This ministry provides any person-to-person assistance that promotes human dignity and integrity. Members, called Vincentians, visit and offer support to those who contact the parish for assistance with food, finances, or other areas of social concern. As a reflection of the family of God, SVDP members are drawn from every ethnic and cultural background, age group, and economic level. They form small groups called “conferences” that meet regularly, pray together, and carry out their selected charitable works. Our conference is united in the worldwide movement of the St. Vincent de Paul Society by a common philosophy and mutual sharing.
What We Do:
- Advocacy for the poor
- Prayer support
- Community events and food drives
- Disaster relief
- Food pantry
- Home visits to the needy
- Indigent burial
- Nutritional education
- Thrift store
- Voice of the Poor
- Referrals to community resources
If you are in need of FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE or for access to our FOOD PANTRY please call the numbers.
To learn more about volunteering, call Ext 134. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed! Orientation and training are available.