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Office of Special Ministries
Deacon John Moskal
754-1204 Ext. 306
Office of Religious Education
Craig DeMille, Director
754-1204 Ext. 316
Adult & Adolescent Sunday Study
An opportunity for members of the parish family to come together and learn more about their faith and Catholic tradition. Michele Riolo 758-1984
Word of Life Scripture Study
Combines Bible Study and prayer in a search for understanding. Babysitting is available.
Group of dedicated men, woman and children called to serve by assisting at Mass.
Bereavment Reception Committee
Provide funeral reception for bereaved families and friends after the funeral.
Paul & Laura Cardelli & Howard & Lucy Giffin To volunteer or donate please click here save form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Careers in Transition
Provides a network of support, counseling and resources to those in transition between jobs. Pat Hayden
Volunteers prepare and deliver meals to families in crisis, e.g., illness or other tragedy.
If you would be interested in becoming a Caring Cook please call Kathleen Edelmuth
Small groups that meet in the homes for prayer, learning and growing in our Catholic faith under the leadership of our pastor with the purpose of evangelizing. for more information contact John Moskal at email@example.com or go online to https://sites.google.com/site/pecsolph/
Children's Liturgy of the Word
Work with the children of the parish during the Liturgy of the Word, on Sunday, to help them better understand the message of God. Craig DeMille 754-1204 ext 316
Four Choirs to join: Children's Choir, Spirit Choir (Senior High Youth), Adult Contemporary Ensemble and Adult Choir.
Music Director: Ben Legett 754-1204 Ext.330
Provides music for the 10:45 Mass each Sunday,
September through May
Adult Choir Rehearsals - Thursdays 7:00pm-9:00pm
Adult Contemporary Ensemble
Provides music for the 12:30 Mass one Sunday each month
Contact: Gary Tullis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult Contemporary Ensemble Rehearsals - Tuesdays 6:00pm-7:30pm
Cantors are an integral part of the liturgies at OLPH. If you wish to serve in this ministry or would like further information about our music ministries please contact Ben Legett at 754-1204 Ext. 330
DCCW - Diocesan Council of Catholic Women
Diocesan group of women who offer service to the wider Memphis Community. Supported by the membership of OLPH Women's Guild
Fishers of Men
Small prayer/fellowship groups to strengthen men inwardly so that they become godly men who make a difference in their homes, parishes, workplaces and communities.
Meets Tuesday mornings after 6:15 mass in the chapel. Leader: Fritz Ruthling planetmemphis(at)bellsouth(dot)net
"Night Fishing- Fishers of men at Night"
Meets Wednesday evenings at 7:15 in Fr. Gresham Hall on the OLPH campus. Leader: Mike D'Addabbo email@example.com 901-481-3855.
All men are welcome to join or drop in to learn more about our wonderful faith. Web Page: http://www.castyournets.org/olph.html
His Will Prayer Group
An intercessory prayer group that focuses on praying for the various civil and religious matters that impact our world today. Join us in prayer and study afterwards, Tuesday at 9:30am or Thursday at 7:00pm. Jean Carr
Coordinates health-related needs and outreach of the parish, including the semi-annual parish Life Blood Drive. Mary Kay Oyler
Individuals who serve as Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, Ushers, and Honor Families who are committed to serve in the gathering of the Body of Christ in liturgical celebration.
754-1204 Ext. 306 The Liturgical Minister Schedule can be downloaded at the bottom of the page.
Ministry of Praise
Members of the parish family, that pray for special intentions and the sick of the community. Deacon John Moskal 754-1204 ext 306
Ministry to the Sick
Members visit and take communion to hospital patients and shut-ins. Mary Beth Lazek 758-1458
Welcomes new families to the parish. Deacon John Moskal 754-1204 ext 306
Parish Office Support
Assist with various office tasks, such as preparing mailings, printing and collating.
Receptionist 754-1204 Ext. 325
Come together to pray the rosary and grow spiritually as a community. Calma Hobson 756-2794
Volunteers teach religion and prepare our children for the sacraments.
Helps make special hands-on activities for classes.
Assist in Summer Vacation Bible School Craig DeMille 754-1204 Ext. 316
Individuals willing to assist at prison liturgies and spend time with prisoners.
Bill Erneste 662-895-8576 firstname.lastname@example.org
People who would like to participate in various programs throughout the diocese, that assist the poor and needy. 754-1204 Ext. 306
The RCIA is more than a "convert class". It helps adults grow in their relationship with God, become familiar with Catholic teachings and practices and become acquainted with people in the parish. The goal of this process is full communion with the Catholic faith community.
Saint Vincent DePaul Society
St. Vincent DePaul Society is active in the entire community serving the poor. This organization is looking for volunteers to help in many different programs including serving food to homeless people at the downtown Soup Kitchen.
Trees of Love
Parish Christmas project to help the needy with clothing, food and special Christmas gifts. Judy Baker
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