Ministries & Organizations
We are created to live in a community, connected to God and one another. The ministry groups of St. Cletus Parish work together to strengthen our parish, serve our community, both local and global, and provide opportunities to share our gifts as Christian stewards.Get Involved Today!
Religious Education consists of several Parish Programs to pass on the Catholic Faith, including: our St. Cletus Parish School, CCD on Sunday mornings or Monday evenings for K through 8th grade children, Early Childhood Programs for children ages 3 to 5, RCIA for adults desiring to learn more about the Catholic faith, and Adult Faith Formation programs for those looking to grow in their faith.
The St. Cletus Hispanic Ministry seeks to serve individuals and families whose first language is Spanish. The Ministry’s primary focus is on liturgical celebrations, sacramental preparation and evangelization and responding to a wide variety of social needs.
Pastoral Care Ministry is all about loving, serving and helping people. Seeing people come to wholeness in Christ is the goal and is accomplished in various ways.
St. Cletus is a community of people feeding bodies and souls. We love God, and our neighbors and believe that all our lives are transformed when we live as Christ in the world.
Youth Ministry offers high school teens an environment of acceptance, self respect and love; opportunities to help others; and to grow in their relationship with God.
The worship ministries provide services at the liturgy that will enhance and encourage participation by the whole parish community at the celebration of the eucharist.
The Ministry of Music, through its adult and children’s choirs serve as an integral part of the worship. We strive to provide the congregation of St. Cletus with the highest quality of music, so that we may all worship more completely by praising God in song. No experience or prior musical background is necessary to join any of our choirs, and we welcome all who have a love for God and for singing.
Holy Name Society
This traditional parish men’s organization meets to socialize, engage in fellowship and to support parish activities.
The Finance Committee is responsible for the stewardship of parish finances. Members of this committee serve at the discretion of the pastor.
We gather one day in mid-Spring to plant flowers and then follow up with watering and maintenance 2 or 3 times a month. We welcome everyone, with or without a green thumb!
The Maintenance Committee oversees the physical condition of the school, church, rectory and grounds.
Provide technical expertise, support, and guidance to staff, students, and administration in order to integrate and enhance campus-wide technology systems, programs and equipment.