We invite you to join us as we work together to create events and activities that bring the parish together to celebrate our faith. We are starting our Discernment period where we ask parishioners to reflect on this unique volunteer opportunity and apply for the open spots within our various commissions, councils, and boards. The Cathedral’s Parish Lay Leadership is organized into five different groups (see details below) to provide strategic direction for the parish and across spiritual, service and social programs and events for parishioners and visitors.
Each spring, we select a new group of leaders to replace those finishing their three-year term (two years for Young Adults). This is approximately one-third of our leadership team. We look for new leaders who can help us bring people to Christ; support our parishioners; deepen their faith and relationship with Christ; reach out to help those in need; build community and fellowship; and help the Cathedral be a strong and vibrant parish.
- Are you interested in feeding the hungry or bringing in speakers to discuss relevant topics connected to our faith?
- What type of time commitment are you able to give? We have a wide variety of opportunities to serve ranging from 15 minutes before and after Mass to a weekly commitment of a couple of hours – and many in between.
- Are you looking for a way to get involved and meet fellow Cathedral parishioners?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then please consider joining one of our many ministries. CLICK HERE to see where you can deepen your faith by becoming involved in our active, exciting parish. We have opportunities to join one of Holy Name Cathedral’s ministries where you can share your talents and time in a unique and special way.
Our Service Ministries focus on creating an environment in our parish community where responding to human concerns is a way of life. We work to enable parishioners to act as individuals and as a community to fulfill the social, ecumenical, inter-religious, and service missions of the parish. Our mission is to the needs of the poor and fragile, working toward assuring people become full participants in our Church, our greater community, and ensuring that the goals and objectives of the parish are achieved.