American Heritage Girls is the premier national character development organization for young women that encourages family involvement and embraces Christian Values. Any girl from 5-18 can join. They meet the 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month, 1:30-3 pmClick here for more information.
The hospitality committee prepares and serves coffee, juice, cookies, and cake after the 10:30 a.m. Mass. The coffee, juice, cookies and cake are provided by the church. Volunteers set up and clean up afterward. Each volunteer does this about 2—3 times a year. Volunteers arrive a few minutes before 10:00 a.m. To start the coffee brewing, and then they leave Mass after Communion to set out the food and pour juice. Clean up is minimal, and volunteers are finished about 20 minutes after Mass is over. The hospitality committee is always in need of more volunteers!
Contact: Sheila Veach Phone: (803) 537-0351
The Women's Club is a parish group of 35—50 women who sponsor several key activities throughout the year. They create items for sale for the Christmas Bazaar. They host the annual yard sale where parishioners can drop off items and the church coordinates the sale of the items. In 2007 the Ladies Guild presented the parish with a large check as their contribution to the Capital Campaign.
Contact: Amy Easler Phone: (803) 781-6227
The Men’s Club is a parish group of 35– 50 men who sponsor various activities throughout the year to promote fellowship among the men of the parish and to help serve the needs of the parish family. Just a few of their key activities include: Valentine’s Day Dinner (February), Corn Beef Cabbage (March), Lenten Friday Fish Fry (April), Golf Tournament (May), Back to School Breakfast (August), Fall Festival cooking (October), Prime Rib Christmas Dinner (December). The Men’s Club provides two $1,000 college scholarships each year to graduating seniors from the parish. The Men’s Club meets the second Monday of the month at 6:30 for dinner and a meeting. Among our activities is the fishing tournament in May.
Contact: Jim Assemany Phone: (803) 960-9417
The Welcome Committee is a team of 10 – 12 parishioners who take turns attending the various masses so that they can talk with prospective parishioners. After meeting new parishioners The Welcome Committee takes time to answer questions, network the new family into various clubs and introduces new families to other parishioners. The Welcome Committee sponsors the Newcomer Brunch where new families can learn about all of the activities available through the parish and sign up to help.
Knights of Columbus
Contact: STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE TO REORGANIZE MINISTRY
Mrs. Dawn Mortus, (713) 824-4091, email@example.com
The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal benefit society focused on the principles of charity, unity and fraternity. The Knights of Columbus has over 1.9 million members throughout the United States, Canada, the several other countries. Council 6892 has established a Roundtable to serve our membership, the Parish and the Diocese. Our annual Columbus Hope Charity Drive provides support to Special Olympics and greater Columbia area special needs schools and programs. The Roundtable meets the third Monday of the month at 6:30 for fellowship and a meeting. Among our activities are several Pro-Life programs, the 40 Cans for Lent food drive and Keep Christ in Christmas.
Contact: Gerard Couture Phone: (803) 727-2127