ST. SABINA'S MINISTRIES
|The Adult Choir -- Singing is praying twice! The adult choir seeks to enhance liturgies of the parish community through their gifts in unison with the prayer of the whole community. The choir practices Wednesday evenings and sings regularly in the 9:30 a.m. Sunday Eucharistic Liturgy and for special celebrations in the parish.|
|Boy Scouts of America -- Cub Scout Pack 829 -- The Pack is sponsored by the Parish and is for boys in grades first through fifth.|
|Boy Scouts of America -- Boy Scout Troop 829 -- The Troop is sponsored by the parish and is for boys 11 to 18 years old.|
|Boy Scouts of America -- Venturing Crew 2829 -- The Venturing Crew is sponsored by the parish and designed for girls and boys ages 14 to 21 years old.|
|The Chaplain's Aid Society helps the needy by making sandwiches and delivers them to the 'Salvation Army' Ministry Food providers in St. Charles, Missouri. They meet once a month in the home of one of the members. If interested in joining this ministry, contact the rectory.|
|Divorced/Separated Ministry -- North County Divorced Catholics (NCDC) offers friendship and support to anyone who is separated, divorced, or widowed. For more information contact either our parish representative,|
|Eucharistic Adoration is an opportunity to come before the Real and True Presence of the Lord and "Encounter" Christ. In the peace and quiet of adoration, one may clear away the hectic pace of daily life, pour out fears and failings and ask for God's blessing and guidance in all things. Volunteers are needed to take one-hour shifts each Friday to keep company with the Lord, to give Him thanks for all the blessings He has given us, to make up for all the disrespect Our Lord receives in this sacrament, and to pray for the unborn and Vocations to the religious life. Adoration begins each Friday with exposition of the Blessed Sacrament immediately after the 8:00 a.m. mass and concludes with benediction at 5:00 p.m.
Contact Mrs. Carol Casolari -- 314-723-5534, to sign up for an hour.
|Eucharistic Ministers of St. Sabina consist of adult men and women who assist the priests and deacons in the distribution of the Holy Communion both at Eucharistic Liturgies and to the sick, infirmed, homebound. Contact the Pastor or the rectory to learn more about this ministry.|
|Evenings for the Engaged -- A couple preparing for marriage had the option of meeting with a married couple in the parish who have been trained to assist them in their formation for the sacrament of marriage. It allows the married couple to develop a one-on-one relationship with the engaged couple preparing for marriage and share their growth and marriage with the engaged couple. To become a preparation couple or share in this preparation contact the rectory.|
|Girl Scouts of America -- Brownies/Girl Scout Troop -- Girl Scouting is offered for all age levels beginning in Kindergarten with Daisies and continuing through Seniors Scouts.|
|Grief/Bereavement Group -- Contact the rectory for more information|
|Homebound Visitation Ministers consist of Eucharistic Ministers who visit the homes of the sick, informed and homebound of the parish on Sunday mornings. They proclaim the word of God through the scripture and share Christ through the distribution of Holy Communion. Contact the pastor to learn more about this ministry.|
|The Hospital Ministry Team consists of members who visit fellow-parishioners in the hospital to let them know that the St. Sabina parish family is praying for them. After a short visit, the team member leaves a prayer card with the patient. If we miss the person in the hospital, we try to follow up with a card to let them know the parish is praying for them We are in need of parishioners to do hospital visits. Contact the rectory for more information.|
|The Hospitality Committee is a group of parishioners that work together with the Pastor and Parish Council and other organizations to plan, decorate, and serve social events in our parish. A few examples would be refreshments for the Missions, Anniversaries of our Priest, Sisters and Deacons, along with welcoming the going away parties for our priest or maybe just a social event that will help bring community to St. Sabina. For more information contact the rectory.|
|The Lectors proclaim the Word of God in the Eucharistic Liturgy and other special liturgies. Lectors are assigned to all Eucharistic Liturgies on Sundays and Holy days. Contact the rectory for more information.|
|The Liturgy Committee includes the following areas: learn the needs and desires from the rest of the parish; gather those responsible for leadership of ministries in the Liturgy; and inform themselves on what is right for liturgical celebrations. Contact the rectory for more information.|
|Love in Action has the responsibility for enabling members to the parish to respond to the social problems of today. It concerns itself with the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of the church, giving special care to the poor, the lonely, aged, the oppressed, and minority groups. It is our parish outreach to all persons in our neighborhood. Jesus says -- "You shall love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and the first commandment; and you shall love your neighbor as yourself." Matthew 22:37-39. For help or to learn how you can get involved, call the coordinator -- Pat Bobbitt -- 314-837-1365.|
