For information or to volunteer contact Parish Council Liaison – Maria Frank at firstname.lastname@example.org
This group, representative of the parish demographics, shares a passion for leading individuals and the community as a whole into mature discipleship. Adult formation provides education opportunities for adult parishioners offering new insight, learning, and spiritual growth in faith, such as Faithful Film Nights. Ambassadors lead and provide goodwill for the formation efforts of the parish. Seasonal programs take place throughout the year in addition to the Advent and Lent Seasons. There are also additional opportunities in conjunction with Regional Programs and Parishes. Contact Curt Meyers at email@example.com
Assist parents in understanding the sacrament of Baptism-its origins, signs, symbols, and responsibilities. Parental responsibilities and sponsorship are discussed. A two-session meeting is required prior to Baptism. (Volunteers give instruction, support parents through community presence at session, and follow-up) Contact Deacon Jim Stanford at the parish office 502-459-4251.
Liturgy of the Word for Children
This ministry helps children better understand the Sunday readings. Adult volunteers are needed to proclaim and assist on a monthly basis. (Training is available and Safe Environment Training is required.) Call the parish office for more information.
For more information contact Deacon Bruce Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org
Men’s Prayer Group
Meets Saturday Mornings at 6:30 a.m. Contact Tom Kennedy at email@example.com
This process is for preparing adults wishing to be Baptized and/or Confirmed in the Catholic faith. It involves the spiritual and religious formation of unbaptized adults or adults previously baptized in another Christian tradition and takes place step by step over a period of time. There is an adapted process for unbaptized children, ages 7 and above. The entire parish has a role in initiating persons into full membership. Meetings are held year-round and offer an opportunity for adults to receive instruction in Catholic beliefs as well as the opportunity to meet others willing to share their faith journey. Anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic way of life is welcome to come; as well as any Catholic willing to share time in prayer as part of the RCIA team. Volunteers are needed to be team members, sponsors, babysitters, hospitality, and share faith. Training and resource materials are provided. For more information contact Deacon Jim McGoff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides religious instruction of elementary and middle school children by Archdiocesan-certified catechists. Mandatory participation for student athletes not enrolled in John Paul II Academy. (Need catechists and substitute catechists for grades K-8. Catechists share faith with the children, help prepare them for receiving Sacraments, and formation in the Catholic faith.) We are in hopes of forming a high school Religious Education Program. Contact Chris Finzer at 502-648-4870 or at email@example.com
Vacation Bible School
Provides Bible education in a fun format of instruction, music, crafts, storytelling, and games for 4-year olds through 5th graders. Volunteers coordinate planning, teach, oversee crafts, games, snack, songs, etc. Contact the parish office at 502-459-4251.
Walking With Purpose
A women’s prayer group that meets weekly. Several sessions are offered. Contact Marisa Tichenor at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Why Not Catholic?
WNC meets monthly during the year except during Advent and Lent at which time they change over to a weekly time frame. Contact Sally Lynch for more information at email@example.com
A vital ministry that reaches out to young people of this faith community by serving the social and spiritual needs of young people by integrating them into the life, work & mission of the Church. Youth ministry provides programs that offer spiritual growth, as well as social, educational, and service opportunities. By participating in the events and activities provided, it is hoped that their environment will foster a sense of identity with the parish. In addition, special emphasis is on Confirmation preparation for 8th graders throughout the school year; which includes Focus sessions, service opportunities, and a retreat experience. Adults, young adults and youth are invited and encouraged to become involved in this vital ministry of our church. Contact the parish office at 502-459-4251 for more information. Contact Curt Meyers at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.