Emmaus Ministry for Grieving Parents
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Altar servers assist the priest in the smooth and efficient flow of the Mass. Prospective altar servers must be in the fifth grade or older, received their First Communion, and attend mass on a regular schedule.
Third Sunday of every month after 11:30am Mass
Catholic Athletic League Basketball (CAL / CYO)
The Catholic Athletic League is organized in order to give the children of this diocese a place to help them develop physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually.
Catholic Athletic League office
Through the use of props and other visual aids, children grades K-5 are encouraged to join in discussion of the scripture readings. Offered September - June. 5pm Saturday Mass
Collation after Funerals
Volunteers will await your caterer, help set up the tables, serve the food and beverages, and clean up after the meals. There is no charge for this service.
A parish-based outreach to women in their childbearing years. The Elizabeth Ministers draw on their own personal stories and experiences and offer companionship, encouragement, prayers and support to other women during the childbearing years.
Emmaus Ministry for Grieving Parents
For parents who have experienced the death of a child of any age, by any cause; recently or many years ago. One day retreat at St. John Vianney offered in the spring. Various day or weekend retreats offered in RI & MA.
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
First Friday of every month 7:30am - 8:00pm. Perpetual Adoration coming soon.
Maureen Parmenter - 401-333-2786 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Martha Anne Macari - 401-334-1622 / email@example.com
The Gardening Committee is a group of people who enjoy being outdoors and gardening, and who are dedicated to beautifying the church grounds. No one has any professional landscaping experience and anyone at any age is welcome to participate. This is a fun family activity, including for students who need to complete service hour requirements. Members with experience guide new members in the tasks needed. They prepare and plant the flower beds in the spring at the church and administration building, and maintain them on a rotating weekly basis over the summer, by watering, weeding and deadheading. In the fall mums are planted and the flower beds are cleaned up by the group.
Knights of Columbus, Council 12312
The Knights of Columbus work to overcome the challenges of the need for food, shelter, warm clothing & financial security, especially for widows & orphans, in our local communities. Membership is open to Catholic men ages 18 or older. Meetings are held the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month at 7:00 pm.
Bob Chesney - Grand Knight
Life in the Spirit Prayer Meeting
Every Thursday 7pm
Provides a forum to enhance spirituality among the men of the parish offering a practical means to promote camaraderie, form enduring friendships, and render service to build a better parish community. Third Thursday of every month 6pm
Mother's Prayer Group
Meets weekly for informal discussions on the role of motherhood and faith formation for children in a warm and supportive atmosphere. The group also provides an opportunity for mother-to-mother support for issues on raising children of all ages. New, expectant and nursing mothers are especially encouraged, as well as experienced moms who can share their advice and expertise.
Joining our faith and musical talents with one another as we endeavor to inspire and accompany the congregation as it raises it's Voice to God in prayerful song.
Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament Cenacle
Every Wednesday 7pm
Visit "Parish Council" page on our website under the "About Us" tab.
Chairperson- Kim McCarthy
The Parish Engagement Committee seeks to create a culture that promotes inclusive, welcoming, active relationships within our community through parish ministries, special events, sacraments and family life. By fostering the full participation of all parishioners we hope our faith community will be stronger, closer and more spiritually vibrant.
Every Sunday, a team of pastoral care ministers bring the Eucharist to residents of Autumn Villa, Brookdale Manor and parishioners who are unable to attend mass.
Establishes and maintains programs of religious instruction, sacramental preparation and information concerning the faith that promotes a deeper understanding of the faith and the continual spiritual growth of parishioners at all age levels.
Pat Draper - firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathryn Lagasse - email@example.com
Kim Passanante - firstname.lastname@example.org
Erin Blais - email@example.com
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)
Open to adults interested in becoming fully initiated into the Catholic Church, through Baptism, the Eucharist, and Confirmation.
Friday at 7:00 pm. Select the "Schedules" tab on the home page to take you to a complete schedule.
Chris Ferland - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 4:00 - 6:00 pm. Select the "Schedules" tab on the home page to take you to a complete schedule.
John Petrone - 401-943-6655
Steve Collard - email@example.com.
A group of members age 55 and over, who enjoy recreational and informational activities and pursue an overall goal of service to the needs of its members as well as to the needs of the parish. Third Wednesday of every month 10am-3pm.
St. John Vianney Help for the Needy
A charitable organization within the parish that provides resources and assistance with rent, heat, food, medical bills, shelter and clothing.
Roger Doire (June-Oct) 401-333-0114
Orin Cook (Nov-May) firstname.lastname@example.org / 401-333-5746
The Saint John Vianney Youth Ministry is a community of believers dedicated to encountering the living Christ through lifelong discipleship and a firm foundation in catechesis. We seek to cultivate the gifts and talents of young people, to foster a nurturing and supportive environment, and to accomplish this by instilling a Gospel-centered, challenging, and world-shaping vision for our youth.
Saint John the Baptist Mary Vianney
3609 Diamond Hill Road
Cumberland, Rhode Island 02864