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2016 ministries power point

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2016 ministries power point

  1. 1. St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Pray Gratefully | Serve Responsibly | Give Generously
  2. 2. Parish Book Store The Parish Book Store provides a convenient source of religious books and gifts to parishioners and visitors of our church. The Book Store is open every week after Mass on Sundays. There is a general schedule and we have a weekly email communication to confirm that all masses are covered.
  3. 3. Children’s Liturgy of the Word (English & Spanish) This ministry offers the liturgy of the word of God to children in a simpler way that is easier for them to understand. Ultimately the goal is to help children understand the love of God. Meetings are during the 10:30 AM Mass for the English group and during the 1:30pm mass for the Spanish group. There is a monthly schedule that is sent to the catechists and teacher’s aids quarterly.
  4. 4. Adult Choir The goal of the Adult Choir is to improve the overall quality of music sung by the choir on Sundays, at concerts and on special occasions. The choir sings at the 10:30 AM Mass and at the Easter and Christmas Concerts. In some occasions we sing at special events at the Cathedral in Stockton and the Chrism Mass. Practice is weekly on Thursdays at 6:15 PM and Tuesday evenings before concerts. We take a summer break during the months of June and July. Must be reliable and committed.
  5. 5. Chant Choir Sing during the Latin Mass every Sunday at 9:00 AM, in concerts, special liturgies and events. Practice is on Mondays 6:00 - 7:30 PM and Sundays 8:00 - 8:45 AM. Cantors are needed to lead songs to various Mass times and for weddings and funerals.
  6. 6. Spanish Choir This choir provides music for worship during the Spanish Mass on Sundays at 1:30 PM and for special liturgies. Practice is on Mondays 7:30 - 9:00 PM and sometimes on Fridays 7:00 - 8:30 PM in Room #1 Cantors are needed to lead songs to various Mass times and for weddings and funerals.
  7. 7. Youth Choir
  8. 8. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion/Homebound Our Stewardship Mission, as Eucharistic ministers, is to evangelize by joyfully sharing with others the generous and diverse gifts which God, calling us by name, has placed in our care. We meet one morning per week. (Substitutes will be provided in case of vacation.) Training will be provided at a time and place to be arranged and must be 18 years of age or older.
  9. 9. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion/Hospital Our ministry provides Holy Communion for hospitalized patients. Monday-Friday a ministry representative visits patients at Memorial Hospital and distributes communion to Catholic patients. We do not meet on weekends and on holiday’s. Our goals to achieve this year is to have a minimum of 2 volunteers per week. Lay ministers are trained, commissioned and supplied with a cross. They are given a copy of readings and rosaries, and prayer cards are available for daily (M-F) rounds.
  10. 10. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion/Spanish Our purpose of this ministry is to serve the community by distributing the Holy Eucharist on Sundays and on other mass days (First Communion & Confirmation masses) to feed the people with God. This ministry does not have weekly nor monthly meetings.
  11. 11. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion/Sunday
  12. 12. English as a Second Language Class (ESL) Through learning English and Spanish and becoming U.S citizens, parishioners can become more fully integrated with the St. Joseph’s Parish family. Our ministry meets every Tuesday 10:30am- 12:30pm for ESL Citizenship. Every Tuesday 6-8pm for Beginning ESL Every Wednesday 11:30am-2:00pm for the Intermediate Classes ESL
  13. 13. Family Promise of St. Joseph’s The purpose of Family Promise is to assist families experiencing temporary homelessness in regaining their independence with hope and dignity. Our year to year goal is to increase volunteers for our ministry and develop additional leaders within the ministry to coordinate and assist in the various leadership roles within the ministry. Volunteers are the lifeblood of this Ministry. They perform a wide variety of much needed tasks.
