The 50 + Club is a group of men and women fifty years of age and older.
We meet on the third Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the parish cafeteria. Our meetings offer entertainment, prizes, social activities, food, fun and fellowship. We schedule several outings throughout the year which take us to places of fun and interest.
There is a small charge for dues.
Outside trips are offered to all who are interested. Come and join in the fun.
Contact: Mary Kay Gladbach, 921-5563.
The Athletic Committee is a group of men and women dedicated to helping develop Christian values in the youth of our community through participation in sports. The aim of this group is to provide recreation through sporting programs which will not only provide opportunities for fun but also through the experience of playing sports and helping with the Christian formation of our children. The committee administers this program by forming teams, selecting coaches, obtaining equipment and securing facilities.
In addition, the committee supplements the low registration costs with fund raising efforts throughout the year. There are many programs offered.
Our committee strives to provide a safe environment for our children by adhering to the rules of the Archdiocesan Protecting God's Children Program.
Contact: Rick Smith, 973-7976.
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The Christian Service Committee promotes and coordinates programs that give parishioners an opportunity to give witness to their faith by serving in areas of charity and justice.
Two of the many activities of the committee include the 'Giving Tree' drive at Christmas, which helps families who are in great need and the Meal of the Month collection of food which helps with the food pantry at T.E.A.M.
All parishioners are welcome to join and volunteer to help with the work of Christian Service.
Please contact the rectory at 314-837-3757, extension 224 for more information.
The Holy Name Society is a council of Catholic men of the parish who are dedicated to preserving and exalting the Name of Jesus through our thoughts, prayers and actions. Holy Name members are active in serving the parish in many activities, programs and special events.
Meetings are held on the first Monday of the month except for the summer months. All men 18 years of age and over are welcome to join.
Contact: Mark Goldstein, 838-2828.
The Sacred Heart Ladies Guild is an organization of women who are dedicated to serving the parish and school. This group functions according to the guidelines set forth by the Archdiocesan Council of the Laity. Its members are committed to stewardship by offering time and talents in a variety of ways including: fundraising, social activities, fun activities for the children, teacher support and appreciation, and the promotion of the Catholic faith through their witness to gospel values.
Meetings are held in the Parish Hall on the second Thursday of each month, excluding the summer months.
Membership is open to all women of the parish and new members are always welcome.
Contact: Casey Gaw, 314-677-5985 or email@example.com.
The Legion of Mary is an organization of men and women whose purpose is evangelization and prayer through the intercession of the Blessed Mother. Part of the mission is to visit families within Sacred Heart Parish.
New members are always welcome.
Meetings are held Tuesday mornings at 10:30 a.m.
Contact: Mary DeWald, 831-2691.
As a parish family, we strive to work together to promote respect for all human life from pre-born to the elderly. The members of this committee work during the year to promote all Pro-Life activities sponsored by the Archdiocese. Our work takes many forms and we continually strive to participate in area wide activities which promote the sanctity of life.
Contact: Kathy Wacker, 831-0076.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Boy Scouts of America is an organization of boys and adult leaders whose purpose is to build Christian values, develop leadership skills, provide service to the community, and provide fun activities for boys.
Cub Scouts are boys age seven (or 1st grade) through 5th grade. These boys meet in small groups called dens. Once a month all the dens gather for a Pack meeting. The activities of Cub Scouts include working on different awards and badges. All these activities are geared to provide fun, develop interest in different topics, and build character, responsibility and leadership. Each Pack meeting has a theme which the scouts work towards to help develop community building and a cooperative spirit within the Pack.
Contact: Brian Schiermeier, 831-2743.
Boy Scouts are boys from age eleven to eighteen. These boys continue to work on badges, awards and leadership skills. Troop meetings are held weekly. Summer camp and other camping activities are offered throughout the year.
Contact: Tami Schiermeier, 831-2743.
GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA
The Girl Scouts of America is an organization of girls and adult leaders who work together to build Christian values, develop leadership skills and provide service to the community. Girls from the age of five to fourteen are invited to be a part of this organization.
The scouts are divided into different groups depending on their age: Daisies, Brownies or Girl Scouts. Troop meetings are held on different days and times. All girls are welcome to become members and parents are encouraged to help with various activities throughout the year. The girls receive badges, awards and special recognition.
Contact: Amy Hogan, 495-8011.
This club is a group of senior citizens who meet monthly to provide wholesome spiritual and recreational activities for the seniors in our area.
All people over the age of 60 are welcome to join us for a short meeting followed by prizes, games, snacks or desserts. At least two times a year we have a catered meal.
The meetings are held on the fourth Sunday of the month at 1:00 p.m. in our Parish Hall. We schedule at least one trip per month with lunch and other activities.
It is a great way to meet new friends and spend a fun afternoon together. All are welcome.
There is a small fee of $12 for dues.
Contact: Theresa Smith, 314-838-9794.
This committee is made up of individuals who are committed to maintaining and monitoring the maintenance and improvements of our parish campus as well as developing plans for major improvements.
They meet monthly to plan, discuss, design and budget all improvements in our buildings.
T.E.A.M. is a local food pantry that is supported by the churches in our area. Sacred Heart works together with our St. Vincent DePaul Society to provide donations throughout the year in order to assist T.E.A.M. as they provide food for many families in Florissant.
Donations are accepted weekly and sent to T.E.A.M. on a regular basis. There are baskets at the door of the church for food or monetary donations.
We have many opportunities to serve the parish as a volunteer. There is an ongoing need in many capacities to help in our parish. Examples include: church cleaning, school activities, room parenting, scouting programs, school picnic, Oktoberfest and many other activities throughout the year.
Volunteers are always welcome. Please contact the rectory at 314-837-3757, extension 224 for more information.