Ministries - Parish Life
Our Parish Life ministries offer opportunities for parishioners
to interact socially to build strong, faith based relationships.
(Catholics of Nearby Neighborhoods Enjoying Community Together)
Becky Carter - firstname.lastname@example.org
CONNECT was created as a tool to connect parishioners in
‘neighborhood’ groups to promote fellowship.
Engaged Couples Ministry
Michele & T.A. Smith - email@example.com
Become part of Holy Family’s marriage preparation team that
facilitates Diocesan Engaged Couples Retreats.
Funeral Reception Committee
Nancy Westfall - firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers provide set-up, serve, and clean-up for a reception
lunch/dinner for members of the parish who have experienced
a death in their family and wish to have a reception afterwards.
Helping Hands Ministry
Diane Marek - email@example.com
Volunteers provide services to parishioners when they are faced
with unusual circumstances, such as the death of a family member,
a serious illness, or surgery. Services may include meal preparation
and other services as needed. Helping Hands members also work
closely with the Funeral Reception committee.
Knights of Columbus
Rafe Donahue - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Knights of Columbus (K of C) Council 15234 is a group of Catholic men
who serve our parish and the community at large. We do this by organizing
programs to bring people together for fun and fellowship, raise funds
for worthy causes, and provide opportunities for deeper spirituality.
Married Couples Ministry
Kelly Contreras - email@example.com
Our Married Couples ministry offers fellowship as well as
information and workshops to support a healthy marriage.
Pat Sheridan - firstname.lastname@example.org
Members organize and sponsor many parish events, including the
Christmas Basket Program, Mardi Gras Dinner & Auction, Annual Parish
Picnic, and Coffee & Donuts after Sunday a.m. Masses. Fellowship
meetings are held monthly. All men of the parish are invited.
Julie Dreyfus - email@example.com
MOPS encourages and equips moms of young children to realize their potentia
as mothers and women. We meet twice a month for an hour and a half for fun
and fellowship. In addition we get together for dinner and play dates.
Childcare is provided for those children walking through preschool.
Ted Duello - firstname.lastname@example.org
This ministry offers opportunities for parishioners who are widowed, separated,
or divorced to support each other through meetings and social settings.
Play & Pray
Valerie Bayham - email@example.com
We provide social interaction for children (newborn through preschool)
and their mothers. Our group meets one morning every other week.
Chuck Mauro - firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone over the age of 50 is invited to join this group. The Senior Group
provides a ministry of love, friendship, and a sense of belonging. Group activities
include bimonthly potlucks, monthly Dutch treat lunches, field trips,
local theater group shows, and other special attractions.
Serra Club / Vocations
Gerard Killmeyer - email@example.com
Serra International is a lay group of the Catholic Church, whose mission
is to foster and affirm vocations to the priesthood and vowed religious
life in the USA. Serra of Williamson County are men and women of
Holy Family, St. Philip, and St. Matthew parishes who meet monthly
for dinner and a program on vocations.
Susan Simmons - firstname.lastname@example.org
Help with receptions to welcome new parishioners and visitors to our parish.
Debbie Smith - email@example.com
Women’s Club offers a variety of social events throughout the year designed
to foster community among women of all ages. Events include a variety of themes
and often will include a speaker presenting topics of relevance to women.
Renee Bockenstedt - firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a Group of young people (18-30 years of age), single or married, striving
for a closer relationship with God, while building great friendships with other
young adults through a mixture of faith discussion and social activities.