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Social Concerns Ministry

Food Pantry

The St. Cletus Food Pantry provides fresh and shelf-stable groceries, paper goods, and personal items to 100-150 families each week to help supplement their needs and ease their worries.  Volunteers needed in a variety of capacities from driving to grocery stores for donation pickups, helping with our Thursday evening distributions, collecting donations, sorting groceries, etc., Weekly distribution is on Thursday nights from 4:00-8:00. Volunteers needed Thursdays from 3:15-5:30 or 5:15-8:15pm. Sign up required.

Ages: Varies depending on activity. Thursday distribution volunteer’s 6th grade and up.

Contact: Kendall Grant

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The St. Cletus/St. John of the Cross/St. Francis Xavier Respect Life Ministry is committed to a culture of life: a world that joyfully sees God in every human person in all stages and in all conditions. We seek to encourage others to see the divine nature of all human life through prayer, education and charity. Contact or Kendall Grant

Interfaith Career Network

Area Respect Life Committee

Interfaith Career Network is dedicated to providing the following services to all in need:
Christian Fellowship and Support

  • Job Networking Opportunities

  • Career Skills Presentations

  • Resume Preparation and Critique

  • Interviewing Preparation and Techniques

Volunteer opportunities to participate in monthly meetings, quarterly Resume Reviews, or to occasionally conduct one hour practice interviews.  Learn more about ICN 
Contact: Kendall Grant and Judy Kennedy

Mission Ladies

An organization for making items for children and nursing homes.  We sew, knit, and crochet—dolls, lap robes, wheelchair bags, etc. Join us for our meetings every Wednesday, September though May from 9:15am-Noon in the Parish Center.   Time commitment: 2 ¼ hours per week.

Contact: Dolores Scaletta

Society of St. Vincent De Paul

A volunteer Catholic lay organization, who, in Christ’s name, service clients in our community with emergency assistance for necessities, including utilities, rent, food, medical prescriptions, eye care, gasoline cards, etc. Generally, volunteers go in pairs on home visits to ascertain the clients’ needs and to offer Christian encouragement and hope, as well as financial assistance.

Contact: Jim McLamore


Domestic Violence Outreach

Mission is to raise awareness of domestic violence in our community and to support victims and survivors of domestic violence.  Adults only.

Contact: Kendall Grant


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