There is nothing small in the service of God.
-St. Francis de Sales
ALTAR SERVERS (ADULT)
Adult men and women of the parish who assist at daily Mass. Contact: Cheryl Martin, (610) 825-7107.
ALTAR SERVERS (YOUTH)
Grade School and High School boys and girls assist at weekend Masses, weddings and funerals. Contact: Deacon Mike Pascarella, (610) 715-9922.
ALTAR LINENS & VESTMENTS
Dedicated to cleaning, ironing, replacing and preparing items used in worship. Contact: Mary Sheehan, (610) 828-8103
BASKETBALL FOR MEN
Thursdays, 9-11pm in Grady Hall for pick-up basketball games. Contact: Ben Iacovetti, (215) 880-2791..
Extends condolences and prayers to grieving families and assists them with such practical needs. Contact: Joan Purcell, (610) 279-3221.
Boy Scouts is a youth program of character development and values-based leadership training. Contact: Michael Hajdak, (610) 420-8356 or email@example.com.
CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP
Tuesdays, at 8pm in the Parish Center to worship God in prayer, praise, and song that is led by the Holy Spirit. Contact: Joan Clifford, (610) 279-8320.
Fun, hands-on activities that promote character and leadership development. Contact: Joe Smallberger, (215) 699-1236 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assist by distributing Holy Communion at Mass or by bringing Holy Communion to the homebound or those in various facilities. Contact: Mary Sheehan, (610) 828-8103 or email@example.com.
The Finance Council advises the pastor on the temporal needs of the parish, and how they can be met through proper budget preparation, periodic review of income and expenses; also, by financial development and fund-raising activities. All members are appointed by the pastor. Contact the Parish Office, (610) 828-8634.
FOOD CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (SCRIP)
A church-based program that assists parishioner families with Catholic Education costs. Gift Card purchases (Giant, ShopRite, Kohl’s) can be made after all weekend Masses or at the Parish Office during business hours. Receipts can be turned into the Parish Office for a 5% credit for all Catholic educational programs, institutions or aid with our Holy Rosary Regional School subsidy costs. Contact JoAnn O’Connor, (610) 828-8634 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Knights are Catholic men, 18 years of age and older, committed to making their community a better place, while supporting their church. Contact: Frank McCreesh, (484) 362-7456 or email@example.com.
The Lector Ministry is dedicated to sharing the Word of God with our Parish Family at Sunday and special liturgies. Contact: Deacon Mike Pascarella, (610) 715-9922.
LEGION OF MARY
Members of this apostolate do door-to-door evangelization and visit homes within the parish and the Plymouth Nursing Home to see if there are any issues or concerns. The Legion meets Wednesday mornings in the Rectory Meeting Room. Contact: Anthony DeFelice Jr., (610) 828-8448.
LIGHTHOUSE MEDIA KIOSK
Multimedia resources on the Catholic Faith. Contact: Virginia Marks, (610) 745-8188.
The Music Ministry is composed of more than one hundred “musical” parishioners who participate in Adult, Teen, and Children’s choirs, and several quartets and instrumentalists who enhance parish liturgical celebrations. Contact: Connie Steuer, Music Director, (610) 291-4255 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PARISH LIFE COMMITTEE
Enrich and enhance parish life through events and discipleship. All levels of commitment and talents welcome. Contact Kevin Kozeniewski, email@example.com.
The Pre-Jordan program provides parents and godparents of children about to be baptized with a fuller understanding of Baptism, and affirms their own faith and responsibilities as their “child’s first and best teacher.” Contact: JoAnn O’Connor, (610) 828-8634 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM (REP)
REP (or CCD) provides systematic instruction of the Catholic faith to children of grades 1 to 7 Mondays, 6:20pm-8pm from September to May. Registratons begin in March. Contact: Linda DiCampli, Coordinator of Religious Education, (215) 367-5853 or email@example.com.
Parishioners interested in opening and closing the church, as well as arranging liturgical books, vestments, and other items necessary for the celebration of Mass. Contact: Cheryl Martin, (610) 825-7107 (please leave a message).
The Senior Citizens Groups of Holy Saviour and St. Helena Parishes welcome members from St. Paul and Epiphany Parishes to join their groups. Contact each parish for details.
SERVE OUR NEIGHBOR (SON)
The SON Committee has merged with our newly created St. Vincent de Paul group.
WALKING WITH PURPOSE
Women of the parish gather Thursdays, 7pm to connect with each other and grow in faith with the Walking with Purpose women’s bible study. The Young Women's group meets Wednesday, 6:30pm. Contact: Olivia Selinger, (215) 872-7716 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Youth Ministry program at Epiphany of Our Lord parish is dedicated to ministering to the youth of the parish in a fun setting. Two groups make up the program — Junior High Youth Group and High School Youth Group. Contact: Kevin Kozeniewski, email@example.com.
The Pastoral Council is a consultative body which advises the pastor in matters pertaining to the life and mission of the parish, assisting him in discerning, expressing and fulfilling the parish pastoral mission. The pastor presides over the council, which is composed of parishioners who are elected by the parish and who are appointed by the pastor. Contact the Parish Office, (610) 828-8634.
NOURISH FOR CAREGIVERS
Support group for those who are caring for a loved one. Meetings alternate between St. Rose of Lima Parish, North Wales and Epiphany. They take place on the third Wednesday of the month at 1:30pm. Contact: Mary Sheehan, (610) 828-8103 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers create and maintain altar flowers, set up and take down Christmas and Easter decorations and other holiday floral arrangements. Contact Nancy Anderson, (215) 264-5862.
Individuals counter the Sunday collections each week. Contact: JoAnn O'Connor, (610) 828-8634 or email@example.com.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL (SVDP)
Our conference is part of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, founded in 1833. With over 800,000 lay Catholic members in 150 countries, our main mission is to help our neighbors experiencing difficulties. In addition to providing personal services to those in need, we help fulfill our parish’s mission of serving the poor by organizing service activities, including an annual turkey dinner drive at Thanksgiving, a GIVING TREE at Christmas and running clothing and food collection drives.
We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm in the Rectory meeting room. Contact: Bud Yanak at firstname.lastname@example.org. All are welcome!
If you or someone you know needs help, email us at email@example.com or call (267) 627-4436. Briefly explain your situation.