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Book Discussion Group
Meets the 4th Monday of the month in the Bride's Room at 1:00 pm from September through June. The group picks from classics, best sellers, fiction and non-fiction.
Coffee and Donuts
This social gathering takes place in the cafeteria following the 8:30 and 11:15 am Sunday Masses. Individuals or couples are needed to set up, serve, and cleanup.
The Lenten Fish Fry is meant to be a time of sharing with family and friends to build up the community of our parish. All those volunteering their time and the treasure of their talents preparing the fresh food, serving or cleaning up afterwards make this ministry possible.
Golf Leagues (Men's & Women's)
There's no pressure, no tryouts - just fun, fresh air and friendship!
St. Helen Ladies' Guild promotes sociability among its members, works for the general welfare and needs of the Church, and encourages spiritual and material undertakings that are recommended by our pastor, Father Jay. The Guild is open to all women of the parish. Activities include funeral luncheons, Annual Rummage Sale, Father Jay's Birthday Breakfast, and the Christmas Party Luncheon. The meeting is held the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 2:00 pm in the Bride's Room.
Marriage Enrichment Course
This course is open to all married couples; designed to strengthen any marriage - no matter how long the duration; and presented in a series of eight Saturday nights January through March.
St. Helen Picnic Committee starts planning the Parish Picnic in January. The picnic is held at Wiegand's Lake Park on a Sunday during the summer. Volunteers are always welcome.
PreCana & Natural Family Planning Core
We the people of St. Helen Parish, 55 years of age and older, meet to form an organization of older adults. We come together to share spiritual, social and educational experiences. Activities include lunches at interesting places, pilgrimages, casino bus trips, visits to local museums, historical sites, observatories and other attractions.
We are a group of women over fifty who meet socially for dinner at various restaurants on the first Monday of each month. We are not officially part of the International Red Hat Society; however we do don our red hats and deck out in something purple for our dinners. Members-in-waiting (those under fifty) must wear a pink hat and something lavender.
Provides food services for retreats, renewals, receptions and other parish events.
Guide Book & Directory
Gathers, updates, and formats the parishioner data for the Directory; and the ministry, organizations and activities going on in our parish.
Organizes information racks hanging in the vestibule which serve as a permanent ministry fair providing the "Who, What, When and Where" of the ministries, organizations and activities going on in our parish.
Time, Talent & Treasure
Conducts the ministry appeal, tabulates and distributes the data.
Unicycle drill team is available for parades and other events. For bookings contact Steve via E-Mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides information, directions and resources to meet the needs of our parishioners and visitors to our Church to ensure that they feel at home, that they belong, and that they are appreciated here.