Organizations
Parish School of Religion (PSR)

Parish School of Religion  (PSR),

PSR provides for the religious instruction of the youth of our parish.  Classes meet on Sunday before Mass for lessons from the "Blest Are We" book series and the Liturgy of The Word, then join the congregation for the Liturgy of The Eucharist.  Second Grade students receive preparation for First Reconciliation and First Communion.  Every other year, seventh and eighth grade students are prepared for Confirmation.  Teachers plan lessons from the book series; substitute teachers do not have to work them up on their own.  Teacher's Meetings are held monthly.

If you have a child to be enrolled or you desire to be PSR Teacher, contact Anne Linden 440-647-2912

 PSR Schedule for 2016-2017

PSR Schedule for 2017-2018

 

 
Scripture Study

This group plans and carries out programs of scripture study, talks, and other scripturally based spiritual offerings.  Members participate as planners, facilitators, worship/song leaders and hosts for refreshments.

If you are interested, please contact Joe and Sue Palmieri 440-774 1191.

 
Music Ministers

Traditionally, our Choir members sing at Saturday or Sunday Mass. 

 The music ministry has practice  once per week however attendance is not mandatory except for holiday preparation. 

There is also a Funeral Choir used for our funeral masses which occur.  Those who wish to sing at funeral Masses and are available on weekday mornings are encouraged to join the Funeral Choir.

             

Instrumentalists, under the direction of the music minister, accompany or lead the congregation in song at Masses and other liturgical celebrations.  Musicians must be able to read music, play from chord indications, or play well by ear and must attend choir rehearsals.

If you are interested in participating in any aspect of the music ministry, please contact our Music Director:  Carl Lee (440) 320-9138.

 
Sunshine Committee

This committee brings sunshine and hospitality to parishioners by matching strengths of the volunteers to the needs of parishioners.  The group may bring meals, shop for shut-ins, send greeting cards, or check on incapacitated parishioners.  As the group grows, its ministry may include visits to the sick, and visits to welcome new parishioners.

The contact person for this group is: Sue Kubicki 440-965-4666.

 
Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN)

As a part of Lorain County's IHN, Sacred Heart provides homeless families with overnight lodging and meals.  Our parish utilizes the Education Building to provide this service for a one-week period, four times per year.  Parishioners are asked to sign up to do any of the following:

-Prepare the Education Building for guests; -bring in meals; -host the dinners, or the evening activity period; -stay overnight; -take-down the facitlity at the end of the week; -do laundry for the parish's linens/towels and the like.

Volunteers who will be in contact with the guests are provided training.  All volunteers in contact with the guests are required to undergo a background check. 

For additional information, please contact: Sue and Jack Kubicki, 440-965-4666.

 
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