Ministries at St. Monica
Being in front of the Holy Scared Eucharist and sitting with Jesus brings graces to your life. It enriches your prayer life and strengthens your spiritual life. God is so pleased with adoration that every hour spent there releases more souls to heaven.
Contact Leigh Ann Barr at 359-7858 or by E-mail.
Have you suffered a divorce or separation and fear condemnation, isolation, or disenfranchisement? The Catholic Church is not here to condemn, but to facilitate healing that only God can offer. Join others in a small group setting during which time participants will explore surviving divorce or separation in the Catholic Church. Learn about Church teachings on divorce, the annulment process, and tools that can help you manage difficult feelings and situations related to divorce or separation.
The Catholic Church inspires movement toward God even when things in your life seem difficult. Divorce does not have to define you. Instead, you can use your experience as an opportunity to move forward living in submission to God's will through fellowship with Him.
Surviving Divorce is for the newly separated and divorced and those still struggling with issues many years later. It will help them answer their questions, restore hope, and begin authentic healing. Classes begin April 7th and will meet each Saturday at St. Monica from 9:00am–11:00am. Learn more or register.
Light Weigh one king
Light Weigh One King is a faith based weight loss program. Members grow closer to Our Lord through this program while learning how to lose weight and be healthier. Meetings are once a week and one must sign up before attending a meeting.
Contact the church office or Laura Highberger
Martha and Mary
Martha and Mary provides meals and fellowship to families and/or individuals in need due to health issues or has other needs. We currently have three teams of five that alternate providing services.
Contact: Judy Akin
Our purpose is to do the sacred wash weekly. Our volunteers will do the wash about once
every 6 weeks. This is a very important ministry as it helps in the preparation for our Mass celebration.
Contact: Cathy Krittenbrink
Homebound ministers serve those unable to come to Mass by bringing the "Body of Christ" to them. This sharing of our greatest gift brings joy and peace both to those who give as well as to those who receive. Often this personal visit is at a time of great need and so it is a very rewarding ministry.
If you or someone you know is ill, in the hospital, homebound or not able to get to Mass because of circumstances beyond their control, call the church office at 359-2700 so a Homebound Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion may bring them Communion.
Contact: Deacon Jerry Rakosky, Chairperson of the Homebound Ministry
Available upon request of the the family.
Contact: Joyce Greenlee at 471-1859
Knights of Columbus
St. Monica Council No. 11237
Contact: Greg Greenlee, Grand Knight at 471-1857
- Middles & Mature
- Mom's group
- Women's Bible Study
- Sunday Bible Study
- Parents of young Children PYC
- St. Vincent de Paul ministry
- Spiritual book club
- Substance abuse ministry
- Music / Choir
- Youth Choir
- Knights of Columbus
- St. Augustine Men's group
- Liturgical Ministers
- Ushers / Greeters
- Grounds / Cleaning
- Altar Boys
- Communion to the Homebound