Ministries & Organizations

Providing your time and talent is an important way to serve the parish community and the Lord.

In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’

Acts 20:35

Can You Help Us With Reopening?

We are looking for greeters, ushers, and clean-up teams during COVID19 so we can safely allow people to attend masses and other prayer opportunities. If you can help, please email us at reopening@stcletusparish.com

Ministry Booklet

Download the ministry booklet for a full offering and description of ministries and organizations within the parish.

Ministries & Committees

Worship

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. Within the Worship Ministry

Youth Faith Formation

Opportunities for students to learn about the faith. Adults can serve as catechists, on the religious education board.

Adult Faith Formation

This ministry includes RCIA, baptism catechesis, pre-cana catechesis, and CREDO.

Hispanic Ministry

The St. Cletus Hispanic Ministry seeks to serve individuals and families whose first language is Spanish. The Ministry’s primary focus is on the liturgical celebrations, sacramental preparation and evangelization and responding to a wide variety of social needs.

Music Ministry

The St. Cletus Music Ministry consists of individuals, 3rd grade and up, who enjoy singing and praising our God.

We are a vibrant, joyful and faith-filled Ministry, and we would be very happy to welcome you in whatever capacity fits your musical talents and schedule!

Pastoral Care

The Pastoral Care ministry is comprised of the Ministry of Care (MOC), and the Compassionate Care Ministry (CCM).

These ministries of lay volunteers, offer their time, talent, and compassion, to ordinary people in challenging circumstances.

Social Concerns

As members of the St. Cletus parish and body of Christ, we strive to answer God’s call to “act justly, love tenderly, and walk humbly with
God” (Micah 6:8). We do this in Christ’s name by enlisting the time, talent, and treasure of our faith community to respond to human needs here and throughout the world.

Areas of interest in this ministry include the Advent Giving Tree, Domestic Violence Awareness, Food Pantry, Interfaith Career Network, Mission Ladies, Respect Life, and St. Vincent De Paul.

School

St. Cletus builds a strong foundation for life-long learning. St. Cletus’ commitment to academic excellence, religious education, spiritual and personal development, and extracurricular activities promotes a balanced approach to support and develop well-rounded students.

Parish Life

This ministry includes special interest groups such as Book Club, Christian Family Movement, Cubs Scouts, Girl Scouts, Greeters, Holy Name, Catholic Council of Women.

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