Organizations in the Parish
Check the calendar, the bulletin or contact person for meetings and events.
Most groups meet either in the school building (follow the covered path from the side of the church to the school door)
or the Carmelite House (610 Nash Street, from the church it is directly across Rountree St.)
African-American Ministry Chapter (AAmen)
The parish sponsors this chapter in order to promote unity among people and evangelization to the unchurched. For more information, contact Daisy Crump or Barbara Farmer.
A group of parishioners meeting at lunchtime one Wednesday a month to discuss good Catholic and Christian literature. For more information, contact Joan Satterly (291-0523).
Come for some fun playing Bunco at 7pm, usually the 4th Tuesday of the month, in the school (second classroom on the left). Bunco is a dice game that is very easy to learn and very easy to play. No previous experience necessary. Bring a friend! For more information, contact the Parish Office.
Knights of Columbus
Council #4660 is an International Catholic Fraternal organization for men of the parish. Membership is open to all men in the parish who are in Full Communion with the Roman Catholic Church. Their goal is to provide service to church, community, council, family and youth. Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month in the school at 7:00pm. For more information, please visit their website here.
A group of people who support one another through prayer. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 1:00pm in the School. For more information, contact Eileen Campbell (243-4327).
A social organization for both men and women meeting on a monthly basis. This organization, for those 55 years of age and older, provides an opportunity for socialization and recreation. For more information, contact Sally Smith (243-4534).
St. Therese Women’s Club
This organization gives women of the parish an opportunity to meet and socialize with other women of the parish. They plan or assist with many parish events such as Bunco, Parish Picnic, Confirmation and Easter Vigil receptions, Church decorating, Soup Suppers and Vacation Bible School. All women are encouraged to join. For more information, contact the Parish office.