Parish Ministries

At St. Katharine Drexel opportunities abound to share your time and spiritual gifts with your parish family.  Following is a brief description of the many ministries you may volunteer to help.  Not sure which gifts you were given by the Holy Spirit? Periodically we offer an opportunity to take the Catholic Spiritual Gifts Inventory to help identify your gifts.  For information about the inventory or to volunteer for any of the listed ministries, contact the Parish Office by phone or click the link below to send an email to our ministry coordinator.

Contact Ministry Coordinator

Ministers will plan and host monthly gatherings to welcome new members and answer general questions about the parish.
Commitment: Before/after one Mass each month.

Join others with backgrounds in safety-related fields to help ensure SKD is a safe and secure environment.
Commitment: Meets quarterly.

Our grounds need many hands to keep them looking wonderful. This committee will help with spreading mulch, planting flowers, and pulling weeds, typically on Wednesday evenings from Spring through Fall.
Commitment: Once a month or as you are able.

Consider joining this committee to help identify improvement needs throughout the building
Commitment: Quarterly meetings and work as needed.

Volunteers assist in keeping our interior facility clean and tidy for parish families/visitors.
Commitment: Goal of one day a month.

Do you like to write or take pictures? Consider lending your talents to the SKD quarterly newsletter. Writers must be high school freshmen or older.
Commitment: Newsletter is produced every three months.

This ministry is made up of parishioners commissioned to serve the values and principles of St. Katharine Drexel and the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament.
Commitment: Monthly meetings with an annual commissioning at Mass.

Women offer prayer, support, and meals to pregnant women and new parents within the parish. The group also offers assistance, fellowship, and support to parishioners experiencing difficulty conceiving or adopting, as well as couples experiencing the loss of a child.
Commitment: Women willing to share their experience or make meals as needed.