Women's Council

Support the Women's Council
Look for the pink Women's Council envelope in your September packet. Please support the activities of the Women's Council by making a contribution!

The Women's Council is a community of women in our parish who meet regularly to provide leadership and be of service to the parish and community. Each of the five Guilds within the Women's Council supports different charities, participates in different volunteer events, and has a unique set of women who provide social, spiritual and emotional support. New members are always welcome!

Notes & News:

We are collecting current CASH or CHECK receipts from groceries purchased from Jerry's. There is a box on the wall near the entrance to the church for your receipts. We also collect education box tops. Please note - we no longer collect milk bottle caps.


Women's Council and Guilds at a Glance:
 

Little Flower Guild: We are a spiritual and social group of women of all ages whose purpose is to support all Women's Council and parish activities. We also give charitable donations to parish youth activities.

Meetings: 2nd Monday of the month at 9:00 am.


St. Bridget Guild: We are a spiritual and social group of women who meet in members' homes or at the Parish. We support all Women's Council events and parish activities, and participate in First Friday Hospitality. Through monetary donations, we support local charitable organizations.

Meetings: 2nd Monday of the month at 9:30 am.


St. Cabrini Guild: We are one of the original guilds at St. Patrick's. We encourage new members to join as we strive to help each other and serve our parish. We participate in Women's Council activities, First Friday Liturgy and socials, funeral ministry food service and special projects assigned yearly by the Women's Council. We also support Risen Christ School and host their graduation luncheon each year.

Meetings: 2nd Tuesday of the month at 1:30 pm.


St. Gerard Guild: We are a group of mothers and women who work in and outside of the home. We are in our 24th year of service and fellowship. As a guild, we provide friendship and support to each other, are involved in Women's Council activities, and perform other works of charity relating to hunger, women and children. Most of our members have children from high school age to young adults.

Meetings: 3rd Monday of the month at 7:00 pm.


St. Lucy Guild: We welcome all women to the fellowship of the Church of St. Patrick. As many of our members have young children, we focus on enriching family life experiences in the church. We also contribute to the success of the Women's Council's philanthropies. Our meeting days and locations vary month-to-month. 

Meetings: Dates and locations vary month to month.