The Bereavement Ministry reaches out with compassion to grieving families. Members provide a reception after the funeral service of a parishioner as requested by the family. Other services may be provided as needed, i.e., logistical support.
Our ministry is looking for additional members, so let us know if you have any questions or would like to become a member.
Chair: Claire Williamson
Coffee Service Committee
The Coffee Service Committee provides hot coffee/tea and pastries after all weekend Masses to help facilitate social interaction after Mass.
Send us an email if you’d like to join us.
Chair: Chuck Pierpont
The Homebound Ministry helps those parishioners who, due to age related health issues or illness, to stay connected to their parish community by way of pre-arranged home visits, transportation to medical appointments, a cooked meal, and/or minor home repairs.
Let us know if you’d like to be a part of this ministry.
Parish Nursing Ministry
This ministry fosters the health of the St. Agnes community through education, blood pressure and sugar checks, and health activities throughout the year.
If you are a nurse or have experience in the medical field, the health ministry is always looking for more volunteers.
Chair: Gabriele Davis
Social Activities Committee (SAC)
The SAC supports St. Agnes by coordinating, organizing and hosting a variety of Parish events throughout the year. Events include, the parish picnic, First Holy Communion and Confirmation receptions, luncheons for speaker presentations, and more. The goal of the events is to promote fellowship within the parish while having fun.
Co-chairs: Rosanne and Scott Hutton
Welcome Basket Ministry
When an individual or family registers at St. Agnes, they receive a welcome gift basket. Once the family receives the basket, a follow-up call is made by a member of the Welcome Basket Ministry to further welcome the individual or family and answer any questions they may have.
Chair: Judy Lilga