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- Senior Activities
View Our Committees Here. Choose a Committee on the left.Replacing the individual committee links on the opening page of the St. Frances of Rome website, this new page enables you to find your committee more quickly
Administration CommitteeAdministration Chairperson - Dutch Boehnlein - firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this committee is to ensure that responsible stewardship of the parish's material resources is exercised. This coordinating committee serves as a resource to other parish committees and is also an initiator of action within its own areas of responsibility.
The parish office welcomes volunteer clerical assistance for various activities such as to help prepare Sunday worship aids, mass mailings, answer the phone, filing, etc.
This group provides for the maintenance of the physical plant, buildings and grounds and oversees construction or changes to the physical plant.
This committee's purpose is to assist the parish in developing and updating a parish strategic five-year plan annually. Assistance is also provided in developing an annual budget based on the five-year plan.
Persons are needed to count the Sunday collection on Monday mornings on a rotating schedule.
Newsletter "Double Scoop"
A newsletter is published quarterly for the clustered parishes of St. Frances of Rome and St. Leonard Catholic Community. Parishioners skilled in writing, reporting, and editing, are invited to volunteer their help in producing articles.
Web Site, Section Writers
Volunteers help maintain current activities on the new parish website, saintfrancesofrome.org for news of parish events and celebrations.
Adult Formation CommitteeAdult Formation Chairperson - Jane Wehner (502) 456-6127 email@example.com
The purpose of this committee is to foster the Christian formation of all parishioners and others interested.
In a couple-to-couple format, married couples help engaged couples explores the significant aspects of marriage. In a couple-to-couple format, married couples help engaged couples explores the significant aspects of marriage.
RCIA Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
If you wish to learn more about the Catholic Church, please provide us with your telephone number so that we may answer your questions.
Family Formation Committee
Parish Life / Social OutreachParish Life-Social Outreach Chairperson- Pat Sexton (502) 584-5739 firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this committee is to promote human need services to parishioners and the community around us. We also bring attention to and influence peace and justice issues for all.
Upon being notified of a bereavement, this committee helps by serving meals or making phone calls.
New members to our parish community need a special welcome. After receiving the newcomers' registration, the newcomers are welcomed by Sister Carmelita Dunn.
Parish Nurse/Health & Wellness
This is a group of health care providers who have come together to offer a holistic approach to health and wellness in our parish community and the community around us. Through presentations, screenings and individual contacts, these members function as health consultants, educators, advocates and liaisons to existing community resources.
Volunteers are needed to take pictures or videotape special events in the parish for historical purposes.
Crafters are needed to make lap-size blankets in their homes that are given to the sick and homebound.
Your intentions will be remembered in prayer. All are welcome to pray at the daily liturgy. The intention book is on the stand in the St. Frances of Rome Candle Room.
Social Event Planners
A social event can help to promote fellowship, entertainment, or other activities that bring the community together. They may include a pot luck dinner, a dance, or any special activity. This is another way to "rub elbows" with your parish friends. These volunteers provide hospitality and fellowship.
Table Cloth Ironers
Volunteers are needed to wash table cloths that are used at parish functions.
Through the phone committee, information can be disseminated rapidly and in a personal way to all community members. Each person will be assigned 8-10 names to contact. This is an excellent opportunity for those not able to participate otherwise, to serve others.
Social OutreachJust Creations
Located at 2722 Frankfort Ave., the store sells crafts, teas, chocolates, and decorations for Third World countries - "Crafts that make a world of difference." The store welcomes volunteers for two or three hours a day, weekly or monthly, to assist in selling the goods.
Peace and Justice Issues
To provide a forum for interested individuals to identify and influence social justice issues related to people's needs. There are opportunities which have a need for new members and your active participation.
Volunteers are needed to serve meals at the St. Vincent dePaul Community Open Hand Kitchen, 1026 S. Jackson St., on the first Tuesday of each month at 4:45 p.m.. Full course meals are served to all who are hungry. Volunteers are needed on a rotating basis.
United Crescent Hill Ministries
Volunteers help prepare the daily packaged meal that Meals on Wheels volunteers take to shut-ins. Then these same volunteers help to serve lunch in the UCHM.