St. Cecilia Church at 5313 Madison Pike, Independence, KY 41051 US - Parish Ministries
· Promotion of life from conception to natural death · Financial support of seminarians and novices · Sunday Country Breakfasts to raise funds for various needs · Annual Family Dance - celebration of family · Promise for Life - a program of parish dedication to life · Social activities supporting fraternity within the organization Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month in the Undercroft.
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Contact: Janet Goedde 859-363-4311
The Altar Society is responsible for the beautification and maintenance of the church interior, flowers, services, Mass books, linens, candles, Christmas decorations, etc. It also covers special requests from the pastor and must be passed by a majority of society members present. Money is raised through various annual projects.
Contact: Margaret Hoffman, firstname.lastname@example.org; Rosemary Hoffman, email@example.com; Mary Lou Kaub, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Barb Hellmann, email@example.com
Contact: Dennis Whitford, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information see Catholic Order of Foresters St. Cecilia Church Court page.
Contact: George Hoffman 859-363-4311
This organization includes those who cover the general oversight and maintenance of
Contact: Robin Domaschko 859-356-4867
Child care is provided during the 11:00 Sunday Mass for children ages infant to 4. Child care opens at 10:30 and all children should be retrieved no later than 12:30. This gives the parents the opportunity to spend some time in prayer and fellowship.
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Age appropriate Catecheses for children ages 4-10 during the Sunday 11am Mass.
Contact: Patrick Mason, firstname.lastname@example.org
The adult choir leads the congregation in the singing and provides special choral music at Sunday 8:30 a.m. Mass and at major liturgies throughout the year. We want to help all members of the congregation sing as they should at Mass, and add to the beauty of our liturgies through song. Welcome are adults, high school age to senior citizen, who can carry a tune in a bucket, the choir being that bucket. Though very good singers are important and needed, the average singer is the backbone of our parish adult choir.
Contact: Charile Bunton, email@example.com
Contact: Mike Keller firstname.lastname@example.org
This organization's members are responsible for bringing the Eucharist to the sick and homebound of the parish on Sundays, and conducting a Communion service at Regency Manor. Members must be an Extraordinary Minister at St. Cecilia Parish.
Contact: Cherri Pretty, email@example.com
Meet new people, have fun and support a great cause! There is a job for every one. Volunteers are a critical part of the St. Cecilia Festival!
Contact: Tony Bramer,firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Brad Schultz,email@example.com
The Garden & Ground Crew is an excellent opportunity for individuals, groups, and families with children of all ages to work together for the benefit of the parish. It is also an excellent opportunity for students to earn service hours or families to earn parent partnership hours. Volunteers may adopt-a-spot to maintain regularly or help with seasonal tasks.All are welcome to join.
Contact: Father Mario Tizziani, firstname.lastname@example.org
These individuals assist in liturgical functions through greeting parishioners and guests before Mass and other sacred rites. They also care for parish stewardship through parishioners' collections during
Contact: Paul Brandner, email@example.com
This Catholic men's organization is dedicated to the support of our parish in different capacities as called upon. The Holy Name Society holds dances, ham shoots, and other programs throughout the year that provide funds used to help the parish in a variety of programs and projects. We are always looking to increase our membership to provide even greater service to our parish.
Contact: David Durr, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Independence Knights of Columbus is an organization of Catholic gentlemen dedicated to the principles of Charity, Unity and Fraternity. The Knights serve in many aspects of parish life and welcome new members. Some activities the council involves itself are:
Contact: Jim Hellmann, email@example.com
Contact: Donna Schroeder, firstname.lastname@example.org
This committee organizes after Mass fellowship and New Parishioner events. We need members willing to help set up and tear down for the fellowship events, as well as help the pastor provide parish fellowship and other events.
The Primetimers are people over 50 who meet and socialize. This includes potluck picnics and anniversary dinners. Our goal is to keep in touch with each other, discuss the challenges of being a primetimer, and enjoy games, cards, bingo, and various trips. Anyone over 50 is welcome!
Contact: Paula & Greg Westwood, email@example.com
The Pro-Life Committee, under the guidance of our Diocesan Pro-Life Office, is dedicated to fostering respect and love for the Sanctity of Human Life according to Catholic Church doctrine. The committee supports and publicizes positive pro-life programs and education for all within the parish, and when appropriate, to the community at large.
Contact: Dan Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board of Total Catholic Education of St. Cecilia is an advisory body that has been delegated the responsibility for the determination and evaluation of all policies regarding the total education program of Saint Cecilia Roman Catholic Church. The Board is a separate entity that serves as an advisory council to the Pastor. All policies are subject to ratification by the Pastor. The Board represents all areas of education, including preschool, elementary (grades Kindergarten through 8), CCD, and adult education at St. Cecilia Roman Catholic Church. Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month.
Contact: Amanda Saalfeld, email@example.com
This is an active parent organization, which raises funds for school-wide improvement projects and for items needed in the classrooms. Meetings are held four times during the school year and parents are encouraged to attend.
Contact: Mike and Susan Chisenhall, firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-341-3219
The St. Vincent de Paul Society helps individuals who are in the need of material assistance such as food or payment of utility bills. Volunteers are needed to visit and review the situatuions of those in need.
Contact: Brad Schultz,email@example.com
The Sports Committee provides activities, such as soccer, basketball, and volleyball to any child who wants to participate regardless of skill level. Volunteers are always needed to coach, assist teams, help with administration duties, and help maintain the soccer field.
Contact: Russ Connors, Russ@RussConnors.com
For more information see Dominican Third Order web site.
Contact: Karen Schultz, firstname.lastname@example.org or Karen Bunton, email@example.com
· Promotion of life from conception to natural death
· Financial support of seminarians and novices
· Sunday Country Breakfasts to raise funds for various needs
· Annual Family Dance - celebration of family
· Promise for Life - a program of parish dedication to life
· Social activities supporting fraternity within the organization
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month in the Undercroft.