Children’s Liturgy of The Word
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
For children pre-school through 1st grade. Takes place during the Liturgy of the Word at the 8:30am and 11am Sunday masses. The Sunday readings are presented to the children at an age appropriate level.
Sunday 8:30am mass:
MaryLouise Ward | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 11:00am mass:
Community Food Connection
Volunteers at local food pantry and delivers food that is donated in the baskets from the weekend masses.
Toni Gustitis, Volunteer Coordinator
Coffee & Donuts
Provides coffee, juice, and doughnuts after 8:30am Sunday Mass, the first and third Sundays of the month, in the social hall. Please join us in casual community building!
Marty Deschenes | email@example.com
A group of parishioners that meet each Wednesday morning at 10:30am to share their experiences of grief with each other. Each person in the group has experienced grief in one form or another whether it be through death or divorce or any other type of loss of something important in their life. The purpose of the group is to provide a safe place for others that are suffering through a loss to come and share their feelings. The meetings are open to anyone and there is no commitment to continue coming to meetings. Our mission is simple; provide comfort to those who suffer.
Deacon Ken Long | firstname.lastname@example.org
This group is designed to increase and continue the conversion process and the living out of what is fundamental for being a Christian; a follow up to those who have been on a Cursillo retreat.
Monday Evening Group
Vicky Johnson | email@example.com
Tuesday Morning Group
Lois Schering | firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday Evening Group
Velma Burke | email@example.com
Saturday Morning Group
Deacon Bill Jacobs | firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Lady of Fatima partners with St. Paul’s Lutheran Church four times a year providing meals, lodging and meals, and much more for homeless families.
Mary Cawthorn | email@example.com
Visits are made each Thursday to the Blount County jail inmates to help them with their spiritual needs and growth.
Juan Hernandez | Hispanic.firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to have volunteers to assist our office staff. May include answering phones, filing, greeting those who come into the parish office, and mailings. Computer skills optional. Can volunteer for half or full days during regular office hours.
Mary Morrissey | email@example.com
Quilters & Crafters
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 10 to noon and provides fellowship to parishioners while they make quilts. Part of our ministry is making prayer quilts to give out to those who are sick or suffering. Please contact us if you know someone in need.
Fran Brown | firstname.lastname@example.org
This ministry serves the parish and community by proclaiming God’s truth that the gift of human life is sacred from the moment of conception to natural death. Through pro-life education, evangelization, catechesis, pastoral outreach, works of charity, and public policy formulation and awareness, they promote the establishment of a culture of life that respects and supports the sacredness of human life. Meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 12:45pm, following Mass, in the parish library.
Deb Maupin | email@example.com