Parish Life Ministry
The Parish Life Ministry strives to build a deeper sense of Christian community for all ages and interest groups in the parish by providing parishioners opportunities to socialize and explore shared values.Get Involved Today
Christian Family Movement
The Christian Family Movement (CFM) is comprised of couples from various faiths who meet twice monthly during the school year to discuss and share ideas to strengthen their marriages, family values, and faith in God. CFM is a positive way to enrich your marriage and family life.
Cub Scout Pack 83
Cub Scout Pack 83 is an organization for 1st through 5th grade boys that centers around civic values, teamwork, outdoor activities, recognition, responsibility and fun. Time Commitment for the Average Volunteer: 4 hours a month for 7 months
The Holy Name Society is a men’s club that supports and promotes parish activities such as a Pancake Breakfast, a Turkey Raffle, and the July 4th Veterans’ Mass. HNS prays at the wakes and funerals of its deceased members, and promotes respect for the most Holy Name of God, faith in the Catholic Church, and loyalty plus respect to both our civic and religious responsibilities. Our Holy Name Society began when St. Cletus Parish was established, in 1951.
St. Cletus Girl Scouts is part of a worldwide organization of more than 95,000 Girl Scouts. We offer Scouting beginning in Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Troops typically meet once or twice a month and have fun earning badges, petals and TRY-Its. Service projects and field trips are also involved. All troops are led by volunteers who have been trained by the Girl Scout organization.
A group of seniors 60 years and over. Our activities include entertainment, bingo, cake and coffee. Join us the first Thursday each month September – June in Morrissey Hall from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Parish Life Committee
The St. Cletus Parish Life Commission is a ministry committed to planning social programs and activities that will provide opportunities for the Parish Community to meet and interact, and to share our Christian Faith. Time commitment for the average volunteer: monthly meeting and volunteer opportunities at various events.
We give a caring and positive welcome to those who come to register in the parish on the first Sunday of the month.
To welcome new women into the parish, provide spiritual and social activities for members, encourage participation in parish life and promote charitable projects on behalf of St. Cletus.