Our Total Stewardship campaign is a wonderful opportunity to focus talents and interests on ministries within our parish.
In this Stewardship of Ministry effort, we invite you to pray and think about the ways you might become more involved. Each need you address, every life you touch, and every opportunity you take to honor God through ministry is service on behalf of Christ and ministry on behalf of other people, many whom you know well, and many who not only serve with you but minister to you and those you love. Meaningful ministry is a shared commitment, and we encourage you to do your part. Prayerfully consider how you might best serve.
2017-18 Ministry Guide & Parish Directory
The 2017-18 Ministry Guide & Parish Directory will be mailed to all registered parishioners in early August. In the guide, you will learn more about the ministry aspect of our Total Stewardship program and have the chance to indicate your preference, prayerfully considering the parish ministries in which you would most like to participate. Needs in our parish, and all those in the surrounding community we serve, are far too great to think we can go it alone. We can’t, nor is it God’s design that we try. In ministry, we work and we serve together.
Join us for our Annual Ministry Fair
Sunday, September 10, 2017 following 9:00 am and 11:00 a.m. Masses in the Parish Hall
- Enjoy a jambalaya lunch provided by our Knights of Columbus ministy (following 11 am Mass) and visit with ministry leaders to learn more about how you can share your talents with fellow parishioners. Then return your completed to the parish office or drop it in the collection basket at Mass!
- There are numerous ministry options which appeal to the many gifts and abilities with which God has blessed this parish. Through the five commissions: Administrative; Community Life; Social Outreach; Spiritual Life; and Worship, parishioners can share their gifts by ministering to fellow parishioners or the greater kingdom.
- Please pray and consider the ways God might use you to serve him, our parish and the church then make your intentions known by completing your Committment Card and return it to the Parish Office via email or mail to 2250 Main Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70802.
“For as in one body we have many parts, and all the parts
do not have the same function,
so we, though many, are one body in Christ and individually parts of one another.
Since we have gifts that differ according
to the grace given to us, let us exercise them.”
Romans 12: 4-6