|Mass Servers -- young people in the parish train annually for this ministry at the altar assisting the priest and deacon in the Celebration of the Eucharist. For more information contact Fr. Banden -- 314-837-1365.|
|The Men's Club is a spiritual, social, and educational group, bring together men age 18 to 100, who meet the first Wednesday of the month. To join or for more information, contact the rectory.|
|The Nursing Home Ministry consists of men and women who help provide for the Spiritual Care of those who reside at the Florissant Nursing Home through a Communion service held each Sunday morning and Mass that is celebrated every third Monday of the month. Contact the Pastor or Coordinator of the Nursing Home Ministry, Joyce Wingerter 314-921-7672 -- to learn more.|
|The Parish Council determines the direction of the parish through development of a mission statement, goals and objectives. Parish Council members represent the total parish, elected by the parish, and promote the whole mission of Christ. Contact the Parish Council Chairman,|
|The Finance Committee is appointed by the pastor and deals with all matters of parish finance, including fundraising for the parish as well as the Archdioceses (ADA). It is responsible for the parish's accountability, maintenance, projects, and overall stewardship.|
|The St. Sabina Garden Club takes care of the seasonal planting and maintenance of the exterior flowers and bushes of the convent, rectory, annex, school, and church. We work in conjunction with the pastor in establishing a peaceful, aesthetic atmosphere for enjoyment by the whole parish. At the same time we share in the companionship and knowledge of others with the same interests.|
|The Parish Picnic is an annual celebration of the Feast of St. Sabina promoting fellowship and community well being. The picnic committee organizes each facet of the event including games, music, and food. The picnic committee is comprised of organizational representatives and volunteers.|
|The Parish Prayer Chain consists of volunteers who will set aside a few minutes in a day for prayer when a member of our parish family request prayers for themselves or someone else who has become ill or hospitalized. The captain receives a call, usually from the rectory and then the prayer chain calls are started. There are no meetings to attend just a few minutes of prayer for those in need.
Contact the rectory for more information.
|The St. Sabina Pro-Life Committee works to educate our community of faith that life is sacred from the moment of conception till the moment of natural death and how we must continually strive to protect and respect each person. The unborn child is truly human. The Pro-Life Committee also strives to work to address specific needs of women with problems related to pregnancy through agencies such as St. Sabina Love In Action, Birthright, and Our Lady's Inn. To become a part of this committee contact the Chairperson,
Terri Booher -- 314-837-5571.
|For Sacristans contact the rectory for this ministry|
|The St. Sabina Huels Hall Players come together once a year to present a full-scale theater production in our own Huels Hall. Our play promotes fellowship and community among its participants as well as the entire parish. These parishioners, most of who have little or no previous experience, are responsible for acting, stage crew, set, and costume design, lighting, sound effects, concession, and promotion.
Contact Deacon Jack Hofmann -- 314-921-8712 for details.
|The St. Sabina Seniors are a group of young-at-heart adults, who meet in St. Sabina's Annex the third Tuesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. Our club is comprised of those who are 50 years of age or older. Our objectives: are to enjoy life through prayer and sharing generously of ourselves (service to the community and to the parish). We are fun loving group that prays together, works together, and plays together. For more information you may contact the club's President,|
|The St. Sabina Sports Association promotes organized athletics with the aim of teaching a Christian attitude, good sportsmanship, respect for rules and authority, and self discipline among contestants as well as leaders. The executive committee meets monthly and general meetings take place quarterly. Contact the Chairperson, Tim Oberkrom -- 314-831-2154, of the Executive Committee for more information on joining a sport activity or helping. Visit their website|
|The Ministry of Ushers serves the community of St. Sabina at its Sunday Eucharistic celebrations. They attempt to welcome all to the Sunday Liturgy and to take care of the details of worship. Please join them by contacting the Chairperson of the Ushers/Greeters, Steve Hieke -- 314-838-2517.|
The Vincent Association is a nonprofit corporation independent of the parish but established for the good of the parish. They own and maintain the fields adjacent to the northeast side of the parish parking lot. For more information contact the Chairperson of the Vincent Association,
|The Welcoming Committee greets new parishioners every Sunday for registration in our parish library. Contact the rectory to join and help welcome and be friendly to new parishioners.|
Page Last Updated April 2012