“Serve with the strength God provides” 1 Peter 4:11


Click on the opportunity below for more information and to PRE-register.
“Remember that the Christian life is one of action; not of speech and daydreams. Let there be few words and many deeds, and let them be done well.” -- St. Vincent Pallotti

St. Jude offers meaningful service experiences for ALL parishioners including adults, young adults, families, teens, and children. Adults over 18 must have gone through Protecting God’s Children. Parents are asked to accompany their children in grade 6 or younger. Each event will specify the minimum age for participants. Please pre- gister in advance on-line; off-site events require a signed permission slip for minors if parents are not present. Encourage friends, family, and neighbors to attend with you!  


Winter Coat Scavenger Hunt for Day Break Shelter 
Saturday, October 14th 10-12 pm 
For teens, families & adults 

Mission Trip Informational Meeting 
Wednesday, October 18th 7:00-8:30 pm 
For teens, families & adults 

Care Packages for St. Jude College Students 
Thursday, October 26th 6-8:30 pm
For teens, families & adults 

Rake & Run for St. Jude Parishioners 
Saturday, November 18th 8:30 am - 12:00 pm 
For teens, families & adults 

Unpacking Food for Caritas Food Pantry 
Sunday, November 12th 1:30 pm 
For teens, families & adults 

Feed My Starving Children Trip 
November 21st 
For teens, families & adults 

St. Jude Giving Tree 
end of November and beginning of December 
For teens, families & adults 

Care Packages for St. Jude College Students 
Thursday, February 1st 6-8:30 pm 
For teens, families & adults




Order a Tee Shirt and promote St. Jude Service Ministries wherever you go! 
$13 donation; available at the Parish Office. 



Caritas - Help maintain the food pantry, distribute food baskets during the holidays, visit, and help the needy, elderly and shut-ins.

Meal Angels - volunteers who buy food, prepare meals and deliver them to  families who are unable to prepare their own meals due to health reasons

Daybreak Shelter - Would you like to be part of a special group that translates God's love into tangible human services for the homeless?

Peace and Social Justice - our organization educates, organizes and acts on social issues facing our local and global community by deepening an awareness of the Gospel's call to love our neighbors.

Respect Life - the mission of the Respect Life Ministry is to educate and promote the dignity of life from conception to natural death. 

Elizabeth Ministry - Elizabeth Ministry is a response to the needs of women and their families during the childbearing years, supporting the joys, trials, and sorrows of childbearing

Mens Ministry - we strive to enhance our spirits, discover and develop our God given gifts, establish effective partnerships with like-minded groups and experience the joys of serving others in need

Junior Women's Club - provide service to church, community and country by collecting for food pantries, donating children's religious books to our church, making care packages for our troops, advent wreaths and bake sales to help raise money for outside speakers, craft projects, church projects and the Lenten Mission at St. Jude Church

Knights of Columbus and Squires - The council organizes many charitable events in the community during the year, including pancake breakfasts, fish frys, a drive for mental health and learning disability, and blood drives.

Protecting God’s Children
Most trips and service events require adults who are 18 and older to attend this practical and helpful two and a half hour workshop.  Click here for upcoming workshops 


Click here for Contact information on Service Sites



"Show me your hands. Do they have scars from giving? Show me your feet. Are they wounded in service? Show me your heart/Have you left a place for divine love?" - Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen

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