- We encourage all parishioners to
exercise their God-given Talents in assisting with the Liturgy. See the
bulletin for Lector and Extraordinary Ministers schedules. Contact
the Parish Office if you or anyone in your family is interested in serving
in any of the following:
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion
Usher / Greeter
Linen Team Member
Church Cleaning -
Monthly volunteers clean, dust
and vacuum the church, vestibule, sacristy, and restrooms for the good of
all our parishioners. Sign up is usually requested at the end of
Young & Young at
Heart Adult Gathering - Periodic meetings of parish adults
for fellowship, fun, and food. Bring your favorite beverage
and appetizer as announced throughout the year in the weekly
Venue at a home or other designated meeting place. Contact
for dates, details, or to volunteer your home for a meeting.
Ministry of Hospitalization - Providing meals
for parishioners who are sick and after hospitalization. Contact
The Parish Office.
Ministry for Bereavement - Four groups of volunteers bringing meals to the parish hall for families of
parishioners after a funeral mass and burial.
The Parish Office.
Homebound Visitation - Margaret Goforth visits our homebound
parishioners who can not regularly attend Mass. If you are
homebound, or know of someone who is homebound, contact
Margaret Goforth who will schedule a visit. In addition
to bringing Holy Communion, she may also bring small offerings from our
parishioners (cards, cookies, a casserole, seasonal decoration, etc).
Our homebound parishioners have usually been active in the parish
assisting with cleaning, cooking for special events, ushering, offering
financial support - - and are now assisting us through their prayer and
suffering. We ask that you pray for them, and bring any small gifts you
would like to donate to the parish office.
The Parish Finance Council is a consultative body of lay persons
mandated by Canon Law, established to advise the Pastor in matters
pertaining to the financial affairs of the Parish. Members are
with experience in business, management, finance, and budgeting;
appointed by the Pastor.
Council - The
Parish Pastoral Council is a body of lay persons allowed by
Canon Law, established to assist the Pastor in the placing,
co-coordinating, guiding, and directing of all aspects of parish
life. Members are elected by the Parishioners and appointed
by the Pastor to serve six year terms.
Group - High school teens desiring to learn more about their
faith, worship Our Lord, serve others, and have a great time
developing new friendships. Food and a lesson on living
for Christ as a Teen. Contact Andrea Booker for more information.
Meeting from 6:00 - 7:30 pm in the "Youth House".
Check the bulletin for dates.
Knights of Columbus - Service and Charitable men's organization.
Meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7pm. Contact Terry Taylor
for further information - (205)
Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus -
Ladies age 18 and over support the Knights of Columbus' charitable causes
in the Church and Community. Contact Boots Barnard for further information
Guild - 1st Wednesday of the month immediately
following the traditional breakfast at Laney's (after morning Mass).
The meeting will take place at the restaurant and is open to men and women
of the parish. The group's plan is to follow in the footsteps of St.
Theresa, the "Little Flower", by doing little things like
she did. Contact the coordinator, Lannie Newman, 205-640-3817, or
e-mail her at email@example.com.
Leeds Welfare Cooperative - Helping the less fortunate in
the Leeds area - - a second collection is taken up on the first weekend
Masses of the month. Please be generous.
- Check the latest bulletin
for the Family Announcement listings for Births, Baptisms, Birthdays,
Marriages, Sick, Shut Ins, Deaths, and Anniversaries.
These parishioners need your personal prayers.
– Helping those in
need at Christmas through donations.
“Truly I say to you,
as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to me.”