Stewardship of Participation

  • There are many ways to get involved and become a part of the St. Odilia community. Below is an at-a-glance view of the various ministries, organizations, activities, and celebrations that enrich the Catholic Community of St. Odilia. 

    Hospitality

    • Coffee and Donuts
    • Funeral Lunch Servers
    • Welcome Committee

    Community Outreach

    • Bridging, Inc.
    • Sharing and Caring Hands
    • Catholic Charities
    • Sharing Tree Project
    • Dorothy Day Center
    • Feed My Starving Children
    • Meals on Wheels Driver
    • Franciscan Brothers of
      Peace Food Shelf
    • Habitat for Humanity Building Project

    Worship Ministries

    • Altar Linen Launderer
    • Church Decorating
    • Eucharistic Ministers
    • Greeters/Hospitality Minister
    • Lector
    • Mass Coordinator
    • Mass Server
    • Projectionist

    Pastoral Care

    • Befriender Ministry
    • Bereavement Ministry
    • Grief Support Group
    • Homebound Communion
    • Nursing Home/Assisted Living Visitor
    • Prayer Line
    • Prayer Shawl Ministry
    • Sarah’s Table

    Community Organizations

    • Council of Catholic Women
    • Knights of Columbus
    • Men’s Club 

    Community Celebrations

    • Fall Festival
    • Trunk or Treat
    • Fish Fry
    • Pancake Breakfasts
    • Our Lady of Guadalupe
    • Feast of St. Odilia Trivia Night
    • Day of The Dead

    Music Ministries

    • Adult Choir
    • Children’s Choir
    • Latino Choir
    • Contemporary Music Ensembles
    • Gospel Choir
    • Handbell Choir
    • Parish Musical
    • Singers & Instrumentalists

Sharing our Gift of Participation

  • We invite you to share your gift of participation by completing an online form HERE. Thank you for sharing the gift of yourself with your community at St. Odilia! Please contact Annie Hoffman, Parish Volunteer Coordinator at 651-415-3300 if you have any questions.

     

    "As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another
    as good stewards of God's varied grace."
    (1 Peter 4:10)