ST. MAX SINGLES ON THE RISE
FOR MEN AND WOMEN 40+
We welcome you to our next dinner meeting.
We are a new ministry designed to help one
another, others in need, and our church as
we join forces for the greater good. We are in
the midst of planning a variety of activities and
events and would like your input. We have grown to
about 15-20 members so far, and expect to expand
even more.Next Social Sat. evening, July 28th, 2018. Please contact us and RSVP to: St.email@example.com. Details, exact time and location TBD. We will add you to our email list and answer questions. We look forward to seeing you. Let’s lift each other up! Thursday Women's Catholic Bible Study - Members meet on Thursday mornings for fellowship and Bible Study. For information contact Lisa Maxey at (818) 706-1954. 2018-2019 Registration FormSmall Faith Communities - In this program small groups of parishoners meet weekly or bi-weekly in members' homes. After sharing a light potluck meal, they read the Gospel for the coming Sunday and discuss its meaning for living a faith-centered life. A workbook helps guide the discussion. For information contact Greg or Jamie Taylor at (805) 496-9725. Breaking Bread Dinner Groups - The Break Bread Dinner Groups is an excellent way to meet other members of our parish. The groups share dinner together 4 times over a 9 month period. Many lasting friendships have started through this important ministry. If you are interested in signing up complete this form. For more information contact Kathy or Larry Turner at (805) 493-1975 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.orgCommunications Committee - This committee works to improve communications throughout our parish both internally and externally. They publish a monthly "E-Mail Blast" the first week of every month. If you are interested in joining this ministry contact Michael Zapf at email@example.com.Cub Scout Pack 227 - This group is chartered by our parish and meets twice a month in O'Reilly Hall. For over 80 years, Cub Scouts have been having the time of their lives making new friends and learning new things in an environment designed to help them succeed. From building his own Pinewood Derby car to learning how to roast the perfect marshmallow with his best friends at a family campout, your child will LOVE being a Cub Scout. So if he's in the first through fifth grades, or 7 to 10 years old, then it's time for him to have some fun … with the Cub Scouts! For more information email the troop at http://bsapack227.com/ Catholic Business Community (CBC) - An organization of Catholic business women and men who meet to share information and exchange advice and knowledge. For more information contact Louis Rambaud at 818-735-8868.Hospitality - The Hospitality Ministry is a committee formed through our Community Life Commission. This committee provides coffee and doughnuts after the Sunday Masses. They also provide fingerfood and baked goods for parish events. To help with this ministry contact David Valentino at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kathy Turner at email@example.com. To volunteer for to help with hospitality please complete this Hospitality Committee Volunteer Form. If you are one of our ministries seeking
hospitality at your parish-wide event please
complete and submit the following form.Linen Ministry - Help keep our church linens crisp and clean. Contact Karen Marrone at firstname.lastname@example.orgMen's Club - The Men's Club provides a four-part program to support the men of our parish that includes Social, Spiritual, Service and Support components. The Men's Cub meets monthly on Monday evenings. For information please see the church bulletin or contact the Men's Club president Larry Healey at 917-658-1219 or email@example.com.