As an extraordinary minister of holy communion, you will be asked to serve approximately 1-2 times monthly at our regularly scheduled week-end masses (mass preferences will be considered).
Candidates must have made 1st Holy Communion, have been confirmed and, if married, in a valid catholic marriage. They must also be a registered member of St. Patrick Parish and attend a diocese training session with the approval of the pastor.
For more information, contact Ruthann Besterci at 760-931-9003.
The Music Ministry at St. Patrick Catholic Community invites singers and instrumentalists to share their gifts and become an integral part of our liturgies.
Our Adult Choirs sing at the Sunday 9:00 and 11:00 am Masses both traditional and contemporary music. Our teen band sings “praise” music Sunday evenings at 5:00 p.m., while our Saturday Vigil Mass at 4:30 p.m. is in the “Glory & Praise” tradition. Our Sunday morning 7:30 a.m. Mass has meditative instrumental music and hymns, and once a month our Parish Children’s Choir sings at the Sunday 9:00 a.m. liturgy.
Our Spanish Masses have music ensembles alternating at the 7:00 p.m. Vigil Mass, and the Parish “Coro” sings at the traditional 1:00 p.m. Sunday Mass.
We invite you to become part of this dynamic ministry and praise God in song – traditional, contemporary, himnos, canciones, music for teens & children! Please contact me at the email and/or telephone listed below.
Ana Parenti-Zarraga, Director of Music
Daughters of Jerusalem - Morning Bible Study
We are a positive, joyful, uplifting group of women who desire to learn more about our faith, and the love of Jesus.
Each week a volunteer inspects the kitchen in the Parish Center to ensure that the stove, doors, cabinets, refrigerator, and countertops, etc., are clean and ready for use. Supplies (cups, plates, coffee, condiments, and utensils) are checked and replaced as required. The Kitchen Ministry can always use additional volunteers! Expect to spend about two hours a month.
Contact Mo Nowell at 760-729-2866 for more information.
The Adult Education at St. Patrick Catholic Community offers classes, bible studies, retreats, parish missions and other presentations to promote the knowledge of faith and spiritual growth. It invites young adults and adults to gather as a community and share experiences of faith and how to live our lives as Catholic Christians in the world today. Foremost, it strives to inspire all to live as disciples of Christ by participation in the liturgy of the Church, through an active prayer life and service to community. Please check the weekly bulletin often for upcoming Adult Education programs.
Contact Jayce McClellan at 760-729-2869.
Lectors proclaim the Word during our liturgical services. All lectors must attend a two-part Diocesan workshop, followed by a training session at Saint Patrick Church. Lectors usually serve about twice a month.
Contact Nora Gintowt at 610-389-3762 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Ushers assist the congregation in finding seats for Mass. They also pass the collection baskets, bring the offerings to the altar, and pass out the parish bulletin after Mass.
Contact Joe Tosto 760-458-5222 for more information.
Greeters arrive 20 to 30 minutes before Mass, stand at their assigned doors, and welcome all who enter. The list of Greeters is mailed quarterly; greeters can expect to be scheduled about twice each month.
Contact Mary Magaret McCormick at 760-943-0179.
Boys and girls ages from grades 4th through 8th are invited to participate in the Liturgy of the Mass as altar servers. After a short training period, you will be asked to serve approximately once a month at one of the weekend Masses (dates to be determined and will be announced at later date). Participants must have made 1st Holy Communion.
The funeral ministry provides options and guidance for the family regarding types of services, dates and times, and liturgy and music.
To make funeral arrangements, please call 760-729-6366.