Altar Society and Circles - All women of the parish are invited to join this organization.  Women may join as support members and attend the general meeting. They may also join a circle which is a small group within the Altar Society. Each circle offers a variety of service to the parish and opportunities for friendship. Circles meet once a month and the Altar Society meets the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. The Altar Society assists parishioners who have lost a loved one by providing a luncheon after the funeral services are complete and support the parish in a variety of ways.


Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) - Parish children in grades 3-8 are encouraged to participate in CYO sports programs. Parent volunteers serve as coaches and assistant coaches. Currently, teams for volleyball, football, basketball and track are available. Students practice on parish grounds or in the parish center and participate in games against CYO teams from other parishes. Parents are encouraged to volunteer to coach, help with occasional fundraising to defray costs or serve on the CYO Board.


Finance Council - Parishioners are invited by the pastor to serve. This council meets monthly to advise, guide and oversee parish finances. This council is advisory to the pastor.


Green Club - Men of the parish are invited to join this men’s social and parish support group which meets every other Monday at 7:30 p.m. Activities include sponsoring our Lenten fish dinners, participating in our annual ice cream social and cutting the grass of the Church grounds during the summer. All men are welcome to join the Green Club. For more information contact The Green Club's President, Dick Morrissey at 913-299-1506.


Knights of Columbus - All Catholic men are invited to join this spiritual/fraternal men’s group. The Knights support religious education, seminarians, prolife ministries and parish life. The group meets the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. The Knights regularly sponsor pancake breakfasts for the parish with proceeds benefitting seminarians and religious education. They also invite parish children to participate in vocation poster contests, free throw contests and more. All Catholic men of the parish are encouraged to become involved in the Knights.


Liturgy Committee - Monthly meetings usually in the morning are held at the rectory. The group works with the pastor and Music Director to plan all aspects of the liturgy.


Parish Council - Parishioners are elected to a three year term. This council is advisory to the pastor regarding parish life and activities. Typically meetings are on a Monday evening every 5-7 weeks.


Shamrock Club - All parishioners over the age of 55 are invited to join the Shamrock Club. The group meets monthly at noon for sack lunches, bingo, programs and day trips. They also volunteer to place new missalettes in the protective covers.


Social Concerns Committee - These volunteers cook and serve monthly at the local food kitchen, conduct collections for clothing, food, school supplies and Christmas gifts. This committee’s efforts reach far beyond the boundaries of the parish to help the needy.


Tuesday Morning Discussion Group - All parishioners attending the Tuesday morning 6:30 Mass are invited to stop by the rectory for breakfast and discussion. We discuss current events in light of our Catholic faith. The discussion ends promptly at 7:45 a.m.

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