  14. 14. Festival Committee
  15. 15. Indian Prayer Group Our ministry’s purpose is to help our children to grow more in faith and improve involvement in prayer and Holy mass. Meetings are every 2nd Friday in Room 6
  16. 16. Health Ministry Team This ministry works to provide help at events of our parish in health related ways. Doing blood pressure checks at first aide stands are few of the many ways the Healthy Ministry provides for our community. Meetings are every 4th Wednesday of the month from 6:30pm-7:30pm in the St. JPII Building, Room 4. Our goal to achieve this year is to get more of our 36 members involved in our ministry works. We also hope to have an AED on campus.
  17. 17. Hispanic Leadership Committee (Hispanic Ministries)
  18. 18. Hospitality Ministry (Ushers)
  19. 19. Hospitality Ministry (Greeters Spanish)
  20. 20. Hospitality Ministry (Ushers Spanish)
  21. 21. Hospitality Ministry (Greeters)
  22. 22. Knights of Columbus, Council 10644
  23. 23. Lectors English
  24. 24. Master of Ceremonies (Altar Server MC)
  25. 25. Plaza Refreshment Ministry
  26. 26. Sacristans - Spanish
  27. 27. The purpose of our ministry is to maintain a healthy body! The warmth relationship and fellowship with others helps one in feeling a more closer relationship with God. Our goals to achieve this year is to continue to accept all persons interested in joining our ministry. Classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the St. JPII building Room 11, 9-10am every week. Senior Strength Training
  28. 28. St. Vincent de Paul is a ministry dedicated to assisting families in dire need to obtain the basic provisions to ensure that their momentary needs are met. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at 8:45am in St. JPII Room 5. Team training will be provided at a time and place to be arranged. St. Vincent de Paul Ministry
  29. 29. We’re here to welcome and provide information to new and current fellow parishioners. We help by assisting with:  Stewardship through our various ministries  Point fellow parishioners in the right direction  Answer questions regarding any needs they may have  And most importantly, smile and be inviting to all who pass by! Welcome Center Plaza
  30. 30. Meetings are every Tuesday from 7pm – 9pm in rooms JP5 and JP7 and do not meet during the weeks of Pentecost and Lent Mission. Our purpose is to continue our spiritual growth, to evangelize, and to serve. Every year we coordinate multiple retreats, a dinner dance, and help the Hispanic Ministries Committee with the Our Lady of Guadalupe festivities. Charismatic Prayer Spanish
  31. 31. We pray the rosary with and give communion to residents of four care homes and some homebound Catholics in Modesto. We meet every Tuesday, JPII 4 Kitchen, 6:30pm and do not meet Lenten Mission week. Our goals for this year is to 1. Continue serving Catholics in care homes 2. Visiting auxiliary members, evangelizing, 3. Increasing the number of “active” members. Legion of Mary
  32. 32. Our mission is to lead all mankind through Mary to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Our MI Prayer Village meets first Saturday of the month after the 8:30 am mass in JP5 Leadership meets the 3rd Friday of the month after adoration in JP4 Vatican Council Militia of the Immaculata (Spanish, Prayer, Family)
  33. 33. The goals of perpetual adoration is to come before Jesus with all our hopes, desires and needs. He is the one who cares for us, who invites us into His presence. Our purpose is to maintain 24 hour schedule for Adoration Chapel. Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
  34. 34. We are parishioners of St. Joseph’s who like you, love the church, but also love making rosaries just as much! Men, women, young adults, teens and children make up our group. We welcome everyone …. 6 or older. We meet in the Saint John Paul II Bulding, Room 5 every Tuesday 6:30pm - 8:00pm. Rosary Makers
  35. 35. Our purpose of this ministry is to prepare, clean and organize everything for daily mass; clean and iron linens, clean candles make sure the light to the tabernacle is working, organize books in the pews; and assist the priest during the mass on the altar and with the reading. We meet every morning Monday - Saturday, we begin with prayer at 7:20 AM then rosary at 7:35 AM and then mass at 8:00 AM Training is done “on the job” and requires no outside time or commitment. Altar Guild Society
  36. 36. Our mission is to assist the Priest on the sanctuary with reverence, faithfulness and love. To help make the Sacrifice of the Mass and other Liturgical celebrations meaningful and faith enhancing for the parish community. Meeting time and date: Altar serving during all masses, all year. We mostly communicate via email, phone, texts or through announcements posted in the server room. Altar Server Ministry
