Event Organizations

Organizations within the parish that support a social function and practice Christian ideals welcome volunteers and new members. Whether you can make a long or short–term commitment, any contribution of your talent is welcome. For more information about these organizations, please contact the individuals listed. Consult the weekly bulletin for further opportunities.

 

Heritage Days Festival

This annual festival is an opportunity for all members of the parish to come together. It is an opportunity to meet new people, work for the good of the parish, and have a good time. While this is the major parish fundraiser, the most important aspect of Heritage Days is recognizing the great community at Holy Family. There are many ways for individuals to get involved with various levels and time commitments.

 

Mary and Martha Society

The Mary & Martha Society draws its members into community while serving the needs of the parish. The group meets the second Thursday of the month, and meetings are open to all women of the parish. As the name implies, the Mary & Martha Society has both a spiritual and an active element. The group has an annual Day of Recollection and leads the rosary before weekend Masses in October and May. Members clean the church linens, help serve funeral meals, produce beautiful quilts, and assist the parish as needed.

 

Resurrection Banquet Ministry

The Resurrection Banquet Ministry provides funeral luncheons for families of deceased parishioners up to a maximum of 45 individuals.

 

Men’s Club

The Holy Family Men’s Club is a major community builder and fundraiser for the parish. The group meets on the third Monday of the month as men of the parish gather to share dinner and fellowship. Outside speakers are often enlisted to speak on a wide variety of topics. The group runs various fundraisers to provide needed support for the parish.

 

La Dolce Vita  (Auction)

The parish dinner and auction feature both silent and live auctions, 50/50 raffles, food, wine, and fun. This is a festive time for parishioners and friends to gather together in support of our parish and school community.

 

Social Events

Other events that help foster the sense of community in our parish will be publicized in the weekly parish bulletin. In the past, some of the events have included picnics, potlucks, hospitality Sundays, social events, and more.

Weekend Masses

​Saturday: 5:00 pm (vigil)
Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:30 am  

Weekday Masses

Tues. through Fri.: 7:00 am
Mon. & Wed.: 5:30 pm
1st Friday: 5:30 pm
1st Saturday: 8:00 pm

Reconciliation

Saturday: 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM or by appointment  

*Holy Day of Obligation:
Consult weekly bulletin for Mass times