Office of Special Ministries
Deacon John Moskal 901-754-1204 Ext 306 or email@example.com
Office of Religious Education
Craig DeMille 901-754-1204 Ext 316 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult Scripture Study
Combines Bible Study and prayer in a search for understanding. Carol Moskal
Group of dedicated men, women and children called to serve by assisting at Mass.
Bereavement Reception Committee
A ministry to assist families in the parish who wish to have a gathering of family and friends at the church following the funeral of a loved one.
Paul & Laura Cardelli
Howard & Lucy Giffin
Volunteers prepare and deliver meals to families in crisis such as illness or other tragedy.
Careers in Transition
Provides a network of support, counseling and resources to those in transition between jobs.
Pat Hayden – 901-759-9591
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 during the Liturgy of the Word on Sunday to help them better understand the message of God.
Craig DeMille 901-754-1204 Ext 316.
Health Ministry/Life Blood
Coordinates health-related needs and outreach of the parish, including the semiannual parish Life Blood Drive.
Deacon John Moskal 901-754-1204 Ext 306.
His Will Prayer Group
His Will is 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 9:30 am or Thursday at 7:00 pm.
Individuals who serve as Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, Altar Servers & Ushers that are committed to serve in the gathering of the Body of Christ in liturgical celebration. Login to our Liturgical Ministries website here: https://secure.rotundasoftware.com/l/web-terminal/login/OLPH_Church?
For information about any of the music opportunities below, please contact our Music Director: Shane Cole, (901) 754-1204, Ext. 330 firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides music for the 10:45am Mass each Sunday, September through May.
Adult Choir Rehearsals – Thursdays, 7:00pm-8:30pm (temporarily not meeting, due to coronavirus) and Sundays at 10:15am before Mass.
Adult Contemporary Ensemble
Leads music for the 6:00pm Mass every Sunday, and at other selected masses.
Adult Contemporary Ensemble Rehearsals – Sundays, 4:30pm-6:00pm
Open to Middle and High School students, and typically combines with the Adult Contemporary Ensemble for the 6:00pm Mass every Sunday, with the youth rehearsal beginning at 5:00pm.
The cantors at Our Lady are a group of dedicated individuals who are trained in music and liturgy, and who lead the faithful in prayer and praise. If you have experience as a cantor, or are trained in music and would like to find out more about this important ministry, please contact Shane Cole.
Ministry of Praise
An ongoing spiritual journey and commitment that originated especially for the homebound in our parish. Each month, members receive a letter that contains special intentions – the needs and concerns of our Parish and Community as well as items of joy and thanksgiving.
Ministry of the Sick
Members visit and take communion to hospital patients and shut-ins.
Mary Beth Lazek
Welcomes new families to the parish.
Ministries Office – 901-754-1204, Ext. 306
Volunteers who gather and sort food and all items donated to the parish pantry.
Bill & Virginia Kilgore
Parish Pastoral Council
The Parish Pastoral Council advises the pastor and helps frame and realize the parish vision. The Commissions within the Council are: Communications, Evangelization/Ecumenical, Family Life, Liturgical, Parish Religious Education, Parish School, Peace & Justice, Youth and Athletic.
People that would like to participate in various programs throughout the diocese that assist the poor and needy.
Ministries Office-Deacon Moskal – 901-754-1204, Ext. 306
Come together to pray the rosary and grow spiritually as a community.
Prays, sends cards to, and affirms children in First Eucharist class.
P.R.E. Office – 901-754-1204, Ext. 316
Individuals willing to assist at prison liturgies and spend time with prisoners.