  37. 37. Our mission is to pray for, support, and recognize, and remember our military members and families, while increasing appreciation and awareness of the role of military plays in protecting our freedoms and our American way of life. We host many fundraisers and meet every quarter at our home and send out a weekly “Salute” to all members, keeping them updated on all military issues in the parish. Military Support Ministry
  38. 38. The purpose of our ministry is to form and prepare engaged and/or convalidating couples for marriage through the Catholic Church Classes run for 6 weeks and occur 5 times per year and do not meet in the summer around the month of July Marriage Preparation Course
  39. 39. The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is the way that the Catholic Church helps people prepare for adult Catholic life. Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
  40. 40. Join the hands and hearts of our parishioners to "lay funds down" for a larger church! Only parish fund raiser. Annual Parish Gala Committee
  41. 41. We are the parish lending library. We have fine selection of spiritual books in both Spanish and English! As well as DVDs and audio CDs. The library is located in the Saint John Paul II building, room 11 Parish Library
  42. 42. The Environment Committee is a working sub-committee of the Liturgy Committee providing symbol and beauty to the Worship area for the liturgical seasons of Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter. We clean and wax the pews twice a year, collect palms from the previous year to be burned for ashes on Ash Wednesday and we prepare the church and hall for Christmas, Lent and Holy Week. Environment Committee
  43. 43. We are St. Joseph’s Youth Ministry young adult CORE team! Our priority as young adult leaders is our small groups. We minister and create great bonds with a lot of our teens. We host retreats as well as prepare our confirmation students to receive their Holy Sacraments. We meet every Monday night for 1 hour to discuss Life Night topics and prepare for the upcoming events. Meet with our Youth Minister, Mitch Narvasa, for more information on our epic Youth Ministry! Young Adult CORE Team
  44. 44. Our Ministry Mission Statement is to provide a Catholic based retreat for children where learning and growing in our faith is presented and encouraged through activities, lessons, and by example. Our goals for this year is to continue with current capacity 260 children and 100-20 helpers. Vacation Bible Retreat (VBR)
  45. 45. Stewardship for kids. It doesn’t take much to become a Church Mouse! After Mass on Sundays, we quietly and discreetly work our way through the pews tidying the books and removing unwanted papers to throw away in the back. That’s it! Church Mice
  46. 46. We strive to provide an environment where moms of all ages can be nurtured and strengthened in their Catholic faith guided by Mary Our Mother, to Jesus, Our Lord and Savior. We have quarterly Meetings, Playdates, Meals for Moms, Scripture Study, and Mom’s Night Out! Mary Our Mother (MOM)
  47. 47. Spiritual and social activity group for energetic and vibrant adult singles. Trips include Theater trips in San Francisco, Point Lobos and Carmel- walk the ocean path to view the crashing waves, Tahoe ski weekends, and Kayak Monterey Bay. “On the Go” Adult Singles Group
  48. 48. Our purpose of our ministry is to invite people to discover Stewardship as their Catholic way of life through prayer and by promoting educational opportunities and consistent communication within all ministries. We meet the 4th Tuesday of each month in the Saint John Paul II in the Vatican Room, #4 Stewardship Committee
  49. 49. We are a consultative group under authority of the Pastor that considers and proposes practical recommendations concerning the financial administration of the parish. We meet in the St. John Paul II Vatican Room #4 6:30-8:30pm Finance Council
  50. 50. 7 Steps to Becoming Financially Free  Our Stewardship Mission is to evangelize our Faith by joyfully sharing with others the generous and diverse gifts which God has placed in our care.  Adults meet for a 7 week program to study in depth, God’s principles.  Teens have a 4 week 8 session study offering practical and creative tools in discovering God’s way of handling money.
  51. 51. Catechist of the Good Shepard (CGS)

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