“Christ…made the Church his co-worker in the salvation of the world…Since salvation is offered to all, it must be made concretely available to all” (Pope John Paul II, Mission of the Redeemer). These ministries try to answer that call.
“And the Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved.” (Acts. 2:47)
AIM: ACHIEVE • INSPIRE • MOTIVATE
Paul Paschke, 561-392-2476 | firstname.lastname@example.org
or Margarita Castellon, 954-821-6077 | email@example.com
The AIM Ministry of St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church is an outreach “retreat ministry” that serves individuals with physical disabilities. Please click on www.aimretreats.org for information about our ministry.
BEREAVEMENT MINISTRY (Grief Support)
Mary Ann Hodges, 561-392-0007 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Marjorie O’Sullivan, 561-609-2542
“Blessed are they who mourn for they shall be comforted…” We offer support through structured programs like “Joyful again” and “Harvesting Our Tears” as well as brief supportive meetings. For more information contact Marjorie O’Sullivan or Pat Brehm.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES COUNSELING CENTER
Please call the Hotline number at 844-848-6777.
Licensed counselor providing counseling services in the Kilby House (west door by the Chapel).
HOMEBOUND & PASTORAL CARE MINISTRY
Parish Office, 561-392-0007
The goal of Home Bound Ministry is to bring spiritual support to the homebound St. Joan of Arc Parishioners who are unable to come to church to participate in our Liturgical Celebrations by providing weekly visitations, promoting Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, training volunteers and reaching our homebound parishioners wherever they may be. Call to schedule an appointment.
YOU ARE INVITED TO…help by volunteering.
STITCHES OF LOVE KNIT AND CROCHET GROUP
Parish Office, 561-392-0007 | email@example.com
Join this ministry and dedicate your talent to making loving knitted and crochet items for our community in need. All levels of knitting and crocheting skills are welcome. We meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at 10:30am at the Kilby House in the St. Kateri Room..