities for Service among the Parishioners:
Call and/or visit the sick, post-op, aging, and homebound.
Help hospitality committee with monthly gathering after all Masses.
On behalf of the breveament ministry assist families in planning funeral mass.
Help organize, promote parish social events: dinners, dancers, gatherings. Contact parish office and/or check bulletin.
Parish Groups who would welcome you:The Parish Religion Program teaches public school children on Sunday mornings. Cub Scouts Girl Scouts Athletic Boosters organize, coach youth and adult athletics; meet monthly. St. Vincent de Paul Society provides food, care, funds to local needy.
Knights of Columbus: a Catholic men’s service organization. Youth Ministry senior high schoolers (9-12 grades) - meets Sunday evenings.
Parish Men’s Group meets monthly to discuss concerns of Catholic men. S.A.L.T. Committee provides spiritual growth opportunities for parishioners.
If you would like to volunteer and have a specific idea in mind, feel free to contact our Parish Office.
"As each has received a gift, employ it for one another,
as good stewards of God's varied grace."
— 1 Peter 4:10