Every one of our parishioners has a distinctive set of gifts and traits that can benefit the parish in some way. We urge you to get involved and find out what you can do to keep the work moving forward. On this page, we’ll keep a list of our various parish organizations and committees, and we’ll update it regularly with the latest contact information. We look forward to your contribution!
African Ancestry Ministry and Evangelization
The ministry is to foster the Church’s mission to preach the Gospel, celebrate the sacraments, and form a faith community to facilitate the participation of people in African Ancestry in the life of the parish.
This group gives life to the essential Christian truths by embracing the originality and creativity of individuals and developing Christian leadership skills. They meet on Fridays, and their meetings are conducted in Spanish.
The finance council meets monthly and directs the financial plan of the parish in conjunction with the pastor. Visit our Pastoral and Finance Councils page for additional information.
Hispanic Ministry and Council
This council directs and integrates the parish and liturgical activities of the Spanish-speaking community.
Knights of Columbus, Council 6528
Knights of Columbus serves the church, families, and the community. This group is open to Catholic men 18 years and older. We meet the second and fourth Thursdays of the month.
Parish Pastoral Council
An advisory group to the pastor that meets monthly to direct the development and implementation of the parish plan. See our Pastoral and Finance Councils page for more details.
We proclaim and affirm the life and dignity of every human being, from conception until natural death in accordance with the teachings of the Catholic Church. Members of St. Anthony’s affirm their support through prayer, education, public policy, and outreach, defending and inspiring a culture of life. Read more about our Respect Life opportunities.
St. Anthony Women’s Guild
A fellowship of Catholic women dedicated to serving the Church through prayer, community activities, and charitable work. Meetings take place the second Monday of the month after noon Mass.