Catholics Returning Home
Catholics Returning Home acts as a bridge. It is a way for individuals or couples to meet privately with someone from the Church (other than a priest) with the goal of 'crossing' whatever obstacle might be present. The journey starts with a 'get to know you' session and further conversations are informal, quick, and personal.
The Co-Op Nursery is offered for children ages six months through three years during the 9:30am Mass. It is held in the Parish Activity Room (PAR), located below the school gym. Adult supervision is provided while the children play, listen to story books, or color.
Commission on Divine Worship
DAYBREAK Transitional Housing Ministry
EarthMatters exists to raise environmental awareness and promote environmental advocacy within our faith and local community by creating, encouraging, and enabling environmental education, and providing support and guidance for parish and personal sustainability initiatives.
Elementary Religious Formation (Grades 1-8)
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Extraordinary ministers of communion assist the priests and deacons (the “ordinary” ministers of communion) with the distribution of the Body and Blood of Christ. Initial and ongoing formation is provided.
High School Youth Ministry
High School Youth Ministry, IMPACT, stands for: Inspiring My Peers As Catholic Teens, and reflects our desire for God to have a maningful impact on our lives, and through our relationship with God, have an impact in the world and those around us.
Knights of Columbus
Marriage Preparation Program
PADS (Public Action to Deliver Shelter)
Pastoral Ministers of Care
Perpetual Adoration Chapel
Prayer Blanket Ministry
The Prayer Blanket Ministry is a ministry in which lap blankets are distributed to those who are seriously ill or undergoing surgery. The blankets are knitted, crochetedm quilted, or sewn by volunteers. They are blessed by a priest, prayed over by the St. Joan of Arc Rosary Group, tagged, wrapped, and distributed.
Pro Life Ministry
Pro Life Ministry
St. Joan of Arc Pro Life Ministry seeks to promote the Church’s “Gospel of Life” through prayer, political advocacy, social action and education.
Project Gabriel is a Christian-based network of volunteers who assist women and families facing crisis pregnancies. Members of this ministry meet individually with pregnant mothers who are referred to them.
- Readers proclaim the Scriptures at the Sunday Eucharist and other liturgical rites. In the absence of a deacon the readers also announce the Prayer of the Faithful. Initial and ongoing formation is provided as well as resources to assist in the preparation of their ministry.
Resource Center Volunteers
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Social Justice and Peace Committee
St Joan of Arc Health Ministry
St. Vincent de Paul
The Women's Ministry of St. Joan of Arc is a dynamic group of women who offer a variety of events throughout the year. These events provde the opportunity for all women in our community to nourish their Catholic faith, and to be a support for each other.