SAFE ENVIRONMENT/CHILD PROTECTION Karen Blodgett
A team of volunteers to facilitate and train other volunteers and staff in the importance of protecting our children from predators and to help make them aware of signs of a child in need.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY Brant Blodgett
A service organization that provides emergency assistance including food, shelter, clothing, furniture and help with rent or utilities. Organizes their annual Christmas food drive, and distributes food baskets to individuals and families in need.
THRIFTY COTTAGE Karen Blodgett
For over 33 years, the Thrifty Cottage has been a neighborhood mainstay selling used and new clothing, house wares, knick-knacks, etc. Stop by and find a treasure Monday through Friday 10am to 2pm (closed Wednesday and Sunday) and Saturday 10am to 3pm. All our proceeds benefit St. Agatha Church and all our workers are volunteers!
Adults and older youth assist with seating, collecting the gift offerings, passing out the weekly bulletins, and before leaving the church building, they make sure it is in order for the next celebration. They help with the set up of the church for special events.
This person helps with planning the ceremony, coordination on the day of the ceremony, and assists Father. If you have questions regarding a wedding at St. Agatha, please contact the Parish Office.
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A sacristan is charged with the care of the sacristy, the church, and their contents. The Sacristin is a member of the Liturgy Council.
ST. AGATHA CATHOLIC CHURCH
RESPECT LIFE TEAM Randy Stewart
The St Agatha Respect Life Committee was formed in 2008. The committee is the fruit of the efforts of several parishioners who felt the need to offer an increased pro-life presence to our parish. The committee’s goals of helping to spread the Gospel of Life and to offer understanding and clarity to the Church’s teachings on the life issues are reflected in its mission statement; The St. Agatha Respect Life Team is committed to promoting the Gospel of Life in our parish and our community through the spiritual disciplines of prayer, study, outreach and apostolic witness.
All parishioners are welcome to join the Respect Life Committee’s monthly activities which take place the second Sunday of each month the Rosary for Life is at Noon in the church. Other committee supported activities include community outreach programs and events such as Steps for Life and 40 Days for Life.